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Drill/impact driver kits are a good value

Drill/impact driver kits are a good value

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Porter-Cable, Hitachi, and Makita are offering impact drivers and drill-drivers that share batteries

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The Carpenter

The Carpenter

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This is a sculpture about my father who taught me woodworking when I was just a kid. Many of the tools on this piece were his. His outfit is made of 13 ply hardwood plywood cut up to make the parkay...

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Letter Knife

Letter Knife

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Guidelines to creating a letter knife of your own.

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Upgraded Mitersaw Station - Times 3 - Times 16

Upgraded Mitersaw Station - Times 3 - Times 16

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This is how I have upgraded my mitersaw station. Made out of 3/4"-thick MDF, this 16 drawers 8'-long X 18"-deep X 8"-high nest raise up the station at a confortable height for my 6' tall person...

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Become one of our Tool Experts; Win Fabulous Prizes

Become one of our Tool Experts; Win Fabulous Prizes

Our annual Tool Survey is underway...

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Horizontal Router Table

Horizontal Router Table

I saw the horizontal router table article by Ernie Conover and had to design one for myself. Mine is loosely based on his design, but made with several improvements such as a larger top...

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Coachmakers Rabbet Plane

Coachmakers Rabbet Plane

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I was inspired by an article in a 1987 FWW to build this plane. It is a reproduction of a type used by 19th century artisans. The body is made from Purpleheart and I ground the blade from a 34"...

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Duck head scraper

Duck head scraper

This duck head scraper win the first prize  in the aesthetics category at the WoodCentral's first toolmaking contest.

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Carving Knife

Carving Knife

I made this knife for a friend upon finding out that he didn't own one suitable for carving.  I made the blade from a jigsaw blade and carved the handle from a choice piece of Pacific Dogwood...

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Plane O Box

Plane O' Box

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New mini-lathe features granite bed and headstock

New mini-lathe features granite bed and headstock

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Steel City Tool Works has added a mini-lathe to its growing line of machines that substitute granite for cast iron. The lathe, model No. 60170G, features a 1/2 hp totally enclosed fan-cooled TEFC...

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Dust Deputy arrests dust

Dust Deputy arrests dust

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Mini cyclone separator helps your shop vacuum run at peak efficiency

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Its Hip to Have a Square or Two

It's Hip to Have a Square or Two

These two small tools are critical if you want a well-equipped shop

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A Sharpening Strategy: beyond a sharp edge.

A Sharpening Strategy: beyond a sharp edge.

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Getting a sharp edge is critical for optimal use of handtools. Keeping the edge sharp is even more important.

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Cherry tool box

Cherry tool box

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After looking at many plans for ideas, I came up with this heirloom tool box. It took me a month to build and was an enjoyable project. It is made of solid cherry that I bought roughsawn.

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Brass Inlay Plane

Brass Inlay Plane

This plane was made w/ 3/16" brass, Rosewood tote & knob, Jabota for the cap lever. The sides &sloe have 3/16" x 3/4" finger joints, soldered. The tote & knob were exopied amp...

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Six Ways to Hold a No. 1 Plane

Six Ways to Hold a No. 1 Plane

An tongue-in-cheek guide to handling a tiny tool

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Scroll Saw Blade Holder

Scroll Saw Blade Holder

A six-tube scroll saw blade holder to help organize blades and tools at the bench for a woodworker doing marquetry. Video and SketchUp plans available at the Folding Rule Blog.

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An air-quality monitor at an affordable price

An air-quality monitor at an affordable price

Wood dust isn’t good for your lungs. And, of all the wood dust that floats in the air of your shop, the smallest particles -- those under 2.5 microns (or about 1/24th the size of a human hair...

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A few words in favor of small tools

A few words in favor of small tools

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Why I like working with small handplanes and chisels

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