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A Classic Bicycle Gets Re-Imagined... In Wood

A Classic Bicycle Gets Re-Imagined... In Wood

One crazy woodworker finds a creative outlet through his woodworking- and his only goal is making folks smile.

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Steel City Tool Works Ceases Operations

Steel City Tool Works Ceases Operations

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The tool company started "By Woodworkers, For Woodworkers" closes its doors

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UPDATE: Shaker Oval Boxes, Volume 1 by John Wilson

UPDATE: Shaker Oval Boxes, Volume 1 by John Wilson

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See who won a copy of Shaker Oval Boxes

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Fine Furniture Created by Inmates from New Hampshire and Maine Correctional Facilities

Fine Furniture Created by Inmates from New Hampshire and Maine Correctional Facilities

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  "A New Path: Prison Furniture Making Program," is an exhibition, presented by the New Hampshire Furniture Masters, of works by inmates participating in the Furniture Masters' Prison Outreach...

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River City Bicycles: No Shortcuts

River City Bicycles: No Shortcuts

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Owner Dave Guettler discusses how he has managed to sneak his passion for woodworking into a successful bicycle business.

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Milling Lumber: Art Imitates... Trees?

Milling Lumber: Art Imitates... Trees?

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Can you name all the cuts of wood? Swiss artist Vincent Kohler understands wood, and shows it off in his creations

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Bowsaw built in a weekend

Bowsaw built in a weekend

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A quick and fun project, this saw was easy to make and is going to be very handy in the shop

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Leveraging grain in resawing

Leveraging grain in resawing

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How a board is cut (flat-, rift-, or quartersawn) effects the quality of a bookmatch you can get from resawing it.

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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Correcting some issues and adding an interior to this East-meets-West tool box.

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Experiments in Kumiko Woodwork—Part II

Experiments in Kumiko Woodwork—Part II

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Finishing up the grid work went faster than I thought it would.

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Experiments in Kumiko Woodwork—Part I

Experiments in Kumiko Woodwork—Part I

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When it came to spicing up a door panel on a wall cabinet, I decided to try my hand at a traditional Japanese technique borrowed from shoji screen making.

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My New Source for Great Reclaimed Furniture Lumber

My New Source for Great Reclaimed Furniture Lumber

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Renovation work leads to a nice find in old floor boards

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UPDATE: Woodcarving Basics by David Sabol

UPDATE: Woodcarving Basics by David Sabol

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See who won a copy of Woodcarving Basics

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Eye-Catching Upholstery for a Hand-Carved Chippendale Chair

Eye-Catching Upholstery for a Hand-Carved Chippendale Chair

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This side chair's slip-seat is upholstered with traditional materials- check out the entire process and see how it was done!

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Not all miters need reinforcement

Not all miters need reinforcement

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Learn why the miter joints on small boxes don't need to be reinforced. If you make and glue them together properly, they're plenty strong on their own.

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Simple tip for fast, accurate chair joints

Simple tip for fast, accurate chair joints

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Make a wedge and use it to cut all of the angled joinery in a dining chair.

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Woodwork On a Car? This Studebaker Fastback Has Jaw-Dropping Wood Grain

Woodwork On a Car? This Studebaker Fastback Has Jaw-Dropping Wood Grain

A bygone concept car from 1951 is made a reality... with compound joinery, sapele, quilted maple, and a showstopping finish

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Incredible 18th Century Woodworking

Incredible 18th Century Woodworking

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David Roentgen's robot dates to 1784, and it will blow your mind

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5 Awesome Woodworking Tips and Tricks

5 Awesome Woodworking Tips and Tricks

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Enjoy this grab-bag of great woodworking tips and tricks from wood bending wizard Michael Fortune

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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part II

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part II

A wedge-driven lid finishes off the exterior of my beginner's toolbox

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