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A Period Music Stand - Williamsburg

A Period Music Stand - Williamsburg

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Again this year, I attended the annual Working Wood in the 18th C conference. One of the pieces demonstrated this year, was a Williamsburg Music Stand 1750-1765. Bill Pavlak was the featured...

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52 boxes, 52 weeks: Boxes 35-42

52 boxes, 52 weeks: Boxes 35-42

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It's been a few months since I last posted any of my boxes, but I've been working away in the shop. Here's the eight most recent. I've made 42, so I'm in the homestretch now.

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Throw away your tape measure - Go 32mm system

Throw away your tape measure - Go 32mm system

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The 32mm system is a method of assembling cabinet boxes that is now standard for most hardware sold today. In my opinion it is the only way to go for building any sort of cabinetry, large or small, from a single cabinet to multiple production boxes. It is extremely accurate, very quick, and I can assemble with the utmost confidence without double checking any measurements before a cut.

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Indelible  Inspiration: Judy Kensley McKie

Indelible Inspiration: Judy Kensley McKie

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Senior Editor Jon Binzen looks back at one of the early impressions left on him in the pages of Fine Woodworking.

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STL 103: All Time Favorite Furniture of All Time... for this week

STL 103: All Time Favorite Furniture of All Time... for this week

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In our new “all-time favorite” segment, the guys talk about furniture designs they like. Plus, how to hang a saw, the cure for wonky concrete floors, and buying advice for machinery—when bigger is better.

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UPDATE: Fine Woodworking On Joinery

UPDATE: Fine Woodworking On Joinery

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See who won a copy of Fine Woodworking On Joinery

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A Look at the Axes

A Look at the Axes

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A couple of weeks ago I had an e-mail from a long time reader of the blog regarding the axes in SketchUp. And then, just last week the topic came up during an online SketchUp workshop I gave to a...

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Working Wood in the 18th C. (Wine Cooler)

Working Wood in the 18th C. (Wine Cooler)

Again this year I attended the annual Williamsburg program, Working Wood in the 18th C. It is always an inspiring event for me. I return home with new ideas and motivation for new projects. I also...

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Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

In a past life I was quite the trombone player. When most teenagers were hanging out talking to girls I was spending my time playing trombone. I don't tell you this to brag. That would be like...

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Anchor Chains, Japanese Chisels, and Wilbur Pan

The other day I was digging around the vastness that is the internet and came across a facinating post from one of my favorite woodworking bloggers Wilbur Pan, about the metal used in Japanese tools. Wilbur is a talented craftsman with an immense amount of knowledge about Japanese tools and woodworking.

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STL 102: The new guy from Nashville

STL 102: The new guy from Nashville

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Ben Strano, the new web guy, is in the house. Combo machine or separate jointer and planer? Plus wood and fire don’t mix, affordable spray options, and sharpening twist bits—NOT.

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Gluing Up: How to get a strong, square assembly

Gluing Up: How to get a strong, square assembly

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Just a few minutes before the glue comes out can make your glue ups drama free. Ben digs into the archive and finds an article that applies then and now.

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Adirondack Conversion to a Double

Adirondack Conversion to a Double

Our local woodworking club will be making more Adirondacks for an outdoor camp in the Sierra foothills dedicated to families affected by childhood cancer. There is a large redwood clubhouse on the...

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Extensions For SketchUp

Extensions For SketchUp

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Over the last few weeks I've had several requests for a list of extensions and plugins I find useful for woodworking-related drawings. I did one of these lists a long time ago but things have changed...

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Whos the new guy?

Who's the new guy?

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Meet Fine Woodworking's new web producer Ben Strano

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UPDATE: Fine Woodworking on The Small Workshop

UPDATE: Fine Woodworking on The Small Workshop

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See who won a copy of Fine Woodworking On The Small Shop

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Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

The Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association held a belt sander drag race in 1984 and Fine Woodworking was there to cover it!

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Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

The Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association held a belt sander drag race in 1984 and Fine Woodworking was there to cover it!

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Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

The Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association held a belt sander drag race in 1984 and Fine Woodworking was there to cover it!

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Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

Belt Sander Races: 1984 Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association

The Santa Cruz Woodworkers Association held a belt sander drag race in 1984 and Fine Woodworking was there to cover it!

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