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February 8, 2017
Increase the precision of crosscuts and tablesawn joinery
I make a lot of doors with cope-and-stick joints. You have to have the fence aligned with the bearing on the bit for all of the operations, and when you…
I recently built a small Shaker side table. Inspired by Christian Becksvoort’s article “Authentic Shaker Knobs”, I made my own knobs for the drawers. I adapted his bandsaw jig for…
I make my own drawing bows using mason’s line and a thin strip of hardwood, slotted on its ends for the string. The traditional method is to then tie knots…
Ideal clamps for jigs and sacrificial fences
Tim Coleman keeps a healthy supply of drawing bows in his shop. In this video Tim shows off his favorites and how he uses them.
Stop blocks help you cut parts more accurately and more consistently. Bob shows you why you need to use stop blocks more often in your shop.
November 29, 2016
Mike shows you the features he looks for in his workbenches and reviews some work holding accessories that help him get the most out of his planes
November 2, 2016
See Mike Pekovich's essential bench jigs in use, and hear why he considers them an integral part of his workflow
Planing stops and saw hooks add speed and accuracy to your handwork
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