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Re: UPDATE: Furniture Design & Construction by Graham Blackburn

good luck to me

Re: UPDATE: Making Frame and Panel Doors by Hendrik Varju


Re: Tenon jig for the miter gauge

not knocking the design cuz I haven't tried it, but whats the advantage of this over a "on-the-fence" style tennoning jig. From what I've seen, they look much simpler to construct. Again, just curious, not critical.

Re: Update: The Handmade Skateboard by Matt Berger

this makes me want to get my skateboard back out.

Re: UPDATE: Making Drawers by Hendrik Varju


Re: UPDATE: Finishing Wood from Fine Woodworking

couldn't hurt

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking's Tables and Chairs

this looks awesome!

Re: UPDATE: 3 Book Giveaway! Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to...

These look awesome

Re: Shop Talk Live 30: Super-Smooth Handplane Tips

Matt Kenney is looking a lot like Mike these days according to the picture up above. Or maybe there is a slack job being done by whoever the Senior web producer is....

On a side note, another fine episode guys, and I really learned a lot about the differences and uses of different plane angles.

Re: Shop Talk Live 29: Secrets for Sharp Blades and Perfect Plane Irons

My all time favorite tracks are "Life of a Benchdog" and "Purple Haze (on my plane iron)". Thanks again for the help. The table is finished and my son loves it. He wants to eat every meal at it.

Re: Shop Talk Live 29: Secrets for Sharp Blades and Perfect Plane Irons

Thanks for answering my question today guys! The "faux" tenon is a great idea! I guess thats why they pay you the big bucks. On a side note... faux tenon sounds like an awesome band name.

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