July 8, 2020
A collection of articles and videos that will teach you the important things to know before operating a tablesaw.
Working on a project that involves opening up the wall between the kitchen and living room while keeping each one a distinct space, Nancy Hiller creates suspended shelves which act as a subtle divider.
July 6, 2020
Many believe hobbyist woodworkers couldn’t possibly be as good, fast, and talented as pros, but Vic Tesolin argues this is a silly notion.
July 3, 2020
Mike, Anissa, and Ben discuss dust collection for bandsaws, keeping notes during a project, a listener's odd glue-line failure, and try a woodworking potpourri for the first time.
July 1, 2020
Tim Killen uses a SketchUp plug-in, Fredo Curvaloft Skin Contours, to help him model a complex shape on a challenging Queen Anne leg.
June 30, 2020
For Megan Fitzpatrick, there is simply no faster way to remove a chip from a blade or erase a too-large secondary bevel than a high-speed wheel grinder.
June 29, 2020
Broken dowel joints are common when restoring old chairs. David Johnson demonstrates his techniques for bringing life back to these classics.
June 26, 2020
An innovative and skilled pre-Civil War craftsman, Thomas Day was one of the leading figures of American furniture.
June 22, 2020
Considering its versatility, Mke Farrington thinks the pipe clamp is an underrated, yet cost-effective, tool.
June 19, 2020
Megan Fitzpatrick joins Barry and Ben to discuss Moxon vises, wooden vs. metal-bodied handplanes, tri-squares vs. combo squares, grinders, and why it's worth building a tool chest.
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