Início Marcenaria Is this the world's sturdiest side table?MarcenariaIs this the world's sturdiest side table?Por Fernando de Miranda Lisbôa Júnior - 09/05/20194749Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print Build your own website with WIX ▻ https://www.wix.com/go/SteveRamsey Powered Up EARLY ACCESS ▻▻ http://powereduplaunch.com/ My new online … source ARTIGOS RELACIONADOSMais do autor Marcenaria❤ Ramsey Mows The Lawn MarcenariaMAKING WWMM: How I Make My Videos, From Project Design to Upload MarcenariaHardwood Salad Servers. Easy first bandsaw project. (Free cutting template.) 49 COMENTÁRIOSI love that you listened the crowd and went with a more advanced course 🙂 Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, what did you use to finish the table? (as you say the most important part of a project 😉 Faça login para deixar um comentárioI really enjoyed seeing you back on here Steve. I hope you will continue to post new projects. Faça login para deixar um comentárioNice to see you again. This will be great for my cabin. Faça login para deixar um comentárioi was waiting for microjig Faça login para deixar um comentárioSimple and useful, great project Faça login para deixar um comentárioGREAT haircut. Also lighting made you look 10 years younger in this video. You were glowing! Faça login para deixar um comentáriocant submit to your webpage and the plans didn't show up on the link ???? problems Faça login para deixar um comentárioWe're now in a two month drought here in Ireland! Send help! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve it would be nice for you and Wyatt do a skit of some sort while he is home. I really enjoy those videos you guys made before! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSteve, I miss the gripper intro, I guess your contract with them expired. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThank you for all the work and love. Faça login para deixar um comentárioI missed you videos man Faça login para deixar um comentárioPretty cool minimalistic yet classic-looking table. I'm curious: that thing you massaged into wood with a piece of cloth – was it polyurethane lacker, an oil varnish or a stain? I thought oil varnish can't be covered with lacker so I think it's a stain. Nevertheless, I'd be grateful if you could find a bit of time to explain that. Faça login para deixar um comentário3:25 Why would you want the glue to not dry? And how does packing tape accomplish that? Faça login para deixar um comentárioAnother great video, Steve! Faça login para deixar um comentárioi like the look of the simpler furniture Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat is the best wood glue you ever used? Faça login para deixar um comentárioHey just wanted to ask, I probably have much less experience than you but I know a thing or two about woodworking and was wondering how you are so sure about the durability of those glue joints when they are all end grain? my understanding is that if one of the two surfaces being glued are end grain it is an inherently weak joint Faça login para deixar um comentárioI love your video of the worlds sturdiest side table. I tried to check out the plans for the side table and when I clicked on the link all I got was a blank page. Please help. Would really love to see the plans for this build. Always Love your videos. Faça login para deixar um comentárioHello Mr. Ramsey. I found the plans for the sturdiest side table. I just did not look for it very hard. Thank you anyway. Keep doing videos. Faça login para deixar um comentárioOoo, you could use this as a breakfast in bed table too. Cute design. Faça login para deixar um comentárioif you where recommending a sertin brand of power tools what would u recommend for a beginning wood worker and the more experienced wood workers Faça login para deixar um comentárioexcelente trabajo Faça login para deixar um comentárioAt the 4:50 mark, the shadow from your camera with the sunlight behind it shows up on your workshop wall (and sometimes on you). It gives the production a nice home movie feel. I'm on the list for the next course. I can't wait for you to convince me to actually power up the router I bought six months ago! Faça login para deixar um comentárioWouldn't be stronger with some screws in it and not just glue seems it would to me but a great looking table Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve, Love your videos. You mentioned Sketch Up. Which version do you use…? and how useful have you found it to be for designing your projects..? Faça login para deixar um comentárioReally dig your sense of humor and no BS approach to explaining woodworking, keep up the good work Faça login para deixar um comentárioTg u for [email protected] Faça login para deixar um comentárioI remember your smaller workshop and flannel days, now almost 1 million subscribers. Truly outstanding. Faça login para deixar um comentárioLIES!!!!! I see more then 4 parts i see 9 parts. Faça login para deixar um comentárioI don't understand why I didn't get notified about this video… I watch all your videos, feverishly! Faça login para deixar um comentárioI want to see Steve use the polishing technique that he used on the chess board again Faça login para deixar um comentárioNo, no, no. Best meals? Portugal! Best weather? Portugal. Best wine? Portugal. Best beaches? Portugal. Believe me! Faça login para deixar um comentárioWill this powered up course be free? Faça login para deixar um comentárioI agree with featuring imperfections. I used a hole from a knot to route my keyboard and mouse cables through, in my desk. You can almost always find interesting ways to use things that seem bad at first. Faça login para deixar um comentárioA glue question… I'm thinking about using some angle iron as clamping cauls as they don't really warp and are strong but does wood glue like titebond or gorilla glue stick to metal? I have wax paper to use if necessary. Faça login para deixar um comentárioMiss microjig intro Faça login para deixar um comentárioHey great video, It's a struggle to get hold of dado blades in the UK because of the H&S involved. Can you recommend on what techniques to use instead. Thanks Faça login para deixar um comentárioHello from Rennes, France.Glad Wyatt liked the crèpes 😉 Faça login para deixar um comentárioThank you Steve, you're the best. Faça login para deixar um comentáriohey Steve I'm planning on making a 4 post bed but I'm not sure what type of wood to use I'm a very big guy 6'7'' 400+lbs I have done a little wood working but nothing that needed to hold weight over 100lbs I was thinking of 4×4 for the posts and cutting half lap joinery for the side rails do you think it would work I'd love to get your advice Faça login para deixar um comentáriowell…that wix advertising cost you a subscriber. As sad as it is, but they annoy so many people with their stupid ads, that more and more and more people get ad blockers. Now you promote them. Ciao Bello Faça login para deixar um comentárioWhat stain did he use? Faça login para deixar um comentárioI think I will try to make this, but I am going to use a 2 x 12 instead. What do you think? Faça login para deixar um comentárioI don’t know if it’s just me but your free plans won’t appear/load??? Faça login para deixar um comentárioHi Steve! Nice job! I've liked watch your videos and you very good woodworker and host)). Please tell me, what compositions are you using for finishing in this video? Faça login para deixar um comentáriothe link for the plans doesn't work Faça login para deixar um comentárioMy #1 take from my woodworking learning is "Buy clamps like they were going out of style"…You could have an awesome shop…but if you dont have 17 different heavy duty clamps, you wont get anything done :)) Faça login para deixar um comentárioVocê precisa fazer log in para comentar.