July 16, 2019
Using the three sleds made in the previous episode, Tim methodically pattern routes the sides in a way that guarantees perfect pieces with no tear out
Tim Rousseau's desk has a lot of curves in it, and just about all of them are routed off of a pattern. In this video, Tim demonstrates how he makes his perfect patterns.
July 2, 2019
I use a lot of epoxy in my woodworking, for everything from gluing up panels to filling holes and cracks. Being a one-man shop, I appreciate the extended open time…
June 20, 2019
Adapting a tip from Dave Fisher's "Carve a Greenwood Bowl," (FWW #263), a reader uses a clamping jig to secure large bowls on the floor while working with a two-handed…
February 21, 2019
Infinity’s Mega Flush Trim router bits are well-made, double-bearing bits with compression shearing cutters made of carbide
December 11, 2018
Chris creates the crown molding in two separate profiles, using a beading plane and molding plane with a cove astragal profile
October 29, 2018
Make your own moldings, from simple to complex, with hollow and round planes
September 26, 2018
Peter Galbert uses a curved card scraper as a shaping tool to fair curves and dial in complex shapes on chair seats
The bandsaw shines for many woodworking jobs, but if you ask Brian Boggs, its greatest potential is revealed when you use it with a template to cut curves
May 7, 2018
My friend Louis DeHan was making a decorative box with a top ornament composed of a turned ball held between two small posts. The problem was figuring out how to…
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