February 27, 2017
For Rollie Johnson, the best way for him to keep his tools sharp is to make sure it's easy to do, so he put together a workstation that he can wheel anywhere in the shop
February 8, 2017
Router jig simplifies complex chair joinery
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…
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.
December 19, 2016
Hide glue is one of my favorite furniture glues but I often hear people remark that it would be fun to try hot hide glue, but the cost of buying a glue pot was prohibitive
December 2, 2016
If your combo square isn't as accurate as you'd like, don't buy a new one. It's relatively simple to square it up!
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