August 27, 2019
In this episode, Tim Rousseau discusses why he chose the joinery used in his desk, and heads back to the shaper and tablesaw to shape and contour the last of the desk components
Craig Thibodeau demonstrates a simple jig that makes it simpler to draw large single-radius curves
August 20, 2019
In this episode, Tim adds a tenon to the desktop with a tool most often found in pro shops, the shaper
August 14, 2019
It may be noisy. It may be dusty. But in a pro shop like Chris Becksvoort's, where time is money, it's hard to beat the belt sander for producing great results quickly.
August 8, 2019
Template routing is easier and more accurate when you do the initial trimming on the bandsaw using this guide pin.
August 6, 2019
In this episode, Tim Rousseau heads over to the tablesaw to taper the legs. Then, it's back to more pattern routing
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…
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