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Best Tips is chock-full of dozens of valuable woodworking tips & tricks!
Need a zero clearance throat plate for your tablesaw? Make one. The process is detailed in our latest free chapter download.
Best Tips is chock-full of dozens of valuable woodworking tips & tricks! - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Best Tips is chock-full of dozens of valuable woodworking tips & tricks!


One of the key differences between the accomplished woodworker and the frustrated hobbyist is ingenuity. Once a craftsperson has learned their way around tablesaws, bandsaws, and milling machinery, they begin to acquire a knack for problem solving that rivals the ingenious inventions of Leonardo. OK, perhaps I'm going a bit too far. The point is, great woodworkers are great problem solvers. Over the course of its 35-year history, Fine Woodworking has compiled literally thousands of terrific tips to make shop time easier and more fun.

More of Our Best Tips & Tricks

• Breadboard Ends Jig 
• Sharpening Stone Jig 
• Safer Sliding Dovetail Keys 
• Avoiding Glue Squeeze-Out 
• Complete List of Fine Woodworking Fast Fix Videos  

In this free chapter download from our latest collection of woodworking tips & tricks (Fine Woodworking's Best Tips on Finishing, Sharpening, Gluing, Storage, and More), you'll learn techniques for augmenting and accessorizing your tablesaw that run the gamut from the super simple, to the truly unique. From ingenious jigs that work like a Swiss army knife--to making your own throat plates, you'll learn a whole host of tips from seasoned veterans who have been around the block more than a few times!

Click here to download your free chapter!



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Comments (1)

Woodsmithy Woodsmithy writes: There is a lot great tips that I've seen before, but it sure would be handy to have them all in one book as a shop reference. I'll probably buy it, or put it on my gift wish list.
Posted: 8:59 am on March 16th

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