Air Filter For The Small Workshop - Review and Testing The Thor Filtration TF470 (AKA MicroClene MC420)

In this video I review and test the Thor Filtration TF470 Air Filter, also/previously known as the MicroClene MC420.
I finally found an air filter designed for the small workshop.  
You can buy this machine at the following places:
Poolewood TF470: https://bit.ly/2nhNJsR current price: £189.59 or £213.59 with remote
Yandles MC420: https://bit.ly/2MbZZcy current price: £175.99 (not sure if remote is included)

Repairing & Restoring Dining Chairs

Recently I made a couple of desks as a commission for a client, and when I was delivering those to his home, he mentioned he had some solid beech dining chairs that were in need of repair.  There were 6 in total but initially I just took 4 of them away, and in this video I'm going to be showing how I repaired and re-finished them.
The main problem with these chairs, as you can see is that joints are loose, so the chairs had quite a bit of movement in them.  

Making A Plywood Bowl - Bowl Without A Lathe Challenge #BWALC

Bowl Without A Lathe Challenge Playlist: https://goo.gl/4zi5fQ
And how to draw a perfect hexagon video: https://goo.gl/Aq1igW
In this video I’ll be making a bowl for the “bowl without a lathe challenge” that I am hosting.

Making Two Signs - hand routing

In this video I'll be working on two sign projects.

VLOG 5 - What's New / Business Update / Recommended Viewing / Tool Talk (Thor TF470 Air Filtration)

In this video I talk about what's new (make a bowl without a lathe challenge, new oil wax product, new LED lighting and what I'm working on at the moment), business update (reducing hours at my day job and channel performance), recommended viewing and tool talk (Thor Filtration TF470, Air Quality Monitor, Dakota parallel clamps and Silverline saw horses).
 
Timings:
What's New 0:48
Business Update 4:11
Recommended Viewing 7:25
Tool Talk 9:50
 

How To Make A Beeswax & Oil Furniture Polish For Wood Finishing

In this video I’ll be demonstrating how I my own oil wax wood finishing product.
 
But first, I thought I'd explain why, as there were a few reasons
 
Firstly I’ve recently run out of Briwax which is a product that I use quite often as a finish, at least for items I make that don’t need a lot of protection from moisture.
 

Making Custom Desks (part 3 of 3) - Worktop, finishing, castors & keyboard shelf

Welcome to part 3 of the desk builds.  In the last video I made the drawer and drawer housing for the desk.
And in this one I'll be working on the desk top, the castors, adding a keyboard shelf and getting some glass for the desktop to protect the wood.
First I used my trim router to add a roundover to the top edges of the worktop
I then brought the worktop in to the workshop so that I could sand everything smooth and remove any burn marks left by the router.
I used my block plane just to ease over the bottom edges of the worktop

Making Custom Desks (part 2 of 3) - drawers and drawer housing

Welcome to part 2 of the desk build. The next job was to make the drawer and the drawer housing, and before cutting anything I first did a quick sketch just to get my head around the dimensions of everything.
This is the front elevation I'm drawing here, and the drawer needed to be 270mm in width.
The drawer runners I'd use are these bottom mount type, I've used these before for all my workshop drawers, they work well and are inexpensive.
Here's how they go together.

Making Custom Desks (part 1 of 3)

Peter Millard Clamping Square video: https://youtu.be/kf-jOFrWTXo
In this video I'm going to start working on a commission - this one came about thanks to my uncle who put my name forward to someone who wanted two custom desks built, one for each of his sons.
I got in touch and we discussed his requirements so I could start designing the desks - he wanted the desks 
to have some shelves and a single drawer for storage
something dismantleable so that it can be easily transported

Workshop Tricks & Tips

In this video I cover some workshop tips and tricks including clamps and clamping, sharpening the easy way, glue tips, water in the workshop and preventing rust.
 
Stanley Folding Marking Knife: https://amzn.to/2JQfPIr (Amazon UK) https://amzn.to/2sTmvvF (Amazon US)
 
How to make a leather strop video: https://goo.gl/BGmwQq
 

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