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William Duckworth is writer and professional woodworker in Western Connecticut. Duckworth worked as a Fine Woodworking contributing editor and was a staff editor at Fine Woodworking for nearly a decade where he edited and wrote scores of articles for the magazine about a variety of subjects from finishing to sharpening to veneering. He learned the trade working as a cabinet maker in New York City and honed his skills while collaborating on articles with top woodworkers around the country.
November 1, 2008
The new T4 plunge router is a hybrid size that falls between a full-blown bench router and a smaller trim router
May 1, 2008
We test 9 models, and show how to use these invisible slides in all types of cabinetry
November 1, 2007
Gramercy Tools’ new ox-hair brushes lay down smooth, even coats
January 30, 2007
I have a 12-in.-sq. by 36-in.-tall cabinet with about a dozen adjustable 1/4-in. plywood shelves. The shelves ride in dadoes and pull out for access to the contents, making them…
December 15, 2006
Danray Products now selling its handy accessories directly to customers
November 1, 2006
Q: What is the toxicity of MDF dust, and what hazards do we face by being exposed to this material? Peter Lundquist, Calumet City, IL A: Most MDF, or medium-density…
These machines have the width to handle almost any workpiece
October 15, 2006
With measurements displayed in 64ths of an inch, these precision tools are accurate and convenient
July 1, 2006
Bench Dog's off-set handle push stick is designed easy clearance when ripping on the tablesaw
These safety glasses from Live Eyewear fit over standard prescription glasses.
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