Customer Dubby Projects
Nothing says as much about a product as the results it provides. This presentation shows pictures of projects built by our customers. Though not a word is spoken in this video, it says more than could ever be put in words.
Making Moldings for Compound Picture Frames
For most woodworkers, compound picture frames are a very hard project to complete. In this video, Jerry Cole of In-Line Industries demonstrates a simple technique in material preparation that will greatly simplify the process when the pieces for the frame are cut.
Building a Hexagon (6 sided) Picture Frame
Building a hexagon picture frame has never been easier! In this video, Jerry Cole of In-Line Industries demonstrates how to “get creative” when building this project. In this video, he shows how to apply the information in the “POLYGONS” book to build a hexagon picture frame “right to size” for a 8″ x 10″ picture.
Building a Heptagon (7 sided) Frame
Building a Heptagon (7 sided) Picture Frame would be an extremely difficult project for most woodworkers. In this video, Jerry Cole of In-Line Industries demonstrates how simple this project can be. Not only is the project cut perfectly the first time, it is also done to exactly the correct size by using the information in the “POLYGONS” book.
Cutting Pieces for Segmented Woodturning Projects
Building a Pentagon (5 sided) Frame
Building a simple rectangular picture frame can be quite a challenge for many woodworkers. As a result, most of them would not attempt more “creative” projects. In this video, Jerry Cole of In-Line Industries shows how simple it can be by building a 5 sided (Pentagon) frame in less than 10 minutes, and cuts it to a perfect size the first time.