Versatile workstation stores all your tablesaw gear and then some
Revitalize your old concrete floor with durable, easy-to-apply epoxy paint
Finally, this safety feature is required on tablesaws, but manufacturers approach it differently
FWW's online audience weighs in on muffling noise, stifling dust, adding light, and reducing moisture
Do these powerful machines have the finesse to finish the job?
Accurate handwork is easier with these clever jigs
Simple system of beams and bases does everything a traditional bench can, and more
A veteran's tool choices make woodworking easier on the body
Maine-based company sells sample boxes of 46 North American wood species commonly used to make furniture
The hardest man-made material has revolutionized woodworking, but quality varies
Work precisely by using these simple tools in unconventional ways
Q: I am having trouble with my 6-in. jointer. Every board I edge-joint ends up tapered. I have adjusted the outfeed table, checked the gibs and locking nuts, and even…
Q:I've seen tablesaw molding heads for sale and wondered what they're used for. Is there an advantage to using them? Stanley Drozd, Chicago, IL A: A molding head is a…
Q: I bought some air-dried white pine. The moisture is at 10%, but it's still oozing pitch. I'm worried that it will bleed through a finish. Any suggestions? Jules Harlan,…
Q:I have a 10-in. miter saw with a thin-kerf, 60-tooth blade. Can I use that blade to cut shop-made inlay on my tablesaw? Ben Hudson, Chattanooga, TN A: Yes, you…
Q: I have a few large mortising chisels that taper from the bolster to the cutting edge. Unfortunately, my honing guide requires the chisel to have parallel sides, or the…
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See kickback in action and learn how a riving knife can help prevent it
Get Anatole Burkin's recipe for turning a two-car garage into a four-season shop
See how this frequent Fine Woodworking contributor took a small garage shop and transformed it into a dream space
Scope out his timber-frame shop on a one-horse farm in Vermont
Find out how one woodworker got around local planning regulations by burying his dream shop
Durable material is simple to install
Add warmth and comfort
Easy-to-install products offer lots of color options
Expansion and a thoughtful layout make an excellent professional workshop from a two-car garage
Get an overview of frame-and-panel case construction.
Andy Rae takes you step-by-step through the process, from setting up the router bits to final glue-up.
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