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Offline honeydokreg

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well just finished # 3  this one is on fluting !  enjoy


Making Built-Ins 3



Part 4:

Making Custom Built-ins 4


Part 5:  my customers house set up

Making Built-Ins Part 5 My Portable shop set up



Part 6a  is now up (had to make it part a and b as 10 minutes is limit on you tube

making built-ins part 6a



Part 6b is up and running
Making Custom Built-Ins by Kreg Kreg's custom Carpentry Part


part 7 arches

Making Custom Built-Ins by Kreg Part 7 Making Arch


Part 8 Inside the house

Making Custom Built-Ins by Kreg Kreg's Custom Carpentry Par



Part 9... you will all love this shows cab uppers all finished and a special part at the end... # 10 will be on face frames and doors but will be in about 1 week

Making Built-ins part 9 almost done

« Last Edit: 4 years ago at 11:49 PM by honeydokreg »
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Offline Steve-CO

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #1 on: 4 years ago at 12:58 AM »
 [thumbs up]  Very nice, great videos, thanks again for doing these.   [thumbs up]

Offline erock

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #2 on: 4 years ago at 06:44 AM »
Nice video!  Who makes the green tape?  It looks like it sticks good to the paint with out peeling it off.  I could use some tape like that with some projects.
Keep up the good work, both with the tools and the vids! [big grin]
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Offline BobKovacs

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #3 on: 4 years ago at 06:57 AM »
Nice video!  Who makes the green tape?  It looks like it sticks good to the paint with out peeling it off.  I could use some tape like that with some projects.

Looks like Frog Tape, which is carried at Lowes, but not at Home Depot.  HD had some kind of issue with 3M getting mad at them for carrying both products.

Offline honeydokreg

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #4 on: 4 years ago at 07:05 AM »
Yep frog tape is it! 
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Offline GhostFist

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #5 on: 4 years ago at 07:50 AM »
keep rockin Kreg!

Offline rookie08

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #6 on: 4 years ago at 08:58 AM »
Cup of coffee and a video by Kreg; what a great way to start my morning!   [big grin]

Nicely done!

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Re: making built-ins Part 3
« Reply #7 on: 4 years ago at 09:33 AM »
Great series, Kreg!  Keep them coming!   [big grin]
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Offline mikeneron

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #8 on: 4 years ago at 01:43 PM »
Have enjoyed watching your videos so far, keep up the good work.  In part 3 your glasses were doing a good job of protecting your hair  [tongue]

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #9 on: 4 years ago at 06:48 AM »
I just went in and added speech bubbles to all videos on the importance of wearing hearing and eye protection.  and I agree, and I usually always wear safety glasses, in this case I was thinking about what I was doing and going to say!

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Offline BigHonu

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #10 on: 4 years ago at 03:09 PM »
Keep the videos coming!  My wife watched the last one with me and said, "he looks like a fun guy!"


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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #11 on: 4 years ago at 04:22 PM »
Keep the videos coming!  My wife watched the last one with me and said, "he looks like a fun guy!"


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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #12 on: 4 years ago at 05:41 PM »
Kreg,
I'm liking the video series.  One thought on #3:  When the fence is set up for the outside flute, I just shoot down the opposite side of the board to complete both outside flutes, then adjust for the center run.  One less adjustment (saves time) and one less chance for a goof.

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #13 on: 4 years ago at 06:42 PM »
I did the lights in the last two just about like that., with the same dimmalbe set up.

I did take them apart though so the covers just screwed into the plywood.

Offline Kodi Crescent

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #14 on: 4 years ago at 09:46 PM »
Kreg - I'm glad you added safety glasses.  I don't do anything without them any longer.

One of the worst eye injuries I sustained was when trying to light a pilot light on a water heater.  I had opened the garage or something, and a gust of wind came up as I was lighting the pilot.  The gust of wind blew through the heater vent, and blew a tiny piece of rust or metal into my eye.  It became very difficult to see, and I had to go to the eye doctor to have it removed.  But that wasn't the worst part.  I had to go back to the eye doctor almost every day for at least two weeks so they could look at the tiny scar the metal produced, and try to pick out any remaining pieces, rust particles, etc.  Going to the eye doctor so frequently was such a hassle that I never want to experience it again.  I wear safety glasses for ANYTHING I do in the garage.

A question about the built ins - When you cut the parts, how square is square enough?

Offline WarnerConstCo.

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #15 on: 4 years ago at 10:19 PM »
The only two times I got steel in my eyes I was wearing safety glasses and a face shield.

I am only counting the times I had to have it drilled out.

Offline Dovetail65

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #16 on: 4 years ago at 11:03 PM »
Why are these posts all over the place and not in the same thread?

It's already tough to see them in order, in a year it really will be.  :)

At the very least link to the 1 @ 2 vids and back link as you go along, though that's still not as nice.;

I do think you may have added 4 here, maybe you can throw in 1 and 2?
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Offline ScotF

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #17 on: 4 years ago at 12:45 AM »
Keep up the videos, Kreg.  They are very well done and it looks like you are having fun with them.

Scot

Offline Robert

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #18 on: 4 years ago at 08:36 PM »
Great show! As an aspiring cabinet maker "for my garage" theyare great.

Offline Steve Rowe

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Re: making built-ins Part 3 and part 4 (just added 4)
« Reply #19 on: 4 years ago at 08:54 PM »
I am really enjoying this series, keep it going.  It is also cool that you have a tool named after you ;D.

Offline honeydokreg

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well I just added part 5 it is at the start of this thread.  it shows my set up at the customers house and really shows the value that festools adds to carpenters job sites !
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Offline Wood_Junkie

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Great, fun series Kreg!

I really like your red, white & blue Systainer, laying front and center.  Too bad that chump stepped in front of it and started blabbing!   [wink]

Whoever was on your camera for 3 & 4 did a great job.  Good framing, zooms in for details.  Really all around excellent walk-throughs.
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Thanks. Lol. Got the tanos systainer custom at the iwf show last august. Probably the one and only!  Yep that was good video. I have an editing program still trying to figure it out.
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Offline truck90278

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Kreg, being a novice, your videos are extremely helpful.  I was concerned that when using my Domino, I was having to tap the dominos in with a plastic hammer, evidentily that is the way they are supposed to be.  thanks again
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Offline John Bates

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Good to see the tips in action, you've had plenty of practice and make it look easy, I bet the outakes would be more my style!!
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Offline GhostFist

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Kreg i'd by you a beer just for the Clint ringtone. On a side note from your awesome vids, I just got "The Man With No Name Series" on Blu-ray and it's fricken fan fricken tastic. Highly recommended "fist Full Of Dollars, A Few Dollars more, The Good The Bad And The Ugly" haven't looked and sounded this good since their original release!

Back on topic I like your use of both the domino and the pocket holes for assembly. Fast and strong. the best of classic joinery reinforced with pocket holes. Thumbs up.

Oh ya tell me you'll make more of these, I'm hoping this isn't over.

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Hanks for the compliments!  Yep that was funny when my phone rang and it was right by the camera!  So I left in in !

Videos are not over I am taking it all the to the finish ! And the last video will be me cashing the check and heading to highland hardware and buying more festools !  Almost have every one they make then they come out with more!!!
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I was wondering when the home DVD box set would be coming out?  and does it come with a SYS2 or SYS3 carrying case?

Offline RL

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I am really enjoying the video series. Thanks!

Coincidentally, I have thew same Ennio Morricone ringtone on my phone, and it rang just as I was about to start a ski run last week. We were videoing it at the time, which made it appear really cool!
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Part 6a  is now up (had to make it part a and b as 10 minutes is limit on you tube

Kreg, thanks for sharing these. Needless to say, everyone's enjoying them. Just wanted to make a note that YouTube extended the limit to 15 minutes about 6 months ago to save you the effort of splitting videos.
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