Timber Frame Shed – Making the Short Sills

This series of videos will be documenting the construction of an 8×10 Timber Frame shed, using only hand tools.

Part 1 shows the creation of the 2 short (8′) sill plates, and their tenons. The timbers are full-dimension 6×6, and as green as Ireland on March 17th!!

Rebuilding my tool shed – Part 5, making a tool wall

Tool wall part 1. Except for the panels on the wall, I used only scrapwood.
Prelude No. 17 by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/preludes/
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Making Wooden Well for garden [PLANS]

If you would like to download plans for this project, click the blue “JOIN” button next to the SUBSCRIBE button 🙂

We planned to change the well for a long time. As you can see on this video everything went according to our plan.

The well is very large, heavy and stable. We are very happy with the final result, it turned out better than we expected.
The use of Micaton tools was a great help for us. Definitely, every carpenter or person who likes to work in wood should have such a set as in the video.
Thank you Micaton for sponsoring this video and for the discount codes for you:

10% discount on Amazon with the code: POLAND10 https://amzn.to/2rNqPeX valid until 18 June

15% discount in the official Micaton store with the code: POLAND15 https://www.micaton.com/store/EN valid until 18 June

I would also like to thank Evolution for giving me the miter saw which I used in this video.
Model: Evolution 210 SMS

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