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A router for woodworking works by spinning by the power of an electric motor at a very high rate of speed, and it drives a cutting bit into the wood to create various effects and designs. See how a woodworking router works with instructions from an experienced carpenter and construction specialist in this free video on home repair. Expert: Mark Blocker Bio: Mark Blocker is a semi-retired ASE-certified master mechanic with more than 20 years of automotive experience. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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A wood router for detail work. Learn how to adjust the corner base a laminate trimmer in this free woodworking video from an expert carpenter. Expert: Slawek Hadziewicz Contact: www.designerwoodconcepts.com Bio: Slawomir “Slawek” Hadziewicz has worked for a wood shop since 1997. He owns his own wood shop in Clearwater, Florida called Designer Wood Concepts. Filmmaker: Adolph Ramirez

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THUD: Love is a Work in Progress



The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers perform this groundbreaking percussion piece on carpentry tools while constructing a table in concert.
Video Rating: 5 / 5



RECENTLY DUBBED “the closest thing to a living saint” by the Australian media, Louise L. Hay is also known as one of the founders of the self-help movement. Her first book, Heal Your Body, was published in 1976, long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body. Revised and expanded in 1988, this best-selling book introduced Louise’s concepts to people in 33 different countries and has been translated into 25 languages throughout the world. Through Louise’s healing techniques and positive philosophy, millions have learned how to create more of what they want in their lives, including more wellness in their bodies, minds, and spirits. Her own personal philosophy was forged from her tormented upbringing. Her childhood was unstable and impoverished, and her teen years were marked by abuse. Louise ran away from home and ended up in New York City, where she became a model and married a prosperous businessman. Although it appeared that her life had turned around, it was not until the marriage ended 14 years later that her healing really began. Louise started what would become her life’s work in New York City in 1970. She attended meetings at the Church of Religious Science and began training in the ministerial program. She became a popular speaker at the church, and soon found herself counseling clients. This work quickly blossomed into a full-time career. After several years, Louise compiled a reference guide detailing the mental causes of
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RECENTLY DUBBED “the closest thing to a living saint” by the Australian media, Louise L. Hay is also known as one of the founders of the self-help movement. Her first book, Heal Your Body, was published in 1976, long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body. Revised and expanded in 1988, this best-selling book introduced Louise’s concepts to people in 33 different countries and has been translated into 25 languages throughout the world. Through Louise’s healing techniques and positive philosophy, millions have learned how to create more of what they want in their lives, including more wellness in their bodies, minds, and spirits. Her own personal philosophy was forged from her tormented upbringing. Her childhood was unstable and impoverished, and her teen years were marked by abuse. Louise ran away from home and ended up in New York City, where she became a model and married a prosperous businessman. Although it appeared that her life had turned around, it was not until the marriage ended 14 years later that her healing really began. Louise started what would become her life’s work in New York City in 1970. She attended meetings at the Church of Religious Science and began training in the ministerial program. She became a popular speaker at the church, and soon found herself counseling clients. This work quickly blossomed into a full-time career. After several years, Louise compiled a reference guide detailing the mental causes of

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RECENTLY DUBBED “the closest thing to a living saint” by the Australian media, Louise L. Hay is also known as one of the founders of the self-help movement. Her first book, Heal Your Body, was published in 1976, long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body. Revised and expanded in 1988, this best-selling book introduced Louise’s concepts to people in 33 different countries and has been translated into 25 languages throughout the world. Through Louise’s healing techniques and positive philosophy, millions have learned how to create more of what they want in their lives, including more wellness in their bodies, minds, and spirits. Her own personal philosophy was forged from her tormented upbringing. Her childhood was unstable and impoverished, and her teen years were marked by abuse. Louise ran away from home and ended up in New York City, where she became a model and married a prosperous businessman. Although it appeared that her life had turned around, it was not until the marriage ended 14 years later that her healing really began. Louise started what would become her life’s work in New York City in 1970. She attended meetings at the Church of Religious Science and began training in the ministerial program. She became a popular speaker at the church, and soon found herself counseling clients. This work quickly blossomed into a full-time career. After several years, Louise compiled a reference guide detailing the mental causes of

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www.kregtool.com Gary Striegler is a second generation homebuilder with over 25 years of hands-on experience. Known all across the country for his use of time-proven techniques and beautiful home detailing, Gary is a strong advocate for anything that helps him get the job done faster, without sacrificing the strength and longevity of his work. Gary is the host of Kregs detailed Trim Carpentry DVD (from which these short clips were taken), which walks you through skills and strategies designed to speed your work and improve the quality of your finished product by building with Pocket-Screw Joinery. What Pocket-Holes let you do, is build better projects, faster, and really with less skill. -Gary Striegler
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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This is a how to video in making a zero tolerance throat plate for your table saw. This video is provided to you by Kent Perdue. Kent is an award winning woodworker and tool fanatic. He has won numerous awards for his work and is currently a resident artist at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in TN. He recieved a BFA in Woodworking and Furniture Design from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Laguna Tools believes that the finest machine will only work their best when outfitted with the proper tooling and the best blades. To suit your bandsaw type, we cover a wide variety of blades. Choosing the proper bandsaw blade will help increase your cut accuracy and speed up your work. For more information call 800.234.1976 or visit us at www.lagunatools.com.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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The Carpenter



A man finds strength through faith in a Father figure to deal with his assigned task in life. Synopsis A slave is made to put his tools to work, fashioning a cross, the typical form of torture and execution for a thousand years BC by the Romans and many other cultures. The painful tasks of this common carpenter (Dewayne Anderson), with a powerful music score (Jurgen Beck), combine for a compelling story, illustrating life, though unbearable at times, can be endured through faith in a father figure. Background Co-written by Erin & Collin Neal, and Don Wahl, “The Carpenter” is part of a trilogy examining works wherein creators later struggle with remorse and regret over there creations. Produced for the Faith vs. Faith Festival of Shorts, Seattle, Feb. 2012, “The Carpenter” brings out a perspective regarding the punishment of crucifixions many have never contemplated, yet the film also displays the enduring power of faith in the midst of darkness. The film locations were donated by R&M Paints Ranch in Roy, WA and the Double K Christian Retreat Center, in Easton, WA. Contrary to the desert feel we tried creating, the actors were in sub freezing temperature and snow throughout much of the shoots. Also starring Jesus (Soldier) and Cruz Marie Diaz (Mother) and their children, Josh, Veronica, Vivianna, DJ Anderson, Brent Waage, & Amber Waage.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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