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I just watched his shop tour.  I figured that it would be a good foundation when watching the other videos, you would have a sense of the flow.  Its a real fitting setting for the work he does, lots of old tools and machinery repairing old furniture.


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I've been watching his videos for several months now, I really like his logical problem solving methods, vector clamping, dowel extraction (and I've used this method several times), and his recreating missing or damaged pieces. I agree with @drzaius his videos are very well done and informative even if you have no desire to fix furniture for a living, he is full of interesting tricks that will work for fixing  or mending mistakes in new work.  

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