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The Wedge

The Wedge

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Failure to understand my jointer's mysteries frustrated me. But failure is the key to understanding and success.

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A good letter for holiday reading

A good letter for holiday reading

We get lots of letters at FWW, but some stay with us.

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Rolling Stand for My New Planer

Rolling Stand for My New Planer

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A 3 1/2 hour project that should give years of service

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Legally blind and still woodworking

Legally blind and still woodworking

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Here's a fellow who's dedicated to his craft

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Special Krenov focus in FWW is a strange coincidence

Special Krenov focus in FWW is a strange coincidence

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By a strange coincidence, FWW has three Krenov-inspired articles in the current issue. Together they form a fitting tribute to one of modern's woodworking's great luminaries, who passed away yesterday, just after we went to press.

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Stick your tools in a shoe?

Stick your tools in a shoe?

Woodworkers have always been good recyclers, but this idea may have taken one step too far.

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Innovative Workstation for African Carpenters

Innovative Workstation for African Carpenters

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American woodworker and teacher Jeffry Lohr and his wife, Linda, teamed up with a Ghanaian carpenter to help lift people in the West African nation from the grips of poverty

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Big-time green woodworking

Big-time green woodworking

Here's an interesting link to a big Massachusetts woodworking firm that is going green in a big way. Mark Richey Woodworking of Newburyport, Mass., already had a Biomass furnace to heat the company...

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Its Hip to Have a Square or Two

It's Hip to Have a Square or Two

These two small tools are critical if you want a well-equipped shop

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Tom Selleck: You need a shop

Tom Selleck: You need a shop

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Tom Selleck and The Daily Show's Jon Stewart on woodworking...

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Crosscut Sled for the Tablesaw

Crosscut Sled for the Tablesaw

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A crosscut sled will increase safety, speed and accuracy of your crosscuts on the table saw. This simple project can be built in a couple of afternoons. The plan set and SketchUp drawings are...

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Furniture Makers Shop Destroyed by Fire

Furniture Maker's Shop Destroyed by Fire

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Blaze also claims unfinished pieces by Mark Levin

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The gloved woodworker

The gloved woodworker

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Lightweight work gloves are surprisingly handy in the shop

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Woodworking with Ugly Men

Woodworking with Ugly Men

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I've built things from wood most of my life, but it wasn't until I met Joe Mazurek, a self-proclaimed ugly man, that I really learned how to make furniture.

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Woodworking in a New York City Apartment

Woodworking in a New York City Apartment

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Feeling cramped in your garage or basement shop? You might want a look at this…

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A machine mishap

A machine mishap

A quick lesson in using the SawStop

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Epoxy floor tip: If you dont add grit, you just might slip

Epoxy floor tip: If you don't add grit, you just might slip

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If you plan to apply epoxy to a garage floor, add sand before the final coat, or you'll have to watch your step.

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