A woodworker's new space is a year-round haven for his favorite hobby
Plane hundreds of feet of lumber with no tearout and no knife changes
The industry gets serious about the subject, with safer products for every budget
Easy-to-make drawer dividers keep tools safe and secure
Readers help us design the perfect power-tool workstation
With better filters and features, new vacs are must-have companions for power tools
Never wrestle with sheet goods again
A workbench with an end vise and front vise is easily the most important tool in your shop
Q: After reading Asa Christiana’s Q&A on the safety of American tablesaws (FWW #220), I went looking for a riving knife to put on my older saw. However, I couldn’t find one.…
Q: I followed Michael Fortune’s advice for resawing in his video ("Resawing on the Bandsaw," FineWoodworking.com), but I did not get plies of consistent thickness when resawing some mesquite. The…
Q: I’m making my first workbench and want some advice on which wood to use for the top. I like ash and it’s readily available where I live. Would it…
Q: I spent a long time adjusting the 90° stop on my tablesaw. At first it worked fine, but now the blade always stops short of 90°. What’s wrong and…
Q: Is there any reason to apply more than one coat of wax over a finish? Keith Patterson, Dearborn, MI A: No. One Coat is all you need. Although wax…
Make it quick and convenient and you won't hesitate
Learn how Scottish woodworker Adrian McCurdy splits huge oak logs and shapes them into lumber to make furniture.
Furniture maker Adrian McCurdy works with riven wood on the grass behind his Scottish home.
These holders can be adapted to fit any cabinet and can be made in no time
Take a video tour of a workbench specially-built for power tool users
Learn how to turn new home center hinges into century old antiques
Is the cost of upgrading your planer's conventional cutterheads with a segmented model worth it?
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