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In the Workshop With Charles Neil Making A Period Bed DVD

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Making A Period Bed DVD

Charles Neil covers the following steps in making a period bed. Bed post orientation, Laying out the Story, Laying out the mortise on the bed post, drilling the bed post for the bed bolt, calculating the length of the bed rails, making the tenon on the bed rail, bed rails, drilling the holes and embedding the bed bolt nut, Mortising the bed posts for the headboard and setting up the bed. Whether you're a beginner or a professional you'll enjoy the humor and experience that Charles brings to a variety of topics. Charles' DVD's present tough woodworking information and techniques in a very logical, down to earth fashion. Charles Neil has been building handcrafted furniture for 30 years and is a juried member of the Virginia Artisan's Association. He sells his work from his shop in New Market, VA as well as a gallery in Monument, CO. In addition, Charles is an accomplished instructor and his work has appeared in several publications.

  • Charles will guide you through the complete process for building a period bed
  • Each step laid out in order
  • Run time is 1 hour 59 minutes
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    3.0

    Crude but effective

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    • Informative
    • Original

    Cons

    • Poor Visual Effects

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    Comments about In the Workshop With Charles Neil Making A Period Bed DVD :

    Charles "gets the job done" in explaining how to make a period bed. The video quality is just is if my wife held a camcorder and filmed me talking about a subject. No special effects, poor close ups, and the dialogue is conversational. If the goal is to convey how to make a bed it is "bare bones, get the job done".

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