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Woodworker and writer Scott Gibson lives in Waterboro, Maine. He worked as an editor at Fine Homebuilding before becoming editor in chief of Home Furniture and then Fine Woodworking. The co-author of two books on energy-efficient homes, Scott serves as a contributing writer at FHB and GreenBuildingAdvisor.com.
October 29, 2006
Improve a pin-style marking gauge to mark clean lines across grain
August 10, 2006
Q: I used Weldwood Plastic Resin glue to laminate curved chair parts. Will it also work for assembling the chair? The label specifies a required pressure, which won’t work on the…
July 1, 2006
Save money and show off your craftsmanship
June 15, 2006
Discover the design and construction considerations that go into building custom kitchen cabinetry
February 1, 2006
Ridgid's new variable-speed belt sander is a thoughtfully designed tool with a sturdy feel and attractive features.
December 1, 2005
The Irwin Quick-Grip Handi-Clamp has swiveling clamping pads and a quick-release locking mechanism.
The Pony ISD Hand Clamp has swiveling clamping pads and a quick-release locking mechanism.
October 31, 2005
Turning falls into two broad categories -- faceplate turning and spindle turning. Each one relies on a special set of tools and techniques. The Basics: • Faceplate turning: Bowls, vessels, and…
October 25, 2005
Colen Clenton’s pin-style marking gauge is made of she-oak with brass inlay and parts. These tools are handmade in Australia.
One of the two cutters on this mortise gauge from Japan Woodworker can be recessed into the fence to mark a single scribe line.
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