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30 × 50 House plan plinth beam and floor level above ground
This is the details of the plinth beam how much above the the plinth beam should be 1) plinth beam above ground level is 15" size 2) 3' above the 15" from the ground level 3) 3" damp proof course has been used that is the floor level this is the detailing about it
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DIY Homemade Driveway Drag Grader
Made a drag to level my driveway out of some scrap steel laying around. Worked rather well but I intend to add some wheels at the rear and an actuator to raise and lower the unit. It weighs about 100 lbs now. It could also be used to level landscape dirt. The longer it is the better at leveling it is.
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Laser Level Pro 4 Beam LED Light
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How to Build a Ground Level Deck
I have Lowes Coupons!!!! $20 off $100 / 10% off up to your total purchase of $5000.00 @ https://www.craigheffernan.com In this video we show you in detail how to build a deck close to the ground. It starts with removing a concrete pad and continues with digging the foundation holes, framing, decking boards, stairs and more. We hope you find this video helpful and good luck with your project. Craig Heffernan
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How To Build a Level Shed, tiny houses, barn foundation, platform by Jon Peters
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Home-by-Jon-Peters/312021729836 Website: http://jonpeters.com/ I'm building a new storage shed for my lawn mower and gardening tools. I've noticed that most sheds tend to rot from the bottom up and are often home to ground hogs and skunks. Because of these issues I'm taking a little more time and effort to prevent that from happening to this shed by building a solid base and level foundation. Hope you find this video helpful
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Woodworking, How To Flatten A Live Edge Slab
I have started work on some live edge wood furniture commissions for some clients. Feel free to follow along and see how things take shape. Woodworking Plans Page: http://samuraicarpenter.com/plans/ Samurai Fan Funding: http://samuraicarpenter.com/partner-with-the-samurai/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=754729
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How to Build Space-Saving Deck Benches for a Small Deck
IF your deck is small like this one, then maybe you could benefit from space saving Built in deck benches with side tables. Check out this wonderful tutorial and instructions on our blog http://www.remodelaholic.com/space-saving-deck-benches/ Thanks for watching! Don't forget to please like this video and subscribe to Remodelaholic for more upcoming videos! We usually post at least one new tutorial a week! We also have daily blog posts at www.remodelaholic.com Please also be sure to check out and follow us on our other social media channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/remodelaholic/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Remodelaholic/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Remodelaholic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Remodelaholic Google +: https://plus.google.com/+RemodelaholicBlog/posts
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HomemadeTine Leveling Harrow Fabrication
New home made Tine & Leveling harrow combo - ideal for tilling and leveling the seed bed. The main design concept is based on the original Tanco harrow with some alterations. - Working width: 3 metres - Hydraulic Leveling Bar - 3 rows of tines - Crumbler - semi quick attach Music: Fearless by Reaktor Productions
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DIY Workbench // Simple design from 2x4s
I wanted more work space for my garage shop, so I built a DIY workbench based on a design from Matthias Wandel. Matthias' Website: http://woodgears.ca Matthias' Workbench: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_xJD_aylYw SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/24sL6n7 PROJECTS, PLANS, AND POSTS http://www.brian-hilson.com SOME TOOLS I USE Buying through these links helps support my videos. Stanley Sharptooth Handsaw - http://amzn.to/1UdxunF Crown 10-inch Dovetail Saw - http://amzn.to/2b5w3vr Irwin Quick Grip Bar Clamp - http://amzn.to/2cRKoy5 Dewalt Corded Drill - http://amzn.to/1MROtOW Bosch Orbital Sander - http://amzn.to/1YTh07C Dewalt Circular Saw - http://amzn.to/29NX3LR Milwaukee Router - http://amzn.to/2b44Qpn Elmer's Wood Glue - http://amzn.to/24dQJV4 Music by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud
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Five Ways How To Build A Shed Floor – Design and Construction Ideas
http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/sheds/index.html Click on this link for more information about sheds, design and structural engineering videos. This video will provide you with five different methods you can use to frame or construct a shed floor. Try to avoid placing any lumber, even if it's treated on top of or in the soil, to avoid wood rot and expensive repairs in the future.
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DIY Fret Leveling Tools, Part 1
This is Part 1 of 2, discussing making your own leveling bars and notched straightedges. Part 2 shows the dressing files and radius blocks and other tools.
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Box Blade Leveling Dirt & Gravel Driveway! DIY Homemade Box Blade Build Part 4 of 4!
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Spreader Bars Levelling Bars SUIT Bobcat loaders
Spreader Bars Levelling Bars SUIT Bobcat SkidSteer loader. Track loaders A versatile inexpensive accessories for your 4 in 1 Bucket, Clamps into your 4 in 1 bucket.ideal for Landscaping, Earthmoving, Road works and leveling soils. Suit Skid Steer loaders. VISIT www.southerntool.com.au FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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Construction Steps of a house in India - 2
This video shows the construction procedure of a house from plinth beam level to Roof level The Location of this house is in kerala, India It includes- # Plan of column-35cmx21cm column # Steel reinforcement works of column (pillers) -6 no. of 12mm dia bars, -8mm dia stirrup at 15cm c/c distance, -Steel from below connected with new -steels and raised to required height. # Extra steels provide for connection with lintel,Paper pieces folded for easy identification after deshuttering # Setting out done - edges marked in cement sand paste # Starter(shoe) for proper arrangement of column shutter # Starter shutter removal # Column shutter -Made of woods or sheets -Made according to the shape of column. # Verticality check-Two wood pieces of eqaul dimension and rope with weight is used When woods comes parallel- It is vertical or using plumbbob. # Shutter fixing using supports and nails # Column concrete -Water the inside of formwork -cement slurry poured for good bondage -concrete mix poured using bowls -compacted using rod or vibrators # Column formwork removal - after 24 hours # Curing of column- atleast to 7 days. Preferably to 14 days # Different types of Architrave fixings -Wood door window frames, concrete door window frames etc # Termite proof materials and wood primers for wood frames # Steel primers for the steel of windows # Cleaning of place of activity # Mark the position were door frames comming # Rope laid through the frames and connected to block for good fixing # Verticality checked using plumbbob # All doorframes fixed. -To check level of doors - Levelling apparatus of small hose with water inside is used. # Hold fasts are fixed for connection with masonry # Masonry materials- Cement blocks , bricks, latterites etc. # Size of Latterite used- 33cm x 19cm x 21cm # Setting out, cleaning, watering # Cement mortar applied # Latterate laid with small gaps. -cement mortar filled in these Joints using trowel -applied on sides for good bondage # Levelling staff and plumb bob used for levelling # Masonry laid in stretcher bond pattern # Window frames placing, levelling, fixing # Space given for alamaras comming inside wall. # Ventilation fixing # Lintel with Thickness 15 cm Steel-4 no. of 8mm diametre bars with stirrrups # Steel in the column is taken out using chisel for connection with linel # Lintel formwork made -gaps between them are closed for leakage of slurry # Berth slab is also in connection with lintel # Concrete of lintel and berthslab # Laterite above lintel # Construction of Pargolas # Small spaces leaved above for air movement # Stair case -drawings- some are straight steps and some are round steps. -Rise-16.6cm -Thread-27.5cm -width-90cm # Positions marked according to plan - shutter made. # Cardboad pieces used for getting proper round shapes # This is stair case starting from first floor so we connect stair case steel to roof steels of ground storey # Concrete of staircase Metals used in it -Three by four inch (3/4) or one by two inch(1/2) or a mix of them # Jute bag laying for curing curing 21 days # Construction of retaining wall or Rcc walls -for withstanding load comming on one side of building # Roof beam and roof slab drawings # Form work of roof beam done first, then roof slab Material used-Jack and prob, woods, bamboo sticks, sheets etc # Gap between shutter sheets closed to prevent the leakage of slurry. # Steel placed above cover block -Tied using binding wires (MSW) # 20mm pipes laid -for passage of electrical wires # Fan hooks and boxes are laid -Pipe openings given to below after covering with insulation tape # Concrete mixing in the mixer # Concrete comming in RMC (ReadyMix Concrete) vehicle # Concrete placing, mechanical vibrator application # Measured wood (10cm is thickness of slab) used for correct thickness # Use of straight edge to struckoff excess concrete # Wooden floats used to embed course aggregate into it firmly # Use of trowel to smoothened it # Small bunds made for curing -Curing done to 21 days. # Remaining works are plumbing, Electrical works, plastering, and other interior works. Send your opinions and suggestions to my Email id smartconstructjj@gmail.com For reading commentry of the video, visit http://smartconstructjj.blogspot.com Thankyou. https://youtu.be/XaHpTvUfnfQ
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Grading Planer - Landplane Leveling Driveway Skid Steer Attachmentz
Makes leveling dirt and rock for driveways and yards a snap. Heavy duty design. Very easy to use. No moving parts means NO maintenance. 64" $1,050 72" $1,200 84" $1,350 www.skidsteerattachmentz.com
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How To... Create a Resource Histogram in Excel 2010
Learn how to create a simple resource histogram in Excel 2010. In this video we use an example of resources required for a Software development project.
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Solid Workbench - Cheap and Easy to Build
Plans can be found here http://paskmakes.com/plans/ A woodworking workbench is something I’ve needed for a long time. I’ve managed without one and I could continue that way but I’ve become tired of creative clamping to do the most simple clamping tasks. Also I need a bench that is solid, the bench I’m using now is on castors so I have to kick a wedge under them if I need the bench to remain still. The reason it has taken until now to build the workbench is I’ve always wanted to build my dream workbench which done properly would take a significant amount of time, which I never seem to find. That’s why I’ve decided to build this one out of plywood, it’s cheap and with the layered method of construction for the base it is very strong and was quick to assemble. There would be far more robust workbenches out there but this one shouldn’t be discounted, if you need a solid workbench that is cheap and easy to build this would be more than adequate for most peoples needs. Saying that, I will build my dream workbench, one day when the time is right. I am also thinking by building this bench I can figure out, over time what I like about it and what I may have done differently for when I do build my dream bench. There is more to come as I'm going to add a cabinet underneath with drawers and also a couple of vices. I haven't decided on the style of vices yet but I am planning on making them. I hope you enjoy the video and as always I'm happy to answer any questions. If you would like to support this channel you can do so here https://www.patreon.com/PaskMakes You can also help me out by purchasing one of my shirts, you can find them here https://paskmakes.threadless.com Check out my new website http://paskmakes.com/ Check out my Instagram to see more of my work https://www.instagram.com/paskmakes/ Also you can check out my photography at my website (nothing to do with making but you may be interested in what I do) http://www.neilpaskin.com My email can be found in the about section of this channel. For real mail, Pask Makes P.O BOX 768 Yandina Queensland 4561 Australia
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Construction Steps of a House in India
gooseBerry media presents..... This video is about: Step by step Construction of a building in Kerala, India It includes: # Detailed plan like architectural plan, structural plan, sections, drawings of beams, columns, foundations, measurements of rooms. # Model of the house - 3 storeyed building with cellar floor, ground floor and first floor. # Site clearance, uprooting trees, Site clean up, levelling soil, site videos. # Setting out of a building-using centre to centre distance plan, ropes, measuring tapes, cross staff, peg, plumb bob etc # Construction of house foundation: Setting out foundation, Marking of house foundation excavations, Excavation in construction (digging) using JCB, Hitachi 20, transporting vehicles like tipper, Mazda etc., cleaning by workers. # Column Footing construction: Footing with one column, Footing with 2 columns, Footing marking, Footing reinforcement. # Building Material and construction lectures: Cement bags- we used ordinary Portland cement Metal or coarse aggregate = 4 centimeters or one and half inch and 2 cm or three by four inch River sand or washed msand or fine aggregate. Aggregate grades, aggregate consumption. Water added in accordance with water cement ratio... water/cement ratio, w/c ratio # Concrete mixer fixed on the ground, Cement mixing, aggregate mixing, water mixing, mixed uniformly, mixer rotate, mixer unload to below plate sheet, Cement mix ratio. # Sprinkling of water before concrete. # Mix taken by workers using shovels and bowls. # Concrete is placed in excavations for base concrete. # Man enters excavation and spread the mix using hoe, up to the level, jammed well using jammer. # By this base concrete is completed. # The next structure is the reinforced cement concrete structure- RCC. # For that steel rods of different dimensions are arranged. 8 mm diameter tmt steel, 10 mm dia steel, 12 mm dia, 16 mm dia steel rods are used. # Reinforcement learning, Reinforcement detailing, Rcc beams and columns. # Steel cut using steel cutting machine # Steel mat preparation for rcc using 12 mm dia bars # Stirrup making= 8mm dia, steel bending, for connecting pillar steels, use of binding wires –msw, span of frameworks, spacing. # Cement sand paste applied on base concrete, marking above it on intersection of rope. # Points where steel framework rest marked using chalk. # Mat rest upon cover block or stones, Mat fixing. # Piller framework (column framework )= 12 mm dia steel rods with stirrups, with bottom legs. # It is accurately placed in marked points, legs are tied. Rcc is interconnected. # Formworks laid using sheets or woods, nails, hammers. # Verticality of pillar is checked using plumbob, fixed in position. Cross checked. # Concrete of RCC structure =RCC square or rectangular prism + RCC taper or trapezoidal prism 20 Centimetre Rcc square, 35 cm Rcc taper. # Concrete mix is placed, Mechanical vibrator is applied, and it helps in consolidating concrete. And settles firmly. # Levelled. Again concrete poured, uniformly spread using floats and trowels. Rcc completes. # This shape good for proper transmission of load. # Water Curing or watering of concrete – very important step prevents moisture loss, maintaining favourable temperature for hydration to occur in concrete, prevents surface cracking. # A small shoe is constructed above rcc taper. Shutter of the shoe is fixed and is concreted. # After that the formworks of small pillar is fixed and tightened on the shoe. # Small pillar is the pillar between Rcc trapezoid and the Beam belt. # Watered properly, concrete poured, compacted very well using rods. # On next day formwork is removed. # Level ground, soil movement from and to land, soil jammed. # Cement sand paste applied on place of upcoming plinth beam # Plinth beam construction # Steel framework of plinth beam = 3 no. of 16mm dia bar at top, 3 number of 16mm dia @ bottom, stirrups 18cm c/c distance. It is 30cm x21cm beam # It rest on cover block, formwork is made, verticality of formwork checked, watered well, concreted. # Vibration for good settlement, levelled using float. Completes. # laid steels for upcoming pillars and retaining wall. # Woks completed up to plinth beam level. # This House construction video also includes, house construction techniques, buildings structures, house building tips, house building ideas etc. Send your opinions and suggestions to my email id: smartconstructjj@gmail.com Work in progress will be updated. Thank you.
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Bottle Cap Bar Top Tutorial
How to build a bottle cap bar top and a bottle cap table top with epoxy resin. UltraClear Epoxy is the #1 Epoxy Coating for Bar Tops, Countertops & Table Tops. Our extremely durable epoxy has a crystal-clear transparent finish that never yellows, fades or cracks. See why over 50,000 people and some of the most respected companies trust UltraClear Epoxy. Order UltraClear Epoxy: http://www.bestbartopepoxy.com/epoxy/ View Other Projects: http://www.bestbartopepoxy.com/tutorial-videos/ Read Testimonials: http://www.bestbartopepoxy.com/testimonials/ Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BarTopEpoxy/
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How to Build a Raised Deck with Wickes
A partly or fully raised deck can be a great addition to any garden, especially if the ground is sloping or uneven. Learn how to build a raised deck with this step by step guide from our Wickes experts. Subscribe to the Wickes YouTube channel here: http://po.st/YijIE1 For more Wickes garden and landscaping videos click here: http://po.st/jAXyHE Planning The key to a successful deck is in the planning. Avoid very wet areas completely and if the deck is in a shady area be prepared to treat and clean the wood annually. Draw your deck to scale on paper as accurately as you can, remember it's the deck boarding that governs the size of the deck. You should also bear in mind that any deck over 300mm off the ground will require planning permission. Corner Posts When digging the holes for your corner posts be sure to look out for any cables or pipes as you go. Once the soil is removed you should be left with a 300mm x 300mm square to a depth of 700mm for each post. Make sure you add a section of concrete block to each hole before adding in the post and Postcrete. Outer Frame If your deck is on a slope, start with corner where the deck is highest off the ground and mark on the post where the highest part of the frame will be. To ensure rain water runs off your deck, and away from the house, allow for a slight fall in the level of the deck frame by factoring in a fall of 2mm for every metre. Centre post and Support Joists Your support joists should run in the same direction as your deck boards. Sandwich the centre post between two support joists before securing with Postcrete. Trim your post by using a setsquare and a handsaw making sure you treat the cut ends as you go. When laying your landscape fabric it's best to overlap the fabric to ensure it covers all of the area under your deck. Steps Your steps should be supported on solid and level ground. When building your stairs you will also need to make sure they are flush with both the top and side of your frame. When securing your deck boards to the steps, always secure the front faces of the steps first. Deck Boards When securing deck boards we'd recommend drilling all fixing points with a 2mm bit to prevent them from splitting, also, if you countersink all drilled fixing points you will get a smoother finish. Keep spaces even between adjacent boards by using a spacer from an off cut of timber (we'd recommend a gap of 5-8mm to allow the timber to expand and contract). Fascia Boards Start by attaching all the boards that do not need to be cut down, with 64mm screws. If you are adding an angled board because the decking is being built on a slope you will need to add packers to the deck frame. Remember to also leave a gap of at least 5mm between the board and the ground as you do not want it touching the ground at any point. Shop Wickes timber & decking here: http://po.st/g2MrrC Shop power tools at Wickes here: http://po.st/ClXSl7 Learn how to assemble deck railings on YouTube here: http://po.st/ZicwVL For more advice on how to lay a deck visit our website here: http://www.wickes.co.uk/how-to-guides/lay-a-deck For more information and advice on gardens and landscaping visit the Wickes website here: http://www.wickes.co.uk/garden Wickes Website: http://www.wickes.co.uk/ Wickes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wickes.co.uk Wickes Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wickes Wickes YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/wickesvideo If you'd like to find out more from Wickes, the order line number is 0330 123 4123
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Homemade Drag grader
This is the first test of my homemade drag grader. It's built from 3"x1.5" Channel Iron. It has 2 4' angled blades and a retractable Rake. the skids are 6' long. The tongue pins up to allow for towing over lawns or to and from the work site. I will be adding some baskets for additional weight on the front and middle of the drag. Over all it was a very successful test. Took about 20-30 minutes to grade approximately 1/8 of a mile and another 10-15 to recompact the road with the truck. I'm going to add an ajustment handle for the front screw jack that brings it out to the side of the drag making it easier to adjust the depth of the rake.
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Plain Cement Concrete I PCC I PCC for Floor & Road I How to do PCC work I On site Construction
This video shows preparation, laying and curing of Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) on construction site. PCC is a construction material generally used as a binding materials and is composed of cement, (commonly Portland Cement) and other cementitious materials such as fly ash and slag cement, aggregate (generally a coarse aggregate made of gravels or crushed rocks such as limestone or granite, plus a fine aggregate such as sand), water, and chemical admixtures. II Specifications for Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) II II Materials Specifications II Aggregate shall be of invert materials and should be clean, dense, hard, sound, durable, non-absorbent and capable of developing good bond with mortar. Coarse aggregate shall be of hard broken stone of granite or similar stone, free from dust, dirt and other foreign matters. The stone ballast shall be of 20mm size and smaller. All the coarse material should be retained in a 5mm square mesh and should be well graded such that the voids do not exceed 42%. Fine aggregate shall be of coarse sand consisting of hard, sharp and angular grains and shall pass through a screen of 5mm square mesh. Sand shall be of standard specifications, clean and free from dust, dirt and organic matter. Sea sand shall not be used. Cement shall be fresh Portland cement of standard ISI specifications and shall have the required tensile and compressive stresses and fineness. Water shall be clean and free from alkaline and acid matters and suitable for drinking purposes. II Proportion Specifications II 1:2:4 (cement : sand : stone ballast) by volume when specified. Minimum compressive strength of concrete of 1:2:4 proportion shall be 140 kg/cm2 in 7 days. II Hand mixing II Mixing shall be done on masonry platform or sheet iron tray. II Machine mixing II Stone ballast, sand and cement shall be put into cement concrete mixer to have the required proportions. II Slump II Regular slump test should be carried out to control the addition of water and to maintain the required consistency. A slump of 7.5cm to 10cm may be allowed for building work. II Laying Technique II Concrete shall be laid gently (not thrown) in layers not exceeding 15cm and compacted by pinning with rods and tamping with wooden tampers or with mechanical vibrating machine until a dense concrete is obtained. II Curing Method II After about two hours of laying of concrete, when the concrete has begun to harden, it shall be kept damp by covering with wet gunny bags or wet sand for 24 hours. ===================================================== Share, Support & Subscribe..!! If you enjoyed this video..., please LIKE, SHARE and make your valuable COMMENT on my videos. Also, give SUGGESTIONS for next videos that you want from my side..., I really appreciate it..., as I plan to make videos every week. ===================================================== Connect with me..!! ■ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/DrChiragNPatel ■ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cnpatel693 ■ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DrChiragNPatel ■ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+DrChiragNPatel ■ Email: cnpatel.693@gmail.com ===================================================== About..!! Dr. Chirag N. Patel is a YouTube Channel, where you will find videos based on various engineering technology, as well as lectures related to civil engineering discipline and many more…, New Video is Posted in very short time frame.
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Working Drawings Used In Building Construction - Types Of Drawing - Urdu/Hindi
Hello Everyone In This Video I Am Going To Show You Working Drawings Used In Building Construction & Types Of Drawing In Urdu/Hindi. So Keep Watching The Video:::: Thanks You Also Check The Videos...... Civil Engineering Conversion Factors :: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KMpeORKdaI Successful Civil Engineer :::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QetMdJkg3Fk Civil Engineering Basic Concept ::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaEMLhr-DBI Civil Engineering Interview Question::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y94c0imhwMg Civil Engineering Basic Knowladge ::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7O92dMXwuM So Guys SUBSCRIBE My Channel For More Updates & Also Like The Videos and Share With Youre Friends. Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/civilengineeringworld1 Facebooke Page : https://www.facebook.com/Civil-Study-... Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101650490... Official Website : In This Video I'm going to Cover.... Working Drawings Used In Building Construction Drawings Used In Building Construction Building Construction Working Drawings Used In Building Construction - Urdu/Hindi Types Of Drawing Click To SUBSCRIBE Us :::: https://www.youtube.com/CivilStudy
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How to read plinth beam drawing at Site?? Hindi
Hello Friends, People who lives in Indore or near Indore location, please comment your name and email id in the comment box. In this series I'm showing you how to read / Study plinth beam drawing. How to read structure drawing? Beam cross section Reinforcement arrangement. If any type of Question regarding this video or event please comment. Thank you for watching. Social Media Facebook- www.facebook.com/tutorialstips Blogspot- https://civiltutorialtips.blogspot.in/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/civiltutorialtips/ YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0hxQsZ19PumeKr7xxFI-SA Thank you Please Subscribe my Channel
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Floating Concrete Slab DIY Rebar
I this video I'm showing a small 23x23 floating concrete slab I built, this is just a DIY, the slab has a permit and passed inspection. I am building the garage in an area where the lake is very close this type of slab is ideal, footings are difficult to make because of high water table. 13 meters of concrete used 32mpa.
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5.1 VIEWS // LEVELS & FLOOR PLANS. [Revit Architecture 2011]
how to add levels in your revit architecture project and how to reference a floor plan to a copied level made by the UQ School of Architecture
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Build a bench top with 2x4's
Build a heavy duty bench top from some 2x4's to give you a nice sturdy place to work on all you projects. Music: Youtube audio Library Old_Friend, Sawdust, Succotash, Sleepy_Jake Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rabbitwoodworkshop Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rabbitwoodworkshop Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RabbitWoodWorkshop Website: http://www.rabbitwood.net
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How to Build a Deck, Part 3: Building and Setting Deck Posts and Footings
There are various methods of how to set deck posts and footings which typically consists of digging below the frost line and setting posts on concrete. For these steps you will need an earth auger, post hole digger and spud bar, shovel, tape measurer, utility knife, landscape fabric, gravel, concrete, wheelbarrow, mortar hoe, a water source, deck posts and a post level. To dig posts holes either use a shovel, a post hole digger and spud bar or an auger. An auger will make this task a lot easier, but it does require some strength. Use a shovel to get rid of the excess dirt. Once you have reached the depth required by code move onto the next hole. Lay out the landscape fabric. Cut the areas for the holes, and you're ready to set the posts. Make sure your posts are long enough to reach the proper height once they are set in the ground. Mix your concrete and scoop it into the hole. Use a small post to mix the concrete, eliminating air pockets to ensure it's level. When the concrete is set, place the post in the footing and make sure it is level and against the marked line. Fill the hole with gravel. Once all the posts are filled, spread the gravel out on the fabric. Let the concrete dry for several days to ensure that the footings are strong. Attach the beams that will support the decking. You will need beams, a square, chalk line and line level, circular saw, drill with bits, a 2'x4', a 3lb hammer, carriage bolts, washers and nuts, socket wrench and sockets, screws or nails, clamps and a reciprocating saw. Use carriage bolts to secure the beams to the posts. Next use the line you drew against the house in the previous video to mark a chalk line against your posts. Use a level to make sure the lines are even. Do this to all posts. Next measure down the width of the beam to make a mark where you will attach cleats. Use a 2'x4' where you will set the posts, and attach with nails or screws. Cut your beams to length. Make sure that the crown side is up as you attach the beams to the posts. Clamp the beams if you need to, drill the bolt holes, hammer in the bolts and tighten. Now cut the posts to length. With the foundation set, we are now ready to start framing. Watch part 4 of Lowe's How to Build a Deck series here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPOLcSDYJIU Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes
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How To Install A Tile Counter Top
Build article: https://ibuildit.ca/projects/installing-tile-countertop/ I decided to order the epoxy grout and should have it in about a week. In the meantime, I'll get started on the floor tiles. This is part of my complete kitchen build and I'm making regular posts on the progress as it happens the website forum: http://www.ibuildit.ca/ibuildit-forum/viewtopic.php?id=351 Details on the kitchen in my last house: http://www.ibuildit.ca/other%20projects/Home%20Improvement/kitchen-reno-1.html If you like these videos and build articles, you can help to support their creation by pledging a small amount on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=865843&ty=h You'll have access to exclusive videos and can watch regular release videos a day ahead for as little as $1 per month.
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Mega Workbench - How to Make a Woodworking Bench
MORE PROJECT AND TIPS: http://makebuildmodify.com/ In this video: How I made a MEGA workbench out of reclaimed wood. I remodeled an old barn last summer. While demolishing the interior I had a chance to recover some of the old lumber. I stored it for a few months until I had time to build this woodworking bench. It weighs over 850 pounds and required 600 screws, 1 ½ gallons of wood glue, 44 9’x2”x6” Douglas fir, and about 40 hours to build I hope I cover enough detail in this video to be helpful. Thanks for watching! (affiliate links) - These help fund the videos at no extra cost to you. TOOL LIST: Measuring and marking: Tap measure ----------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2ddgDDW Swanson Speed Square ------------------------ http://amzn.to/2eE8BqC Framing square ------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2e0b7IT Mechanical Pencil --------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2dB6X71 Sharpie Marker -------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2edfD5H Fastening: 3M blue tape ----------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2e0aHSG Wood glue --------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2dQSbsU Wood Screws ---------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2lubzP7 Bar Clamp, 48-inch -------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2kxQTrW Cutting and drilling Short Blade 3-Piece Wood Chisel Set --- http://amzn.to/2jJf4oB Skilsaw -------------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2bSiCAK Hand saw ---------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2dU5WdN Japanese woodworking Hand Saw ------ http://amzn.to/2dqe2Mg Table saw --------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2dQSrs1 Chop saw ---------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2dItFyf Milwaukee Drill -------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2cOGXaH High-Speed Steel Drill Bits -------------------- http://amzn.to/2c9pX0k Utility knife -------------------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2cgK4Hn Fortsner bits ------------------------------------------ http://amzn.to/2dtXYFE Hammers: Framing Hammer with Smooth Face ---- http://amzn.to/2c20e8F Dead Blow Mallet ---------------------------------- http://amzn.to/2kNSecI FOLLOW: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MakeBuildModify INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/makebuildmodify/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/MakeBuildModify/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/MakebuildmodifyTV FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MakeBuildModify/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+MakebuildmodifyTV/ WARNING: This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Always think ahead. Every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK.
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How to Build a Timber Retaining Wall - This Old House
This Old House landscaping contractor Roger Cook shows how to construct a wood-timber retaining wall to create a play area. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZqiSuJEz-U&index=9&list=PLkJADc1qDrr8JnEkf1GX2utInAXW6t2XP How to Repair a Fence Gate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCNugIF4JHU&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=15 How to Build a Miniature Golf Course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SONWsZw8370&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=2 How to Frame Walls for a Basement Room: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aulgjB4rFU0&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=20 Shopping List for How to Build a Timber Retaining Wall: - 1x3 wood stakes and nylon string, used to establish layout lines for timbers - 6x8-inch pressure-treated landscaping timbers, used to build retaining wall - wood preservative, to treat cut ends of timbers - 3/4-inch stone, used as base and drainage material - landscaping filter fabric, used to prevent soil from clogging drainpipe - 4-inch-diameter perforated drainage pipe, for draining water away from retaining wall - 1/2-inch-diameter (No. 4) x 4-foot-long metal reinforcing bar, used to stake timbers and dead men to ground - 12-inch landscaping screws, for fastening together the landscaping timbers - bark mulch, used to cover the ground in front of the retaining wall Tools for How to Build a Timber Retaining Wall: - hand tamper, used to compact the soil and stone base - wheelbarrow, used to transport stone and mulch to jobsite - shovel, for excavating the ground - circular saw, used to cut timbers - impact driver, used to drive landscaping screws into timbers - drill/driver with 9/16-inch-diameter spade bit, used to bore holes in timbers for rebar stakes - sledgehammer, used to drive in rebar and wood stakes - 6-foot level - torpedo level - foam paint brush Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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DIY caravan level indicators installed on draw bar
Testing the front to back levelling system lights
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Homes.com DIY Experts Share How-to Build an Outdoor Fire Pit
DIY experts Katie and Jon Jasiewicz from SewWoodsy.com show how to build an outdoor fire pit for Summer as part of their series of DIY tutorials for Homes.com. In this DIY tutorial Jon provides detailed instructions to prep the outdoor area and build the fire pit. Be sure to visit often for inspirational tips to complete your next DIY project!
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Borderlands 2 : How to Quickly level in UVHM Level 50-72!
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Building a leveling bar for my Bobcat 151107 1
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Spreader Bars Levelling Bars SUIT Bobcat SkidSteer loader. Track loaders
Spreader Bars Levelling Bars SUIT Bobcat SkidSteer loader. Track loaders A versatile inexpensive accessories for your 4 in 1 Bucket, Clamps into your 4 in 1 bucket.ideal for Landscaping, Earthmoving, Road works and leveling soils. Suit Skid Steer loaders. VISIT www.southerntool.com.au FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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Building a Wall with Oak Sleepers | TRC Garden
Here is a look at how I built our oak sleeper retaining wall for the patio. More info below. TOOLS I USE - Makita Chainsaw - https://amzn.to/2HJDNFk Post Spirit Level - https://amzn.to/2riQUlw 150mm Fencing Auger - https://amzn.to/2rlS1Bg String Line - https://amzn.to/2riFyhB Stainless Coach Screws - https://amzn.to/2JK7KRS The wall is built on sloped ground but we wanted to ensure we had a nice level top that would serve as a place to sit and also border the paving stone. We will have freely draining gravel behind the sleepers however you may want to use some drainage pipe to make sure there is no build up of water behind, especially on larger walls. CONTACT US restorationcouple@gmail.com OUR SOCIAL NETWORKS Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/restorationc... YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/therestoratio... Twitter - https://twitter.com/RestoCouple Instagram - https://instagram.com/restorationcouple/ OUR BLOG http://www.restorationcouple.com/ Music by http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Josh_Woodward/
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Using a laser level to layout elevations for new building lot
It was cold and wet, but we got the layout and elevation of our new construction lot established! - Learn More at http://www.barstowconstruction.com - Follow us on Twitter for more pictures of our current projects -- @barstowhomes
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11 - How to build the Extreme Miter Station
Detailed 3D plans are available here: https://kingsfinewoodworking.com/products/plans-for-the-extreme-miter-station I invite you to join our Kings Fine Woodworking Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/KingsFineWoodworkingCommunity/ Get help on your projects. Share pictures of your work in our gallery. Get advice from master woodworkers, and more. Learn new tricks, tips and techniques. If you would like to help support our channel, there are a number of ways. One way is direct support through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KingsFineWoodworking Another is by purchasing things you might need through our Amazon link. You pay the same and they pay us a small fee. https://www.amazon.com/shop/kingsfinewoodworking You can also help without spending anything, just by liking and sharing our videos. Thank you for your support. We love teaching the world to do woodworking. Tools & Specialty items in this build: Bosch Miter Saw 12” http://amzn.to/2qPaIyz Kreg Pocket Hole Jig http://amzn.to/2rKzGgf Kreg Pocket Hole Screws http://amzn.to/2rbefYL Kreg Top Track http://amzn.to/2ruQwTm Kreg Swing Stop http://amzn.to/2rbkD2h Kreg Production Stop http://amzn.to/2qPqNnF Kreg Measuring Tape Left side http://amzn.to/2rvqZcD Kreg Measuring Tape Right Side http://amzn.to/2qPr5uL Porter Cable Dovetail Jig http://amzn.to/2qPojpz Pro 100 drawer slides http://amzn.to/2rKGNFC Deft Lacquer http://amzn.to/2rvBoVQ Edge banding trimmer http://amzn.to/2rKywBq Walnut Edge banding http://amzn.to/2qPqb1r Architect Triangle Rulers http://amzn.to/2qJC6O3 Porter Cable Dovetail Jig http://amzn.to/2qPojpz Tools used in our woodshop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/kingsfinewoodworking This is an easy to build fully modular system! I show you how to build base cabinets, which can be done in 2' or 3' widths. And upper cabinets in 2' or 3' sections. So this project is scalable to any size! Mine is 13' wide, but you could easily build it anywhere from 3' - 20' wide or more. Simply by adding or subtracting components. You also can just as easily make the base with drawers as I did or with shelving & cabinet doors, like I did the uppers. You will also see how to build a rigid semi-torsion box style top, in which to embed your miter saw. And you choose the level of build that you want. from basic ply, to Baltic birch, or even hardwoods. Any of which will make a perfectly functional Extreme Miter Station. All of this is detailed in this 4-part video series, and available in full comprehensive plans on our website. kingsfinewoodworking.com My build: This is a 13' long x 7' tall miter station containing sixteen dovetailed drawers, in four base cabinets, a bank of six upper cabinets, and a bunch of storage shelving cubby holes in the middle. The bodies of the cabinets are mostly Baltic birch plywood. the drawer fronts are from leftover pieces of walnut plywood that I had from a kitchen job. And the sides are skinned with 1/4" cherry plywood. I used architect's scale triangular aluminum rulers for the drawer pulls. I drilled and tapped them just for this project. And the upper cabinet handles are actually 3" c-clamps. My old miter station had a 12" DeWalt sliding compound miter saw, that used up too much space in my shop. The dual bars that the miter head slid on forced me to keep the saw 11" further from the shop wall than I wanted. After researching, I found the Bosch Glide 12" dual Bevel miter saw that could be placed practically against the wall of the shop. Because of that, I would be able to gain almost a foot of space in my shop. That's quite a bit when the shop isn't as big as I'd like. Plus my old miter station was put together very quickly, because I needed something functional right away to keep up with my woodworking jobs. So it was not the prettiest looking station. I took my time, did some research, and spent several days building this Extreme Miter Station. Something I can be proud of. Plans are available on my website! I hope you come back and see all 4 parts of this video series.
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How to Build a Professional Style Workbench
This video serves as a step by step how-to guide to building a professional style workbench for your woodshop or workshop. If you have any questions about the build, ask them in the comments section and I will answer them as soon as possible. I've had several people ask for a materials list, so here it is. This is for 1 - 7' x 37" workbench. 3 - 4"x4"x8' 7 - 2"x4"x8' 6 - 2"x6"x8' and a box of 2 1/2" or 3" screws. I hope this list helps those of you planning to build this. I'd love to see your finished product, so send me pictures via DM on Instagram (WV_DIY). Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for watching! LIKE! SUBSCRIBE! FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM! WV_DIY
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FunFix: Build a Wood Platform for Your Grill
Watch Mark & Theresa build a new Western Red Cedar platform for their new grill. Their old grill was no longer working, and it had sunk into the ground. This Fun Fix gives the new STOK grill a level grilling surface that fits in beautifully in their backyard. http://myfixituplife.com/DIY/?p=10016
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making a kubota bucket level indicator
making a bucket level indicator for a fel on a Kubota tractor. I hope this will help when moving soil off the top with out digging in deeper than need be or desired. a simple yet effective method of viewing the bucket position.
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DIY Concrete Top Outdoor Coffee Table | How to Build
Learn how to build a DIY Concrete Top Outdoor Coffee Table. See the lessons I learned while working with concrete for the first time. Plans for the build available: http://fixthisbuildthat.com/diy-concrete-top-outdoor-coffee-table-plans/ Go check out the concrete experts: DIY Pete - https://www.youtube.com/user/DIYPROJECTSWITHPETE Ben Uyeda (Homemade Modern) - https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeMadeModern Tools Used (affiliate): RIDGID Gen5x Kit - http://bit.ly/gen5x Pocket Hole Jig - http://amzn.to/1KPqbDa Face Clamp - http://amzn.to/1E0QZNV I'd love your support on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/fixthisbuildthat __ SUBSCRIBE to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/fixthisbuildthat?sub_confirmation=1 Fix This Build That PO Box 680433 Franklin, TN 37068 __ FOLLOW ME on Social Media: Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/fixthisbuild... Facebook - http://www.fb.com/ibuildthat Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/fixthisbuildtht Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/fixthisbuildt
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Diablo 3 - Season 13 Guide Tips & Tricks Leveling, Gearing, Torments, Meta, XP Fast
In this Diablo 3 Season 13 video I will cover topics such as Leveling, the Meta, Fast Gearing, Bloodshard usage, Proper Torments to farm, GR levels and more! Leveling Guide 1-70: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIOZEUZwF5g&lc=UgylNpagm4PSUjbIJWZ4AaABAg CR Bag Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCOQwNPc4Q4&t=3s Bloodshard Calc: http://d3planner.com/game/49286/kadala Difficulty Overview: http://d3resource.com/difficulties/index.php Rat Runs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtAtoifyro4 Video Playlist (Season 12/13 guides same patch): https://www.youtube.com/user/TekhniqueGaming/playlists Written Playlist: https://www.diablofans.com/members/399510-bluddshed/builds?sort=-datemodified Giveaway: https://gleam.io/z52Ny/100-gift-card-your-choice-battlenet-psn-xbox ► Support on Twitch Below! ◄ https://www.twitch.tv/bluddshed ► Help Me Reach 50K Subscribers! ◄ › https://www.youtube.com/bluddshed ►All Dfans Builds on Patreon Page!◄ › https://www.patreon.com/Bluddshed ►Join the Community on Twitter!◄ › https://twitter.com/Bluddshed ►"BLUDD" for 10% off @GamerSupps◄ https://gamersupps.gg/?afmc=Bludd Gear Shop: http://tee.pub/lic/X6BA8mt5uG4 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Gaming Secret Weapon http://amzn.to/2cXefWC Mouse Bungie http://amzn.to/2d21U1X Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bluddshed Instagram: http://instagram.com/bluddshed Amazing Source: http://www.diablofans.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Top Patreon Supporters: Toioiz Drkillbydeath
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22 - How to Make an Extreme Woodworking Bench for under $200
Plans available here: https://kingsfinewoodworking.com/collections/project-plans-for-sale/products/split-top-roubo-woodworking-bench If you would like to help support our channel, there are a number of ways. One way is direct support through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KingsFineWoodworking Another is by purchasing things you might need through our Amazon link. You pay the same and they pay us a small fee. https://www.amazon.com/shop/kingsfinewoodworking You can also help without spending anything, just by liking and sharing our videos. Thank you for your support. We love teaching the world to do woodworking. SPECS: 80 inches wide x 30 inches deep x 36 inches tall. All legs and rails are solid 4 inches x 5 inches. Bench Top is 5 inches thick. Weight is just under 500 pounds. Some items used for this build. Anything purchased through these links helps support our channel. Watco Danish Oil http://amzn.to/2udu1AW Transtint Red Dye http://amzn.to/2sfg2sO Zinsser Sealcoat http://amzn.to/2tEgyEZ Titebond III Glue http://amzn.to/2te9UT1 GRK 6” screws http://amzn.to/2ud6lMT ¼” roundover router bit http://amzn.to/2sAEnZf Forrest Dado King Dado Blade http://amzn.to/2ud90Gw Forstner Drill Bits http://amzn.to/2tzBMDa Bosch 12” Miter Saw http://amzn.to/2sArizi Some of the clamps used in this project: Clamping Straight Edge Saw Guide http://amzn.to/2eMYjXN Bessey Parallel Clamps http://amzn.to/2svVG2C Jorgensen Bar Clamps http://amzn.to/2tfGHqI Quick Grip Clamps http://amzn.to/2tFHaFE I think everybody needs a woodworking bench. But, I know that not everybody has the thousands of dollars it takes to buy a quality bench from a woodworking store. I also know most woodworkers want to build their own anyway. Many friends of mine are woodworkers and most of them are saving up the $2000.00+ that it takes to buy the 8/4 maple to build their own. Whether Roubo style or another. So I thought that I would present an alternative. This isn’t a new idea. Many YouTube woodworkers have done this before me. But, I thought that I would like to add my take on it. I went to my local home improvement “Big Box” store. I selected construction grade lumber. At my store they had a choice of a product they called whitewood, or Douglas Fir. The latter was kiln dried, and a much higher density and harder lumber so I chose that. Where you live will dictate what you buy. Many parts of the country will have southern yellow pine, which is a great choice for this. I took quite some time to sort through the bunk of lumber to ensure that I got straight pieces and pieces with as few knots as possible. I chose all 2x6’s, and I ended up with a workbench that was nearly 500 pounds. Very strong, very solid! Please follow along in the video to see what was built!
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How to use a Water Level - construction tips from Ted
Got barn plans? Review our certified steel truss barn plans here, it's free https://overbuiltbarns.com/plans/ This is how I use a water level for accurately marking a level line when building a pole barn or fence post. A small water level can help with block foundations for sheds and many other projects. Subscribe now to be alerted to the newest videos.
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Build It: Movable Kitchen Island
Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyUhWg1Rg3E Tom Silva shows how to fabricate a kitchen island out of stock cabinets. (See the shopping list, tools, and steps below.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Watch new episodes of Ask TOH: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/tv/ask-toh/video/0,,,00.html Shopping List for Build It: Movable Kitchen Island: - Two 30-inch-wide upper wall cabinets - 24-by-48-inch piece of 3/4-inch plywood, to make base of island - Four 4-inch swiveling casters (two with brakes) - 14/-inch x 1 1/2-inch carriage bolts with washers and nuts, to attach casters - 1 1/4-inch drywall screws, for attaching the plywood base to the cabinets - Wood shims, used as spacers between the cabinets - Carpenter's glue - Wood butcher block, to make the island top - 100-grit sandpaper, to hand-sand the edges of the butcher-block top - 120-grit abrasive disk, for use with random-orbit sander - 2-inch drywall screws, for attaching the butcher-block top - Towel bar - Mineral oil and cotton cloth, to finish the butcher-block top Tools List for Build It: Movable Kitchen Island: - Circular saw - Cordless drill - 5/16-inch-diameter drill bit, to bore bolt-clearance holes - 5/32-inch-diameter drill bit, for boring screw-shank clearance holes - Ratcheting box-end wrench, to tighten nuts on carriage bolts - Utility knife, to trim wood shims - Random-orbit sander, for smoothing the butcher-block top - Straightedge guide and clamps Steps for Build It: Movable Kitchen Island: 1. Stock kitchen cabinets come in a wide variety of finishes, colors, sizes, and configurations. 2. Kitchen base cabinets are too tall for use in a mobile island, unless you cut them down to size. 3. Upper wall cabinets at 12 inches deep by 30 inches tall are ideal for building a mobile island. 4. Use a circular saw to cut away the raised lip from the bottom of the cabinets. 5. Place the cabinets upside down and back-to-back, then saw a piece of 3/4-inch plywood to fit across the bottom of both cabinets. 6. Attach a 4-inch caster to each corner of the plywood panel; secure each caster with four 1 1/2-inch-long carriage bolts, washers, and nuts. 7. Drill four 5/32-inch-diameter screw-shank clearance holes through the bottom of each cabinet. 8. Set the plywood panel with casters on top of the cabinets, then attach the panel with 1 1/4-inch drywall screws. 9. Bore four screw-shank clearance holes through the upper back of one cabinet. 10. Insert wood shims between the two cabinets, then fasten them together with two 1 1/4-inch drywall screws. 11. Turn the cabinets upright and trim the shims flush using a utility knife. 12. Cut four 3/4-inch-thick plywood filler strips to fit across the tops of the cabinets. 13. Secure the filler strips with glue and 1 1/4-inch screws. 14. Use a circular saw with a straightedge guide to cut a 36-inch-long wood butcher-block top for the island. 15. Set the butcher block on the island, allowing it to overhang one end by 4 inches and the other by 2 inches. 16. Secure the wood top to the island with 2-inch screws. 17. Smooth the butcher-block top using a random-orbit sander fitted with a 120-grit abrasive disk. 18. Use a clean cotton cloth to apply a coat of mineral oil to the butcher-block top. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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How to make a level cut with a Chainsaw - creating outdoor workspace
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Home-by-Jon-Peters/312021729836 Check out our new website: http://jonpeters.com/ This video will show you how to make a level and straight cut with a chainsaw. I use the chainsaw to cut an old telephone pole to the right height so I can use it as a pedestal for an anvil for welding projects. It worked out really well so check out the how to and basic tools you'll need make a clean and level cut with a chainsaw.
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Bolt Connections - Column Shoes and Anchor Bolts
Demonstration of Peikko Bolt Connection using Peikko's Column Shoes and Anchor Bolts. Learn more at https://www.peikko.com/products/bolted-column-connections/
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Railroad sleeper Retaining Wall - (just a small wall). DIY
Made a little retaining wall and re-used railroad sleepers. Six unit height when finished. - One completely buried for stability also added a one, two degree angle. Fastened with re-bar rod and glued with all purpose Polymer glue and washed and painted with a copper based paint, makes it Brown blackish, very nice. #railroadsleeperwall #retainingwall
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