Using the Festool HL 850 planer with the Rockler Vortex dust collector

Using the Festool HL 850 planer with the Rockler Vortex dust collector

Here is a short video I did to show how I use the with my . The Rockler Vortex is a great little dust coll…

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Question by TT: I want to make a box and put skeleton key lock on it?
so i just love antique things. so i decided that i want to take on a project… i want to make an antique looking box. it must have a lock on it and i must have a skeleton to unlock it! lol. but i dont know where to get these things, how to put them together, or what is the good wood. i took a class and learned how to carve designs and stuff into wood, but that was high school and i dont know what kind i used. i just want to make something like a family heirloom that i can keep my most precious things in such as jewelry ect.
can anyone help me get started?

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Answer by Rose Knows
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is a good place to find all kinds of wood for your project. You will find the antique hardware you are looking for at a store called Restoration Hardware. Both of these stores have retail stores and also sale online.

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    • Jente Vandevoort
    • March 28, 2014

    Here in Europa we can buy a dust bag which you can reuse over 500 times So
    maybe that would be a cheaper solution

    • SMD
    • March 28, 2014

    Good video

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