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Wood carpentry videos in Spanish

All my videos of woodwork in Spanish ordered by themes. And also some DIY. They are all the videos of my channel of carpentry of wood in Spanish Enredando No Garaxe, in Youtube. Most have an entry in this blog with photos and more explanations. In addition, you also have a search engine to easily find the video you are looking for. And if you like my woodworking videos, thanks for stopping by my channel and subscribing 🙂

I needed to make a wooden bed for my drill lathe kit, otherwise I know I will never use the lathe. In this carpentry video we see how I was able to make the wooden board by gluing slats, some interesting tricks to cut with my jigsaw guides and also some interesting trick with the wood router and a straight cutter and the copy cutter with bearings. We can see how I use some of my joinery guides for jigsaw and router and how useful they are for cutting and working with wood. My portable guide with bearings so that the jigsaw blade does not bend when cutting wood: https://youtu.be/VuyVe_gTJjo The side guide for cutting wood with the jigsaw straight and very precisely: https://youtu.be/qO7_l6PqiLQ The front tightening screw that we see in the video: Part 1: https://youtu.be/KuZY5wB4bxA Part 2: https://youtu.be/CW1_sXGaag0 Parts of the video: 00:12 How to make the wooden board 02:48 Guide for straight and precise cuts with the jigsaw 05:06 Lowering with the milling machine 05:37 Using the copy cutter with the wood router 09:10 Trick with my portable jigsaw bearing guide 11:15 Install the carpenter's lathe kit on the wooden bench 12:36 Testing the wood lathe kit Here you can find Miguel Sanchez's channel related mainly to working with the wood lathe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyOE_zdEBv4UcK5a_a3Z6hA https: //enredandonogaraxe.club / jigsaw https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

I needed to make a wooden bed for my drill lathe kit, otherwise I know I will never use the lathe. In this carpentry video we see how I was able to make the wooden board by gluing slats, some interesting tricks to cut with my jigsaw guides and also some interesting trick with the wood router and a straight cutter and the copy cutter with bearings. We can see how I use some of my joinery guides for jigsaw and router and how useful they are for cutting and working with wood.

My portable guide with bearings so that the jigsaw blade does not bend when cutting wood:
https://youtu.be/VuyVe_gTJjo

The side guide for cutting wood with the jigsaw straight and very precisely:
https://youtu.be/qO7_l6PqiLQ

The front tightening screw that we see in the video:
Part 1: https://youtu.be/KuZY5wB4bxA
Part 2: https://youtu.be/CW1_sXGaag0

Video parts:
00:12 How to make the wooden board
02:48 Guide for straight and precise cuts with the jigsaw
05:06 Lowering with the milling machine
05:37 Using the copy cutter with the wood router
09:10 Trick with my portable jigsaw bearing guide
11:15 Install the carpenter's lathe kit on the wooden bench
12:36 Testing the wood lathe kit

Here you can find the channel of Miguel Sanchez related mainly to the work with the wood lathe:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyOE_zdEBv4UcK5a_a3Z6hA

https://enredandonogaraxe.club/caladora

https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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🔥 Wooden bench for carpenter's lathe kit

Is getting over a million views still considered viral video today? It is not clear to me, but in this compilation I show 5 videos from my YouTube channel that I uploaded last year and that have more than a million visits (and some many more). In addition, I take the opportunity to remember other carpentry videos of 2020 that I also find interesting. Below you can see all the videos in this compilation: V Guide to keep the cutting blade of the jigsaw vertical: https://youtu.be/VuyVe_gTJjo Guide for vertical cuts at 45 degrees: https://youtu.be/ zMT_nII99B8 V Rare curved wood joint: https://youtu.be/JuAL9CBYzLs How to easily put cup hinges on melamine furniture: https://youtu.be/zwCpnpYiTiU V Long dovetail joint with the milling machine: https : //youtu.be/L9idSulapG0 V Curious trick to cut wooden circles with the jigsaw: https://youtu.be/yFueKzzCetE Double axis guide to cut circles with the jigsaw: https: // youtu.be/V-gECvrw3ZQ V Miter joint with butterfly reinforcement: https://youtu.be/o76_hqHpkfU How to cut a perfect bevel with the jigsaw: https://youtu.be/I8gDD08lVFg Wooden rods in the milling table: https://youtu.be/BQAzrbzVq74 Fish mouth joint and screw on wooden rods: https://youtu.be/Jk-r9bPmMws Incredible old machine Pedal marquetry ua: https://youtu.be/bI8Glz1W3eY Unboxing and tricks to assemble workbenches: https://youtu.be/79NoltzgSFA Unboxing laser machine: https://youtu.be/e2dp6OZS3Cg Incredible drill accessories : https://youtu.be/PZffeif4rZo My DIY and woodworking blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club/

Is getting over a million views still considered viral video today? It is not clear to me, but in this compilation I show 5 videos from my YouTube channel that I uploaded last year and that have more than a million visits (and some many more). In addition, I take the opportunity to remember other 2020 carpentry videos that I also find interesting.

Below you can see all the videos in this compilation:

V Guide to keep the jigsaw blade vertical:
https://youtu.be/VuyVe_gTJjo

Guide for vertical cuts at 45 degrees:
https://youtu.be/zMT_nII99B8

V Rare Curved Wood Union:
https://youtu.be/JuAL9CBYzLs

How to easily put cup hinges on melamine furniture:
https://youtu.be/zwCpnpYiTiU

V Long dovetail joint with the router:
https://youtu.be/L9idSulapG0

V Curious trick to cut wooden circles with the jigsaw:
https://youtu.be/yFueKzzCetE

Double axis turning guide for cutting circles with the jigsaw:
https://youtu.be/V-gECvrw3ZQ

V Miter joint with butterfly reinforcement:
https://youtu.be/o76_hqHpkfU

How to cut a perfect bevel with the jigsaw:
https://youtu.be/I8gDD08lVFg

Wooden rods on the milling table:
https://youtu.be/BQAzrbzVq74

Fish mouth joint and screw on wooden rods:
https://youtu.be/Jk-r9bPmMws

Amazing old pedal marquetry machine:
https://youtu.be/bI8Glz1W3eY

Unboxing and tricks to set up workbenches:
https://youtu.be/79NoltzgSFA

Unboxing laser machine:
https://youtu.be/e2dp6OZS3Cg

Amazing Drill Accessories:
https://youtu.be/PZffeif4rZo

My DIY and Woodworking Blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

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5 viral videos + carpentry compilation 2020

Not every need needs a unique solution, but in this case I needed to make a clamping jaw for my workbench, to be used eventually as a carpenter's bench, which was easy to assemble and disassemble. And I wanted it to have some guides that hold the wooden clamp and that allow first to open it neither too much nor too little, and secondly to put the pieces of wood to be cut both vertically and horizontally. And I wanted to prevent those guides from going too far below the workbench tabletop as they could trip over the drawers that open on the other side. A few conditions that do not allow me to use other systems that I had already done previously. In the end I decided on a simple invention with some small wooden stocks with some metal clasps. This wooden gag is inspired by another that I made a long time ago: https://youtu.be/ApdFtAwmAWM also with the help of some metal carpenter's clamps. But in this case the work table does not have stringers but has drawers, so it was necessary to make changes in the design. The result I can say is quite satisfactory and will be very useful in my new home carpentry workshop. See also how to make a front vise that is tightened with a large metal vise: Part one, the vertical wooden press: https://youtu.be/KuZY5wB4bxA Part two, the system to keep the press parallel and vertical: https : //youtu.be/CW1_sXGaag0 Look where I got my old woodworking tools: https://youtu.be/c7bE_Xt6QMg All my homemade clamps and clamps: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7HSH01vBwsnXXGaQ3 You can also find manyDC other homemade carpentry tools on my channel and on my blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club / https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

Not every need needs a unique solution, but in this case I needed to make a clamping jaw for my workbench, to eventually use it as a carpenter's bench, which was easy to assemble and disassemble. And I wanted it to have some guides that hold the wooden clamp and that allow first to open it neither too much nor too little, and secondly to put the pieces of wood to cut both vertically and horizontally. And I wanted to prevent those guides from going too far below the workbench tabletop as they could trip over the drawers that open on the other side. A few conditions that do not allow me to use other systems that I had already done previously. In the end I decided on a simple invention with some small wooden stocks with some metal clasps.

This wooden gag is inspired by another one I made a long time ago:
https://youtu.be/ApdFtAwmAWM
also with the help of some metal carpenter's sergeants. But in this case the work table does not have stringers but has drawers, so it was necessary to make changes to the design. The result I can say is quite satisfactory and will be very useful in my new home carpentry workshop.

See also how to make a front vise that is tightened with a large metal vise:
Part one, the vertical wood press:
https://youtu.be/KuZY5wB4bxA
Part two, the system to keep the press parallel and vertical:
https://youtu.be/CW1_sXGaag0

See where I got my old woodworking tools:
https://youtu.be/c7bE_Xt6QMg

All my homemade sergeants and gags:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7HSH01vBws3XXOOYQ6DCn4G

You can also find many other homemade woodworking tools on my channel and on my blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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How to make a carpenter's bench clamp. Homemade bench vise

Buying tools at an antiques market is always an adventure and a purchase that we tend to mistrust. But older tools are usually of good quality and brand names. Another thing is that they can be very rusty or clearly damaged, but if we make a good selection, discarding the damaged tools and choosing those that can still be used, we can find real jewels for our home carpentry workshops. In this case, I am going to test three old carpenter's tools that I bought very cheaply at the Villareal antique market (Vila-real, in Castellón). In particular, I have an incredible quick-tightening sergeant, a nice carpenter's square, and a rib saw (all carpenter's hand tools), which although they saw better times can say that they can still do their job with solvency. What's more, these new quality tools are sold today at quite high prices (compared to the price of cheap tools, which in many cases are of very poor quality). The only downside when making these purchases to save money on our tools, is that we have to have a good eye and know how to see which ones can still be used for our work with wood, and which, although they attract our attention, are only good. as a decoration or as a curiosity. In addition, in this video we see a couple of carpenter's tips or tricks: 00:16 How to check the carpenter's square. Trick revealed. 01:29 Quick-clamping sergeant 02:27 How to cut a slat of wood with the hand saw See here how to make step by step some of my homemade carpenter sergeants: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7HSH01vBws3XXOOYQ6DCn4G Mi blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club / My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ My facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

Buying tools at an antiques market is always an adventure and a purchase that we tend to mistrust. But older tools are usually of good quality and brand names. Another thing is that they can be very rusty or clearly damaged, but if we make a good selection, discarding the damaged tools and choosing those that can still be used, we can find real jewels for our home carpentry workshops. In this case, I am going to test three old carpenter's tools that I bought very cheaply at the Villareal antique market (Vila-real, in Castellón). Specifically, I have an incredible quick-tightening sergeant, a nice carpenter's square, and a rib saw (all carpenter's hand tools), which although they saw better times can say that they can still do their job with solvency. What's more, these new quality tools are sold today at quite high prices (compared to the price of cheap tools, which in many cases are of very poor quality).
The only downside when making these purchases to save money on our tools, is that we have to have a good eye and know how to see which ones can still be used for our work with wood, and which, although they attract our attention, are only good. as a decoration or as a curiosity.

In addition, in this video we see a couple of carpenter tips or tricks:

00:16 How to check the carpenter's square. Trick revealed.
01:29 Rapid tightening sergeant
02:27 How to cut a piece of wood with the hand saw

See here how to do step by step some of my home carpenter sergeants:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7HSH01vBws3XXOOYQ6DCn4G

My blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

My Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

My Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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I test three rusty antique flea market tools

Woodworking and DIY tool brands no longer sell these drill tools and accessories. Before you could connect these vintage tools to your drill and thus have a jigsaw, a drill lathe, an emery or even a very useful fret saw among many other carpentry accessories. 00:45 Circular saw for drill. 01:08 Table saw. 01:58 Jigsaw. 02:38 Drill-actuated marquetry saw. 04:05 Angle grinder. 04:46 Orbital sander. 05:51 Drill lathe kit. 06:40 Emery for lathe and drill. 08:33 Disc sander for lathe. 09:46 Column drill with the lathe. Also later we see in more detail these vintage woodworking and DIY tools. For now I can tell you that I was very surprised by how well the fret saw cuts. This tool is reconverted from the jig machine by holding it inverted to the workbench and cuts using a marquetry hair. Cuts Much Better Than My Table Jigsaw: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7Hy8IM-zFqbLtnsCrjenG18 The drill lathe kit was also surprising, since another that I showed you years ago does not work well at all, but with this I have a wood lathe that works very well and that allows easy and fairly accurate turning of wood. As for the circular saw and table saw, the blades that they bring are old and are not very reliable, since they are surely more prone than modern cutting wheels to cause kickback or kickback. But even so, the table saw surprised me, since it is very easy to assemble but quite stable, it has its separating blade behind the cutting disc and incorporates a curious system for regulating the cutting height. But most of all, something I miss on many modern table saw, this drill table saw has a miter guide that slides with a very decent fit in the groove that runs parallel to the cutting disc. And it is that in modern saws that guide slides too easily. Check out how I made my homemade woodworking tools: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7GFDV3bjq2m6b4RUOm30uqQ The drill jigsaw is surely the most popular tool of this style, and in this case it comes with a guide for cutting circles. My article on the jigsaw on my DIY and woodworking blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club / jigsaw And the grinding wheel for the lathe works perfectly and has the advantage that once disassembled it is an accessory that takes up very little space. My blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

Woodworking and DIY tool brands no longer sell these drill tools and accessories. Before you could connect these vintage tools to your drill and thus have a jigsaw, a drill lathe, an emery or even a very useful fret saw among many other carpentry accessories.

00:45 Circular saw for drill.
01:08 Table saw.
01:58 Jigsaw.
02:38 Drill-actuated marquetry saw.
04:05 Angle grinder.
04:46 Orbital sander.
05:51 Drill lathe kit.
06:40 Emery for lathe and drill.
08:33 Disc sander for lathe.
09:46 Column drill with the lathe.

Also later we see in more detail these vintage woodworking and DIY tools. For now I can tell you that I was very surprised by how well the fret saw cuts. This tool is reconverted from the jig machine by holding it inverted to the workbench and cuts using a marquetry hair.

Cuts Much Better Than My Table Jigsaw:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7Hy8IM-zFqbLtnsCrjenG18

The drill lathe kit was also surprising, since another that I showed you years ago does not work well at all, but with this I have a wood lathe that works very well and that allows easy and fairly accurate turning of wood.

As for the circular saw and the table saw, the blades that they bring are old and are not very reliable, since they are surely more likely than modern cutting wheels to cause kickback or kickback.

But even so, the table saw surprised me, since it is very easy to assemble but quite stable, it has its separating blade behind the cutting disc and incorporates a curious system for regulating the cutting height. But most of all, something I miss on many modern table saw, this drill table saw has a miter guide that slides with a very decent fit in the groove that runs parallel to the cutting disc. And it is that in modern saws that guide slides too easily.

Check out how I made my homemade woodworking tools:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7GFDV3bjq2m6b4RUOm30uqQ

The drill jigsaw is surely the most popular tool of this style, and in this case it comes with a guide for cutting circles.

My article on the jigsaw on my DIY and woodworking blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/caladora

And the grinding wheel for the lathe works perfectly and has the advantage that once disassembled it is an accessory that takes up very little space.

My blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

My Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

My Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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🌡️ 10 Woodworking Tools for Drill That Are No Longer Sold

Cutting and engraving wood, and engraving glass and other materials are techniques that will help give an incredible touch to our DIY and DIY projects or other more professional projects. In this video I unbox the Beamo de Flux laser, as well as the rotary module for cylindrical pieces (for example to engrave glass glasses) and the Beam air filter, and we will see how easy it is to use this desktop laser technology to engrave our pieces of wood, glass and other materials. Come on, affordable technology to engrave wood at home or even for company projects or projects to sell. You can find this laser at: https://flux-bomedia.com/ (Promotion already finished. There you can apply the discount code DIYFLUX1 that will be active until May 31, 2021. Promotion already finished) The technology of this compact equipment The desktop uses a 30W CO2 laser and can make engravings with great precision, since, in addition to working similar to a cnc machine, the laser that is focused on the part to be engraved is 0,2mm in diameter (yes, it is more thin than human hair) and engrave with a layer depth of 0,05mm. In addition, the machine is already prepared to work with various materials, and so for example we can directly select to cut 5mm wood, or engrave wood, or engrave glass, or cut 3mm wood or other cutting operations or engravings in various materials for which it is already configured. And yet we can also adjust the machine ourselves as needed. But one of the characteristics that I like the most about this laser is that it has an internal camera that allows us to take a photo of the object that we are going to engrave and / or cut, and thus in the computer with the mouse we can drag the way we are going to engrave or cut just to the position in which we want on top of the object. You can also follow my projects in: My blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club / My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

Cutting and engraving wood, and engraving glass and other materials are techniques that will help give an incredible touch to our DIY and DIY projects or other more professional projects. In this video I unbox the Beamo de Flux laser, as well as the rotary module for cylindrical pieces (for example to engrave crystal glasses) and the Beam air filter, and we are going to see how easy it is to use this desktop laser technology to engrave our pieces of wood, glass and other materials. Come on, affordable technology for woodcutting at home or even for company projects or projects to sell.

You can find this laser in:
www.fluxlasers.es and there you can apply the discount code DIYFLUX1 that will be active until May 31, 2021.

The technology of this compact tabletop equipment uses a 30W CO2 laser and can make engravings with great precision, since, in addition to working similar to a cnc machine, the laser that is focused on the piece to be engraved has 0,2mm of diameter (yes, it is finer than human hair) and engrave with a layer depth of 0,05mm. In addition, the machine is already prepared to work with various materials, and so for example we can directly select to cut 5mm wood, or engrave wood, or engrave glass, or cut 3mm wood or other cutting operations or engravings in various materials for which it is already configured. And yet we can also adjust the machine ourselves as needed.

But one of the characteristics that I like the most about this laser is that it has an internal camera that allows us to take a photo of the object that we are going to engrave and / or cut, and thus in the computer with the mouse we can drag the way we are going to engrave or cut just to the position in which we want on top of the object.

You can also follow my projects in:

My blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

My Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

My Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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Unboxing 🔥 Flux Beamo laser and we tested this technology to cut and engrave wood

Having workbenches in our workshop is basic. And in my case it was important not only to have stable and spacious work tables where I could work, but I also needed furniture with drawers and doors that would help me have all my tools organized and at hand in my new carpentry and DIY workshop. . So in this video I show you the workbenches that Wolfcraft sent me, I do an unboxing so that we can see how these workshop furniture arrive when we buy them, and we see some tricks that I use to assemble these workbenches. I no longer knew how to order the workshop, and I also needed stable tables on which to start working on my new projects, so this furniture that Wolfcraft has just sent me comes in handy. And if you think that assembling this type of workshop furniture is complicated, you can see in the unboxing that not only do they send all the pieces of these cabinets well ordered and in their corresponding packages so that everything is located, but that the assembly manual has some Very detailed drawings and diagrams in which each part is seen in detail. You can find these Wolfcraft workbenches here: https://bit.ly/33FyiQU 00:37 Unboxing workbenches from Wolfcraft. 03:15 Tricks for mounting the side panels on the metal legs of the workbench. 06:54 How to assemble the sliding metal guides of the drawers. 09:40 How to assemble and screw the solid beech tabletop of the workshop bench. 11:50 How to raise the height of the Wolfcaft workbench. 12:17 Mobile trolley with wheels for the workshop. 12:30 How to assemble the metal frame of the Wolfcraft workshop cabinet with some tricks. 17:46 How to assemble the Wolfcraft drawers. Check out other videos sponsored by Wolfcraft here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7ET-iH8eRiH2Su-4QcWjRUp You can follow my projects in: My blog: https: //enredandonogaraxe.club/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/ My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

Having workbenches in our workshop is basic. And in my case it was important not only to have stable and spacious work tables where I could work, but I also needed furniture with drawers and doors that would help me have all my tools organized and at hand in my new carpentry and DIY workshop. . So in this video I show you the workbenches that Wolfcraft sent me, I do an unboxing so that we can see how these workshop furniture arrive when we buy them, and we see some tricks that I use to assemble these workbenches. I no longer knew how to organize the workshop, and I also needed stable tables on which to start working on my new projects, so this furniture that Wolfcraft has just sent me comes in handy. And if you think that assembling this type of workshop furniture is complicated, you can see in the unboxing that not only do they send all the pieces of these cabinets well ordered and in their corresponding packages so that everything is located, but that the assembly manual has some Very detailed drawings and diagrams in which each part is seen in detail.

You can find these Wolfcraft workbenches here:
https://bit.ly/33FyiQU

00:37 Unboxing workbenches from Wolfcraft.
03:15 Tricks for mounting the side panels on the metal legs of the workbench.
06:54 How to assemble the sliding metal guides of the drawers.
09:40 How to assemble and screw the solid beech tabletop of the workshop bench.
11:50 How to raise the height of the Wolfcaft workbench.
12:17 Mobile trolley with wheels for the workshop.
12:30 How to assemble the metal structure of the Wolfcraft workshop cabinet with some tricks.
17:46 How to assemble the Wolfcraft drawers.

Check out other videos sponsored by Wolfcraft here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HnwgbHqm7ET-iH8eRiH2Su-4QcWjRUp

You can follow my projects in:

My blog:
https://enredandonogaraxe.club/

My Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/enredandonogaraxe/

My Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Enredandonogaraxe/

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💪 Unboxing and TRICKS to set up a Wolfcraft workbench

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