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June 1, 2016
Tape measures have a hook at the end that moves in and out to compensate for inside and outside measurements. However, after years of constant use, the holes wear out and can move 1⁄16 in. or more. In this Drawing Board video, you’ll learn how to make sure that your tape measure is still reliable.
May 31, 2016
Ten tools that every woodworker should have to layout your next project
March 30, 2016
These tiny tools will have a big impact on your furniture
February 10, 2016
A bit of chisel work adds sophistication to an old-time joint
December 2, 2015
A celebrated craftsman explains his devotion to an indispensable cabinetmaking tool
October 28, 2015
This wall-mounted rack holds a lot of clamps and only takes about 4 ft. of horizontal wall space. The clamps are arranged on varying lengths of threaded black pipe. The…
September 30, 2015
This is a well-machined plane with only a small amount of backlash in the Baileystyle adjustment mechanisms
This plane required a lot of work
The cap-iron screw on the Kunz 5Plus was very fussy in use and while the back of the blade was very close to flat, it was ground coarsely, and it took a while to remove the scratches from it
Out of the box, the Stanley’s stamped chipbreaker was easy to tune up, but the blade suffered from a high spot in the center that was hard to remove
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