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STL 59: No Such Thing as Too Many Tools

STL 59: No Such Thing as Too Many Tools

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FWW contributing editor and tool junkie Roland Johnson takes your questions, and we reveal why anchor chain iron makes great chisels.

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Rock-and-roll cabinet making

Rock-and-roll cabinet making

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Watch this video, and feel good about your craft

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UPDATE: Outdoor Wood Projects by Steve Cory

UPDATE: Outdoor Wood Projects by Steve Cory

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See who won a copy of Outdoor Wood Projects

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Matt Kenneys Ultimate Jig

Matt Kenney's Ultimate Jig

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Are your skills sharp enough to pull off this incredible jig?

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Dust Revisited

Dust Revisited

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Dust is a constant battle with that little annoying pile, and I never quite getit all. My visit to teach in Sao Palo, Brazil reminded me to rethink how I handle dust and have a spotless shop.

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A Lazy Suzan for Zeus Himself

A Lazy Suzan for Zeus Himself

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How do you pass meat and cheese around a 7-ft. round, timber-framed table? You build a giant Lazy Susan, set into the tabletop, and running on invisible bearings. And then you invite the Gods to dinner.

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Router Accident is a Great Lesson in Climb Cutting

Router Accident is a Great Lesson in Climb Cutting

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Nothing except my ego was hurt, but this little incident is a heck of a good teaching aid

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The Beading on the HIghboy

The Beading on the HIghboy

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This is the lower section of a William & Mary Highboy. There are many details to work out on a complex piece like this one. For example, there is a thin beading that is applied to the scroll work on...

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Adirondack Chair -- Placing the Back Slats

Adirondack Chair -- Placing the Back Slats

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Of all the pieces of furniture woodworkers make, chairs are probably the most difficult to get our heads around. Most cabinet work involves making rectangular boxes with square corners. Chairs are...

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STL 58: Is Woodworking an Art

STL 58: Is Woodworking an Art

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Is fine furniture a form of art? You be the judge as we duke it out.

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Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

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Two students receive the OAS Future Craftsmen Scholarship.

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Do you mix your own finishes?

Do you mix your own finishes?

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Not content to stick with store-bought finishes? Tell us about your home-brew.

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Screw Threads in SketchUp

Screw Threads in SketchUp

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Last week I had an e-mail conversation with a fellow who has been doing a bunch of 3D printing. He is working on an adaptor for something in his shop and wants to print a threaded part. He was...

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Creating the Rule Joint

Creating the Rule Joint

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I'm again faced with designing and making the rule joint for this Shaker table. The rule joint is the very functional, structural, and beautiful connection of the table leaves - to allow the folding...

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Great video teaches kids about trees

Great video teaches kids about trees

Public TV-host Tommy MacDonald teams up with the Hardwood Forest Foundation to create a fun-to-watch video about everything trees do for us. Share this with all the kids you know.

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UPDATE: A Lesson Plan for Wood Turning by James Rodgers

UPDATE: A Lesson Plan for Wood Turning by James Rodgers

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See who won a copy of A Lesson Plan for Wood Turning

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3D Basecamp Recap and a Lesson Reinforced

3D Basecamp Recap and a Lesson Reinforced

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Last weekend my family and I drove out to Vail, CO for SketchUp 3D Basecamp 2014. I look forward to these trips each time because it gives me a chance to see some friends and to find out first hand...

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STL 57: Tablesaw Accident Update

STL 57: Tablesaw Accident Update

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A potential new miracle cure for tablesaw injuries? Plus, your woodworking questions and back cover editor Jon Binzen on acclaimed craftsmen, cantankerous woodworkers, and more!

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From Dovetails to Mortise & Tenon

From Dovetails to Mortise & Tenon

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This model was made by a friend, David Heim. I will be using his model to create a multi-page shop drawing for my students. David created the model from sketches by Lester Margon in his book...

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Michael Fortune Garden Chair Video Series

Michael Fortune Garden Chair Video Series

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Find out when you can get your hands on the DVD and project plan for Michael Fortune’s latest video series project

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