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I’ve been thinking about making this jig for years. Since nice weather has arrived I have to make a picket fence. All slats will end to a sharp point, meaning I have to cut them at an acute angle. I used to do that on the tablesaw but each time I got several cutoffs flying around my head. No more !!!view details
I'm very excited to be teaching my first carving class, starting on Saturday, May 15th I was asked by Gerry Phelan the owner of, “Midwest Woodworkers,”a well known woodworking store here...view details
Arthrographis cuboidea is the best pink stain to use when spalting. Learn how to find it, culture it, and get it growing in your spalting tubs at home.view details
Wood species plays a big role in the amount and type of spalting you get on a piece. Learn how to hedge your spalting bets with the right wood.view details
As a woodworker I always look for fast and easy methods of work. Over the years I realized that I spend a lot of time doing repetitive tasks like clamping and unclamping workpieces I'm working on. I sat down to design a clamping station that would help saving time when building projects that involve lots of clamping/holding. I came up with this very unique and satisfying version of a clamp worktable, made right here in my shop, using material from my sheet goods scrap pile. I designed it so I could use my collection of ordinary and fast action vise clamps meant to be used at the drill press.view details
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