Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What shop equipment do I need?

You do not need an industrial shop to build this bench or the tool chest! Given its design simplicity, it can be built in an average size homeowners shop that includes the following: chop saw, tablesaw, bandsaw, drill press, portable planer, router, and various hand tools that all shops should have on hand – including a selection of bar and pipe clamps. Although not necessary, a jointer would be helpful to facilitate the construction of the bench. Additionally, a router table may be helpful for the milling of the raised panels on the tool chest, but these could be cut on a tablesaw.

 

  1. How does the video subscription service work?

Video subscriptions are hosted on Vimeo.com.  If you don’t have a Vimeo account, you’ll be asked to create one – it’s free!  Subscription charges are billed monthly if you want to continue.  Once you subscribe and have a Vimeo account, log on to Vimeo.com, cursor over your profile pic (upper right corner) and scroll down and select “Purchases” to see your subscribed to videos.  Please note you do not own a copy of the video series via a subscription signup; however, subscription signups are much cheaper than purchasing a DVD or DVD set of a series.

 

  1. Will my subscription be automatically renewed when it expires?

No! When your subscription expires, you will be offered the opportunity to sign up for a new month.   You may also elect to return to www.swigerwoodworks.com to purchase a DVD or DVD set of a series.

 

  1. What if I get a bad DVD?

Manufacturing defects do occur from time-to-time and we apologize for the inconvenience it has caused you! In this case contact us and let us know what episode number and series the problem occurs in. If the DVD is from a multi-disc set, please provide the Disc Number. We will send you a replacement ASAP! We may request you to send us the bad DVD, but the postage will be on us if we do. We do not refund payments for a DVD(s), but will make it right by replacing a bad DVD within a two-year period from date of purchase.

 

  1. What if I damage a DVD or I’m outside of the two-year period?

Life happens and we understand that! Just contact us and we’ll make arrangements to get you a replacement for a small charge.