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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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STL 79: Eds Mysterious Basement Experience

STL 79: Ed's Mysterious Basement Experience

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What's Ed doing in a strange basement and why is his wife taking all the "credit?" Plus, your questions on restoring vintage machinery, setting up a new jointer, and a whole lot more.

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St. Louis woodworker makes belts for Paris runway

St. Louis woodworker makes belts for Paris runway

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Collin Garrity has landed a number of jobs for fashion designers. His latest, a laminated veneer belt, will hit the runways of Paris Fashion Week on March 4.

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Woodworker donates all sales to Third-World kids

Woodworker donates all sales to Third-World kids

After John Roccanova had filled his house with his furniture and woodcrafts, he began making items for charity. To date, he has raised $31,000 for projects in Africa, and launched a nonprofit to support his efforts.

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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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Making SketchUp Your Own

Making SketchUp Your Own

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If you're new to using SketchUp on of the first things you should do is customize it to your needs. You can place the toolbars you want to see and create a template to give you a good starting point...

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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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Two Sided Buffet

Two Sided Buffet

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For this two sided buffet it was a team effort to complete. The Buffet is made out of Genuine Mahogany and Walnut hardwoods and walnut burl veneer. Both sides are a mirror image of each other. The...

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Sculpturing a Windsor Seat - In SketchUp

Sculpturing a Windsor Seat - In SketchUp

Several weeks ago I showed the making of this Windsor Writing Arm Chair. A reader asked how I did the "Sculptured Seat" - not the one in pine with a travisher, but the one shown in the SketchUp...

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STL 78: Makin Sparks on Yer Tablesaw

STL 78: Makin' Sparks on Yer Tablesaw

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This week we debut an epic workshop mistake, and an All Time Favorite Technique of All Time that wasn't as unique as Mike Pekovich may have thought!

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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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From a Judges Perspective at the Sunshine State Fair

From a Judge's Perspective at the Sunshine State Fair

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Judges perspective from Florida State Fair wood working entries

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The Length of a Helix

The Length of a Helix

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This morning I was perusing one of the woodworking forums while drinking my morning coffee. A member planning to wrap the drum of his sander with 3 in. wide Velcro asked how long the piece would need to...

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Williamsburg Conference - Early Virginian Desk on Frame Part 2

Williamsburg Conference - Early Virginian Desk on Frame Part 2

This is the second article on the early Virginian desk that was presented at Colonial Williamsburg at the conference, "Working Wood in the 18th C." My last article showed the lower section (the Frame...

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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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Would You Drive a Wooden Scooter?

Would You Drive a Wooden Scooter?

Carlos Alberto built a complete working scooter from wood that's completely over the top

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Parquetry Patternmaker: Jason Andrew Hernandez

Parquetry Patternmaker: Jason Andrew Hernandez

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Furnituremaker Jason Andrew Hernandez brings innovative parquetry patterns to his furniture. This audio slideshow demonstrates his dazzling designs and fresh approach to this age-old craft.

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UPDATE: Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects

UPDATE: Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects

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See who won a copy of Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects

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STL 77: A Woodworkers Dream Job

STL 77: A Woodworker's Dream Job

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Lee Valley Tools technical advisor Vic Tesolin, an update on Working Wood in the 18th Century, and your woodworking questions answered

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