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Woodworking – Designs in Wood Inlay – Custom Block Project & Skills Tutorial. This YouTube woodworking video is a how to project that shows how to make designs in wood. Learn how to cut 3/32″ wood veneers using the band saw cross cut sled. Designs in wood inlay like this woodworking project…
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20 Responses to “Woodworking – Designs in Wood Inlay – Custom Block Project & Skills Tutorial”

  1. AppJourneyman says:

    Thank you for your feedback.

  2. cadaveramatore says:

    Amazing tanks for sharing

  3. AppJourneyman says:

    120 grit sandpaper was used to clean off the excess glue and also the burrs that were on the stars. Keep improving & thanks for watching.

  4. Mark Feeley says:

    Thank You for helping me improve and advance my skills.
    Can you tell me what grit paper you use on star sections?
    Thank you kindly;

  5. AppJourneyman says:

    If your stars are not tight that could mean a couple things. 1.) accuracy of the cut. 2.) accuracy of the measurements, (make sure both sides of each segment are dead on equal.) 3. It could be the clamping at glue up. (use wire and pliers at each end of the block immediately after glue up.)

    Try again…My 2nd set of stars were much tighter because of clamping with wire & tightening with pliers.

    Check out my YouTube woodworking channel for more designs. There will be more in the future too.

  6. Mark Feeley says:

    my first stars weren’t as tight as yours, so i drill a hole in the center. Any other inlay designs?

  7. AppJourneyman says:

    Trust me, there was a time when I was asking the same question. Some things take time to get an understanding and a feel for. It also takes time for many of us to grow and develop our woodworking skills.

    The band saw is a highly undervalued power tool by many woodworkers. The table saw gets most of the attention for cutting in the woodworking shop. However, there are so many wonderful things that a woodworker can do with a band saw that cannot be done safely or well on a table saw. Try it out.

  8. Ack5100 says:

    Love your videos. I always watch but this my first comment. How do you keep your bandsaw so finely tuned? Thanks. Your craftsmanship is awesome.

  9. CT2507 says:

    your work speaks for itself… doesn’t need any kind of embellishment.

    am enjoying your videos a lot! i only started woodworking school 3 weeks ago. i hope one day i will be able to work at your level of skill with the same kind of patience.

  10. AppJourneyman says:

    well said.

  11. CT2507 says:

    for gods sake don’t fall for the temptation to put music to your videos!
    leave them as they are. they are excellent silent

    just a man and his band saw…yea…thats all the noise u need. ;)

  12. AppJourneyman says:

    One star at a time. Thanks very much.

  13. n8guy says:

    You have to be one of the most patient people in this world. Well done!

  14. AppJourneyman says:

    Let me know how they work out for you. Have fun with it.

  15. Joe Beckett says:

    Hey App man,great video,learned from watching you make wood inlays,that I can now make wood inlays for some of the products I make..
    Keep up the great work..

  16. MrLeonard55 says:


  17. AppJourneyman says:

    Yep. Perhaps you will agree that it is a lot less cutting when compared to making & cutting each star individually. Thanks for tuning in.

  18. AppJourneyman says:

    Thank you for the acknowledgement. It is greatly appreciated.

  19. TheSharamara says:

    Wonderful job, wonderful filming. You are the great example of craftsman who wants to share the experience and not just to keep it for himself. Quality of filming is very seldom on Youtube too – no words just an action, very best foreshortenings, good light installation – I can see you care not just to show the experience but and to do this in the best way. Thank you very much!

  20. MrLeonard55 says:

    That sure is a lot of cutting. Looks Great.

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