The way to Make a Image Body Three Methods | DIY Woodworking

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I partnered with Minwax and JET to indicate the best way to make an image body Three other ways. I take advantage of the miter noticed, handheld router, desk noticed, and router desk. The talents go from DIY image frames to superior woodworking strategies on the router desk. You can also make straightforward image frames as Christmas items for this vacation season. #woodworking #DIY #pictureframes


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Christofix says:

Thanks for this instructive video Brad! This is really useful. I want to make frames for a long time but i did not know where to start. With your tips, such as those with the reference lines, it will be easier for me. I love your videos so I will continue following you, i'm a fan!

Franks DIY says:

Great explanation on how too

Gary A says:

+1 for Norm who was a pioneer.

Figments Made says:

This was a very helpful video! I think I'm going to try one or two of these!

hungrycolby says:

This was a great explanation of making frames! Thank you for sharing!

Danny Scobee says:

I haven’t found very many quality builds of a flag box. I’m trying to muddle through with bits a pieces of a couple builds I did see, but they aren’t explaining some of the details or techniques they used & struggling. Sizing of the box has been my biggest hurdle.
Now, there is a project suggestion.

StudioJLT says:

I think I like the subtle profile on frame 2 the best (just not the oak).

Fernando The Gamer says:

I want you to bild a wooden spoon

claudes04 says:

Thank you for the ideas, definitely like the router table way, design wise. There’s only a million different router bits out there, possibilities are endless

Jody Essick says:

Where do you buy your glass for your frames?

Fred McIntyre says:

Nice work Brad! 👍🏻👊🏻

Sebastopolmark says:

GREAT video Brad. I like that you show the finished project at the beginning of the video so we know what to expect throughout the process.

Jay Kepley says:

Nice! As always, good job Brad.

Simmu Borgir says:

you always simplify things…well done

dkab96 says:

This is incredibly convenient. I was planning on making one this weekend!

Chris Leyda says:

Could you or have you made a DIY Shadowbox video?

Randy Green says:

Thanks for this. I need to build a frame for around my meter box to dress it up. Glad for this video

Barry Roberts says:

Nice frames Brad, i'm thinking of making some frames using both a Spline Jig for those corners, and also my Trim Router that is on my Bench Top table or use it by hand.
Mine is a Makita one that has excellent dust collection that you attach a hose to, and i haven't had any probs with chips everywhere, must be a Rigid problem then.
Thanks for the ideas.
Barry (ENG)

Expedito Romero Alves Cabral says:

Muito bom esse vídeo Parabéns

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