Homemade Rockwell Blade Runner Jig Saw - Woodworking With Stumpy Nubs 23




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Adam Pierce: I think you should stick to the monologue and leave the woodworking to skilled carpenters! By the way, what country do you come from, your accent has a suspicious French twang?

Godwin Monserate: More talk...

peggyt1243: I kept advancing but still complaining at 6:00 mark.

Mas Narang: too much talking

Chris Wood: to fix your carving machine is to use square stock

Noël Jensen: wonder if its possible to make a moving insert plat that just slide whit the blade when Tilt / the blade to an angle :)

Richard Burgers: Sick of listening to the intro. Gave up after 3 minutes. 

Michael Crumpton: To get to the actual content, skip to 5:23

Andrew Teeluck: 6:45: Exactly what I'm looking for, thanks!  I just bought a bandsaw and found that I could see myself needing a scroll saw to avoid cutting in from outside.  This will work, though I'll be looking at building it with at least a 14" throat to match my bandsaw's.

Dusty Vallance: Hey mate,
I have just started to get into woodworking and have been watching a lot of youtube vids to learn heaps and get some ideas on what to build.  Your videos are good and find the informative but find your attempt a humour/comedy pretty poor.  I would stick to what you are good at and that is woodwork.
I know that you properly don't care too much about the opinion of a guy from down in Australia but thought I would share my thoughts.
Keep up the great woodworking

daniel blanco: Hablas DEMASIADO!

frehleycomet: Compared to Norm he never criticized other people like you just trashed your whole neighborhood. I watch your crap to see if you've changed your attitude but you obviously haven't. I will never subscribe to your channel and you are the idiot,

Alain Thys: comment trouver le système pour gardez la lame de scie sauteuse droite ces bien beau de montrer de loin

sagnash: The only tool in this video is Stumpy, himself. 

QUABLEDISTOCFICKLEPO: I've always felt that the jig saw was potentially a great tool that had been brought out before it was perfected, and I have looked for ways to make it more useful. I finally found a German firm that makes accessories for jig saws, and I was on the brink of buying them when I got their invoice prior to paying PayPal. It was over $200, so I dropped that idea and kept looking. I also found a plan which consisted of  drilling a hole in a platform and attaching a jig saw below it. That's what I'm going to do now, because that is one DIY project that I know I can do. Later? well when I gain more confidence, I might try building your solution. It looks great, but I doubt that I would be able to build it (diagrams would help). Incidentally, I can't be sure, but it looks like your rig provides a lip for using clamps secure the wood to the rig's table. I think that that by itself makes the jig saw more useful.

Thien Huynh: Why don't you cut something b4 buying your plan?

roon demahom: Excellent presentation. Explanation very short, sharp & straight to the point. Easy to follow up without a plan or a rough drawing or a blueprint. Very easy to understood theory & practical. I really enjoyed all your video clips. I liked your way of tutorial concept, slow & calm. Double thumbs up to you for your efforts & once again a big thank you for your very useful info & tips. That was truly impressive for me. You are one of Professor Genius Sir David Einstein of modern and advanced mechanical engineering. (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-)
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