Just finished four tables that I started two years ago. I incorporated several skills and techniques which were new to me: resawing to get bookmatched table tops, hand-cut dovetails, sock…
That causes chills down my spine.
You have an artistic flare and sense of proportion. Amazingly, you also have the skills to execute cleanly on your first "full piece." This is a beautiful table.
Great! I can't wait for the 2013 edition of FWW Live!
I have savored every minute of my three days in New Paltz. The morning plenary presentations, the small group sessions, and the in-between times of chewing the fat with like-minded folk: it was all worth my six months of anticipation. Thank you to Asa and the whole crew at Fine Woodworking!
I'm already registered and I'm giddy about attending. It would be great to win the free ticket, but I'll be there either way!
I receive this news with disappointment. After purchasing a 3 HP cabinet saw and a 3 HP double drum sander two years ago, I have been very happy with General. I am hopeful that their products will be available in the future, even if they're made in Southeast Asia.
The Woodpeckers Rule Stop 1" version. Use this with a steel rule. It's very handy for joinery and other precise layouts.
I agree with the above: it is good to see a realistic shop setting. I do love working on my shop and I have to fight the urge to spend even more time on the setting itself.
Oak shorts discarded by flooring contractors are a useful source of material. I could afford to use virgin lumber all the time, but I get an added level of satisfaction making something beautiful and useful out of wood that would otherwise have gone to the landfill.
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