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Tool Chest Contest: Official Rules

Tool Chest Contest: Official Rules

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Read the official contest rules for Fine Woodworking's Tool Chest Contest and find out how you can enter to win a new SawStop Professional Cabinet Saw

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How to Safely (and not so safely) Dispose of Oil-Soaked Rags

How to Safely (and not so safely) Dispose of Oil-Soaked Rags

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Can't meet OSHA regulations? Tell us how you dispose of oily rags in your shop to prevent a fire hazard. Plus, watch a video of a rag combusting.

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Create Shop Drawings II

Create Shop Drawings II

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This is the second entry in a series covering the creation of shop drawings. Last week I showed the use of Scenes to provide a way of capturing views of the model required for construction in the...

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Letter Knife

Letter Knife

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Guidelines to creating a letter knife of your own.

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Chair, Heal Thyself

Chair, Heal Thyself

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Too bad Humpty Dumpty didn't have this self-repairing technology

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Safety Week in the Blogosphere

Safety Week in the Blogosphere

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In case you hadn’t heard, it’s Safety Week on the World Wide Web. You can never get too many reminders about how to be more cautious in the shop.

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Become one of our Tool Experts; Win Fabulous Prizes

Become one of our Tool Experts; Win Fabulous Prizes

Our annual Tool Survey is underway...

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Layers, Scenes, Dimensions and Construction Drawings

Layers, Scenes, Dimensions and Construction Drawings

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My approach to utilizing layers for with dimensions and scenes when making construction drawings.

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Coopering a box lid

Coopering a box lid

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Coopering a lid without any jigs, using a combination of hand- and power tools

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Chuck Griffith Wins Shaker Gallery Challenge

Chuck Griffith Wins Shaker Gallery Challenge

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Congratulations to Chuck Griffith of Pound Ridge, N.Y. The Shaker enthusiast who posted about one entry per day during our challenge won unanimous approval by the judges as the winner of the A Whole Lotta Shaker Goin’ On gallery challenge.

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Free Plan:  Six-Board Chest

Free Plan: Six-Board Chest

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Mike Dunbar will show you how to reproduce an 18th-century original and fine-tune your hand-tool skills at the same time.

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Create Shop Drawings

Create Shop Drawings

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Now that you've got your piece of furniture modeled in SketchUp, how do you extract/ show information and drawings needed in the shop? For this you need to know about SketchUp "Scenes" which allow...

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About Your Safety: An Introduction

About Your Safety: An Introduction

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To help you avoid learning safety lessons in the woodshop the hard way, the editors of Fine Woodworking have compiled a comprehensive Guide to Safety, which features articles, videos and quizzes that will arm you with the know-how to work safely in the workshop

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A Tablesaw Accident: No Power Required

A Tablesaw Accident: No Power Required

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Not all tablesaw accidents involve the blade or even a power supply. Here's my cautionary story that proves you should stay alert any time you're even near the shop.

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Creativity Invite

Creativity Invite

Learn about an essential event sponsored by the Maine Center for Creativity.

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The Ultimate Mobile Base?

The Ultimate Mobile Base?

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Need a hand moving that combination machine, cabinet saw, bench, or even a shop? Give this guy a call.

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M*A*S*Hs Colonel Potter in Fine Woodworking

M*A*S*H's Colonel Potter in Fine Woodworking

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Klinger! Mill up some more walnut!

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And the Winner of Fine Art of Carving Lovespoons is...

And the Winner of Fine Art of Carving Lovespoons is...

Find out who won this book and enter this week's giveaway

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Spalt Your Own Lumber: Health problems associated with spalted wood, and debunking myths

Spalt Your Own Lumber: Health problems associated with spalted wood, and debunking myths

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Learn about safe handling, storage, machining and use of spalted wood.

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