April 1, 2009
Learn to operate a jointer safely for flattening lumber and straightening edges.
Get a grip on the most dangerous tool in your shop. Learn best practices for protecting your ears, eyes and limbs when operating a tablesaw.
A lathe used for turning wood can operate at speeds upwards of 2,000 rpm. That means safety is paramount. Study these safe procedures for operating a woodworking lathe.
Drills come in a variety of sizes and styles, but basic drilling safety is universal. Here are a list of guidelines and proceedures for operating a drill press or drill/driver.
The key to using handplanes safely is to choose the right plane for the task and keep the tools sharp and properly tuned. The rest is just practice.
Hand tools are deceptively dangerous, especially the woodworking chisel. Follow this sound advice and you can stay safe while working with chisels.
A new and amazing plugin for SketchUp
March 31, 2009
Take a tour of organized chaos, in the shop of Gregory Paolini
March 30, 2009
Check out this coffee table made from “green” wood in The Gallery.
March 28, 2009
A proud father sends us a letter with photos of a Queen Anne highboy that his two sons made based on an article in Fine Woodworking. These are the letters…
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