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Makita shows off new 10-inch slider at AWFS Fair

Makita shows off new 10-inch slider at AWFS Fair

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With a crosscut capacity that rivals 12-inch models, Makita's new 10-inch sliding miter saw looks like a winner.

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New Delta midi-lathes have the power, mass, and capacity of larger lathes

New Delta midi-lathes have the power, mass, and capacity of larger lathes

Reacting to customer feedback, Delta has built full-size power, mass, and features into its new mid-sized lathes.

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SawStop rolls out a more affordable cabinet saw, aimed at serious hobbyists

SawStop rolls out a more affordable cabinet saw, aimed at serious hobbyists

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The SawStop Professional Cabinet Saw does almost everything its big brother does, with better dust collection and a much-lower price. It is aimed squarely at small-shop pros and serious hobbyists.

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Tool Time in Vegas: AWFS 2009 Roundup

Tool Time in Vegas: AWFS 2009 Roundup

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Keep tabs on the coolest new tool releases set to debut at this year's AWFS fair.

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Moving with Tools

Moving with Tools

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How much does it cost for a moving company to relocate a small shop 300 miles?

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Shooting Board

Shooting Board

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A shooting board is invaluable for precise work. Here's a simple, effective approach.

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Hand Plane

Hand Plane

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Made with Bloodwood with Santos mahagony infills.  Iron and cap made from pickup leaf spring.  Adjustable mouth and replaceable sole.  Some of the design features are from a Norris...

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Salt Lake City Plane Maker Creates Line of Infill Smoothers

Salt Lake City Plane Maker Creates Line of Infill Smoothers

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Gabardi & Son is hand-crafting planes to last generations

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The Brese Small Smoother Kit - Final Build Session

The Brese Small Smoother Kit - Final Build Session

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This is the third and concluding build session of this small infill smoother.

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Surgeon slices fingers on tablesaw

Surgeon slices fingers on tablesaw

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Looking at the dangerous technques at play here, it's no wonder that this woodworker, a vascular surgeon, seriously injured himself on his tablesaw. This video is rated VB for Very Bloody.

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Splittin Cane

Splittin' Cane

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The fine art of bamboo fly rod building.

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Legacy Tables

"Legacy" Tables

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"Legacy" tables made in the legacy of nakashima  Spalted Maple with dyed bases.

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Poll: The Next FWW Tool Test

Poll: The Next FWW Tool Test

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What tool test would you like to see next in the Fine Woodworking magazine? Take our poll...    

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The Brese Small Smoother Kit: Session Two

The Brese Small Smoother Kit: Session Two

For those interested, follow me through the second session of building Ron Brese’s Small Smoother kit.In Session 1 I had infilled the plane with a practice Jarrah infill. This was to work out...

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Revamping a broken spokeshave

Revamping a broken spokeshave

From a throw away antique to a revamped tool

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Make a Plane from a Kit: Brese Small Smoother - beginnings

Make a Plane from a Kit: Brese Small Smoother - beginnings

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This was the first session of building the small smoother kit from Ron Brese.

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Spalted Maple and Walnut Tool Cabinet

Spalted Maple and Walnut Tool Cabinet

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I built this tool cabinet for my hand tools, so it seemed appropriate to maximize my use of hand tools. The drawer and frame dovetails are all cut with saw and chisel, and all surfaces are finished...

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Centre scribe and drilling jig

Centre scribe and drilling jig

I really wanted the new Bridge City Tools drill jig, but it was way too expensive so i made one of my own....it's jatoba which is very hard wearing and slightly self oiling...  You can see a...

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Hanging Hand Tool Cabinet

Hanging Hand Tool Cabinet

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All joinery and wood cut by hand tools, cobbled together from ideas of other's cabinets.  Carcass joinery are hand cut thru dovetails, the drawers are half blind dovetails.

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How many hammers does it take to drive a nail?

How many hammers does it take to drive a nail?

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How not to kill time in your woodworking shop.

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