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January 16, 2017
About a decade ago I basically stopped sweeping up my shop. No, I’m not up to my armpits in sawdust and shavings, I simply switched to vacuuming up the detritus rather than sweeping.
December 23, 2016
This time of year means hand crafted gifts and this one is extremely useful and practical - a Cutting Board for an undermount kitchen sink. It's sturdy and held in place…
December 16, 2016
Tom McKenna shows you how to make a simple but sturdy plywood box or tray using a v-groove bit in the router table and some blue tape
December 2, 2016
Forstner bits don’t clog or overheat
Router bits cut better miters
November 2, 2016
When using my drill press, I find that some workpieces need to be held down firmly, while others benefit from a stop block for repeat positioning. This two-position drill-press fence…
Here is some time-tested guidance on drill bits for the woodworking shop: which types to buy, and how to save some money when you’re buying them. There are many different…
Planing stops and saw hooks add speed and accuracy to your handwork
September 29, 2016
See why you should be using a featherboard, what to look for when buying one, and check out a few shopmade alternatives.
I’ve used a lot of featherboards, both shopmade and manufactured, and Bow’s FeatherPro stands out from them because of its high-density foam fingers. The foam is dense but with enough…
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