Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube
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Stumbled onto a Time-Life video of Shop Secrets that include Klaus showing how to cut pins-first dovetails, and Dunbar demonstrating rehabbing a Stanley smoother to plane curly maple. They provide interesting tips. The other two demos include power tools and are also interesting. Go here:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgG_SufjiJw
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  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
Nothing better than good ole fashioned instruction. If that video was done today, they would hyper-speed what they did so the video would be 3 minutes long. Thanks for sharing.

Mike
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#13
  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
There is no wondering who 'hyper-speed' is for..... Might be why I now understand Klaus' technique. Jeeze he even preaches pins-first.
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  Re: RE: Klaus and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (There is no wonderin...)
I'm pretty sure there's a copyright infringement there.

Probably won't be there long.
Everything is a prototype so its a one of a kind.
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  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
This would probably get more views if you spell their names out in the Subject (which I believe you can edit).  Usually, "Klaus" is a first name.  His last name ends with a "z".

Frank Klausz
Mike Dunbar
Still Learning,

Allan Hill
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  Re: RE: Klaus and Dunbar on YouTube by AHill (This would probably ...)
(12-10-2018, 05:05 PM)AHill Wrote: This would probably get more views if you spell their names out in the Subject (which I believe you can edit).  Usually, "Klaus" is a first name.  His last name ends with a "z".

Frank Klausz
Mike Dunbar

Oops! Thanks for the spelling correction. These gentlemen deserve the same deference we show Schwarz, Hack, and Becksvoort.
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  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
This has given me a lot of information that I truly needed. Thank you very much for sharing this video it's include tips and tricks! Now I'm ready to make some boxes...
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  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
Brilliant video, thanks for posting, I have taken a class at a college for dovetails but never got around to doing it, he has made it very easy to follow, I will definitely try this method.
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  Re: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by hbmcc (Stumbled onto a Time...)
Mike Dunbar put up videos demoing his Winsor Chair methods. Should still be around. Good stuff.
Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things. -- G. Carlin
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  Re: RE: Klausz and Dunbar on YouTube by Rob Young (Mike Dunbar put up v...)
(04-01-2020, 10:16 AM)Rob Young Wrote: Mike Dunbar put up videos demoing his Winsor Chair methods. Should still be around. Good stuff.

I have to confess I haven’t seen the Dunbar series.  That being said, for the very best Windsor series, treat yourself and check out Curtis Buchanan’s 52-part series on Windsor construction.  He take you from selecting a log to milk paint, all largely with hand tools.  Start here: 1. Get some logs
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