neuromanceru: "hello, my name is Steve, and I'm woodoholic" - ;-))
Kozure: Love your video it's simple, to the point, informative and really fun to
It's amazing what people will do to someone over the internet. And if
there's someone who deserve a table saw, it's you. Thanks for making all
the videos. :)
gregg stephens: nice work! enjoy your videos,, you explain things very well.. wish you
would explain the different types of bits and how you set up your router
Charles Bronson: I respect a man that builds below his talent to teach others his trade.
Steve your the man
Casey Clymore: That TV belongs in the Smithsonian.
Steve Ramsey: Build a simple shop cabinet
wen li loo: safe wood safe jungle safe earth
letspleigames: Steve Ramsey's commercial before a Steve Ramsey's video :D
xThexFactotumx: Nigga fku
dungeonlair: Cool video, thanks for sharing.
oldschoolman1: You are a man with a true talent. I love your videos and your attitude
while making them.
Shaun Savoury: It's amazing how smart you are and how easy you show it. Great job. :)
Vako m: Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I would love your opinion.
Have you thought about - Antonello Astonishing Woodwork Takeover (probably
on Google)? Ive heard some decent things about it and my BF produced the
most exceptional woodwork piece of art with it.
Juan Calder: That cabinet does not seem to be safe. The TV's weight could cause it to
fall to the front if it doest have the proper amount of weight inside.
Chew Manfoo: I'm wondering if anybody's ever used roller ball bearings (like these:
for drawers instead of buying drawer slides. Seems way cheaper - but I'm
wondering how they perform over several years of use (with no lubrication).
Julio Dias: muito bom, escelente
muniznick: Has your family attempted a stealth intervention for your wood hoarding, ha!
Excellent instructor, I for one has several thumbs on each hand.
TrapperJohn5719: Great video! Thanks!
Have you considered gluing narrow Formica strips to the top of the runners
and the bottoms of the drawer sides? WAY less friction.
carpentry.morocco: Build a Workbench
jessestrum: hi i had that problem, no more i,ve got a woodburner
Jimmy Mahogany: Could you do this without making the dados?
seanomore1: keep cutting :-)
Sage K: I LOOOOOVE your videos!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
George Wilson: HiSteve,
I find it great that people were so generous in heart to get together to
provide you with new circular saw bench. I must say, I would love to have a
circular saw like that, but I have no idea where I would put it. In
addition, it would have to be wheeled outside to get the space to use it
properly (my workshop measures 12ft by 8ft and will already have a lathe,
scrollsaw, bandsaw, as well as a bench mounted drill press. I am not sure
what else yet. I have not finalised the inside of my new shed yet!
I ended making a framework that was supported by "shop dogs" with a 1200mm
(4ft approx.) support in the shop dogs to support the cutting frame. This
had to go outside in order to cut sheet material for lining the shed after
installing insulation! Rainy days were an annoyance to progress and also to
my wife since I was using the back garden patio to put the cutting frame
on! Still, th shed is nearing completion now. It is all inside work.
Sealing seams and adding mouldings to make the places where the sheet
sections come together look a little nicer.
Thank you for your presentations; keep up the good work.
Mark Pikas: That's hording? you should see the cut off pile behind my table saw... I'd
need 3 or 4 of those to contain it (I wish I could post a pic)
tyler witt: i love ur work and ur truck
Gerardo Reyes: Congratulations Steve.
It is a great video.
Himanshu Sharma: man........u r awsome
ninh s: Great video!!! Liked and subscribed due to I do the same thing lol (hoard
Quick question is there any way to put drawer slides inside the dados (if
you made them wider of course) to make putting drawer sliders in easier??
Again great vid us wood hoarders have to stick together!!!!
Clax C.: You're videos are great! Keep up the great work!
Tanker Man: Steve do have the plans, and building material list for this storage
cabinet? I looked at other items you have posted, and the plans I am
seeking is not there.
You do such a great job with your presentations, they are not just
educational,but they also have a spark of your personality. Thank you.
Chilli P: Good job bro thats a nice cab, congrats on the new saw :)
Lloyd Elliott: THe straight edge that you use while cutting the boards while in the truck.
Where did you get it? What's it called. YEs I am a noob
Wiktor Bielecki: Awesome videos, you're the John Malkovich of furniture designers makers!
Dustin Norris: Where are the plans for this. I wanna build one.
nicyousuckk: This is supposed to be simple?
stp international: lol on the wood hoarder. classic.
DawgYankee: Another great vid, and as always, well explained, easy to follow and
bursting with personality. I got a big kick outta the wood hoarder
comment...I've gotten to where I don't throw away any scraps that are not
ripped up or damaged. I even save my sawdust to make my own wood filler.
Wife thinks I'm crazy!! LOL
Temp O'Rary: Sweet cabinet
johnny chimpo: respect to this guy 2:15 tought me how to cut a strait line with my skill
jjlwis: You're awesome! and deserve it! now where's that donation button!
Harry Paul Garcia: LOL, I'm a hoarder too, until I use the material.
Cayleigh Phillips: how much wood do u have
cwebsterlusk: Is it just me, or am I seeing Harbor Freight tools on your videos? If so, I
feel much better about my tool shopping lol
Jacob Benney: we are hear for you steve
Steve French: Cool man. I need to make around 4-6 of these for my shop. I've been needing
them for quite a while now so this video may have been the prod I needed to
get in gear. Here's to hoping!
CalBoomer1: Good for you Steve. PC is like the "Porshe" of wood working. You deserved
iSeize: Steve you're freakin hilarious, man.
Alan Webster: He used a dado blade in his table saw