STUNNING Fine Furniture With Basic Tools

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  1. Don’t you hate it when you are out in the park trying to relax and some woodworker is running a table saw! Just kidding David, great video!

    1. Hilarious. I visited my sister and made a table and bench for her. I heard her neighbors talking about, ” are they going to be doing this all day, ” I hope not”. Ha! Just one day people, never went back to build anything again.

  2. I personally would pick a track saw over a table saw if you don’t have a workshop. I’ve built all my workshop cabinets and furniture using it, plus a sander and drill

    1. Love it. In a previous video he said something like “Don’t worry, If you don’t have a CNC, use your laser” 😂

  3. Welcome back everyone! Since everyone loved our last video about using basic tools, we’ve decided to take this even further… Creating astonishing fine furniture using only our bare hands and the heat from friction!

    Now excuse me while I set up the time lapse, it’s going to take me a little while to rub through this tree…

  4. Man I needed this, I work in my shop on my porch, it’s 40 sq/ft and I needed to see I could make nice stuff like this.

    By the way Just so you know, Im a biker too
    Even wear a patch and even I’m right there with you in the bikes stuff.

    1. Hand saw, speed square, block plane, jewelers saw / coping saw.
      Table saw, jig saw, router all very much overkill. And you wouldn’t have had to build the sled 🙂

  5. I absolutely loooove this idea 🇨🇦
    I did the same thing for my trailer kitchen supports random holes and a ton of sanding

  6. Great concept. I have a workshop but seeing it done with limited tools and space is inspiring. Makes me think anything is possible!

  7. Somebody needs to do a series where you bring in some absolute beginner and coach them through a project. That way, other beginners can see what challenges we’ll face when building. And demonstrate just how much of an impact talent and expert Ave on the outcome. I’d watch.

    1. The “I Like To Make Stuff” channel has done some videos like that. Also the “John Malecki” channel has a series of Beginner vs Internediate vs Pro videos where they do a build-off.

  8. I love this idea! What a cool video series. Honestly I like all the different styles of videos. I enjoy seeing someone with thousands of dollars of really cool tools make things, but I also love seeing someone make things with the basics to show it can easily be done and that its obtainable for me. Another awesome video, as always.

  9. Great project, even if I’m not in love with the orange. I think it’s important to do projects where you keep the “Tool limit” under $2000, or projects that can be done on a weekend or two, because most of us do this as a hobby. I’m pretty excited to see what you can do!

  10. You piqued my interest about this build on the podcast, and the project turned out great! The SawStop/EcoFlow issue sucks, but glad it all worked out!

  11. OMG…..didn’t think I would like this week’s project but I came out so RAD……love it……and when you include “sand in the place where you live” that puts the icing on the cake. Well done my friend!

  12. Really beautiful piece, Dave! Fantastic work!!! 😃
    I don’t care where you work, just keep making cool stuff and sharing with us!
    Stay safe there with your family! 🖖😊

  13. Loved the video, I also like the in the shop ones. Would be cool to see you push the concept. Maybe at a beach, on top of a mountain. On a boat. All kinds of places!

  14. Your builds often look like what people in the past must have thought furniture would look like in the future

  15. Love the random holes with the forstner bit. Definitely going to try on my next project. Thanks!!!

  16. I think this is a really good idea. I’ve been woodworking in my driveway for decades. My one car garage is filled with too many tools to actually do anything inside. So, when I want to build it has to be outside (or, if I’m working on a jobsite that’s big enough I can work in there). So, I’m excited to see what you’re going to do outdoors.

  17. You are my favourite youtuber, and all I saw here is mastering expertise, I went jawdropping with that crosscut sled! I tried to make one so many times and I gave up because it was always out of square and stuff gone crazy.
    Anyway, the piece is looking awesome, I hanged tight till the end with one eye colse because my trypophobia was out of the scale with that cover!

    Keep posting the good stuff! ❤❤❤

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