Vlog – Got Wood? What about a router table?

A long overdue video showing you whats been happening with the JordsWoodShop workshop.

Plus I introduce our next project.

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25 Comments

  1. WOW, you do still post! 😉

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  2. very much enjoy your videos… waiting (ever so patiently) for new ones to pop up on my subscriptions…

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  3. Glad to see you back. and Congrats on your new venture,cant wait for more vids

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  4. Really cool setup and it looks like a TON of work. I’m excited to see how it all goes for you!

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  5. Good luck mate!!

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  6. Er yes. Yes I have. Great channel Jord 🙂

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  7. When you moved into that shop space, it looked like you had plenty of space. Not so much, anymore!

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  8. Good to see you back again

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  9. Glad to see that the business is going well. Keep grinding.

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  10. Well back!!! Would love to see more milling on the sawmill!!!

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  11. Great to see you back Jord.You know, all of us woodworking enthusiasts love to see others people work. Well if you haven’t anything around at the moment, we also like to see other people work (rater than oneself’).Hope everything works out fine for you, and when I see the pile of wood cluttering your shop, I think we’ll get more than one chance to see you work again.Excuse me, your work again.Greetings from Good Old GermanyPeter

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  12. I pressed “like” after 8 sec. Been along time man!

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  13. “fairly affordable”? Contemplating a move into politics? Well at least now you will be able to tell us how much truth there is in the usual excuse of why things are 3-4 times more expensive in Australia than they are in the US – namely – “The cost of doing business in Australia”. I look forward to that – and as I am in the market for a dust extractor, if it really is “fairly affordable” you may have a sale ;-)… but I would be surprised if shipping wouldn’t kill it stone dead…I like the look of the router table.

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  14. Welcome back to Youtube!

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  15. Keep up the good work! I look forward to watching the kiln build.

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  16. am very glad to see you back. would have liked to see your sawmill work more…. thanks again

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  17. Hi Jord, It’s great to see you back! I must admit that I thought the DODGY guys in the nearby unit had made you move on! I now look forward to all your new up and coming projects and just to say once more that it’s good to see you back mate.N.

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  18. nice router table…

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  19. Jord! It’s great to see you back. I am very much looking forward to your next projects. I appreciate the effort you put out to making these videos. I hope you can manage to keep them coming. Thanks again for your efforts!

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  20. Lots to look forward to.

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  21. great that you are backtake care that you don’t grow too quick, I’ve seen plenty of companies close down because they grew in a hurry

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  22. good to see you back

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  23. Nhmhmhk

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  24. Good luck Jord. Hope the new business plans are working out.

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  25. Has there been any progress regarding the dust extraction units?

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