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How to Make an Outdoor Wood Sign
By George Vondriska on September 28, 2022

Intersted in making a painted sign? This 1-1/2” x 24” x 36” sign was made on a CNC. A number of steps were done to get this result, from glueing to...

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Tips On How To Make An End Grain Cutting Board
By Willie Sandry on September 15, 2022

A cutting board might be one of the very first projects you tackle as a woodworker, but have you ever made an end grain cutting board? They make an...

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How To Create A Textured Sign With A CNC Machine
By George Vondriska on September 7, 2022

Creating a raised letter sign with a textured background is an easy tasks to do when using V-Carve Pro and your CNC router. Not only does the...

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Eight Key Fundamentals Woodworkers Must Know
By Willie Sandry on August 31, 2022

1. Mortise before TenonIt’s the quintessential order of operations in woodworking, and it’s nearly always true. Usually, you’ll cut the mortise...

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Simple Hacks to Common Woodworking Mistakes
By Willie Sandry on August 24, 2022

Sometimes mistakes happen. No matter how careful you are, if you’ve been a woodworker for a while, you know mistakes are sort of unavoidable...

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Calibrate Your CNC Touch Plate For Best Results
By George Vondriska on August 17, 2022

Touch plates, also known as pucks, are commonly used to set the Z-zero on CNC routers. The concept is simple. When the machine is told to do so, the...

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CNC Tips: How to Flycut Wood
By George Vondriska on August 15, 2022

Fly cutting is a very important maintenance task that you need to do, but it can be used for more than just leveling your spoilboard. This burr oak...

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Tablesaw Hacks: How To Make A Tenoning Jig
By Willie Sandry on August 4, 2022

If you’ve made many tenons on the tablesaw, you know there are a several common ways to get the job done. One is simply to use a dado blade and miter...

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All The Basics About Bandsaw Blades
By Willie Sandry on August 1, 2022

Most woodworkers I know put one blade on the bandsaw and keep it there.  Maybe that’s because they don’t have a good selection of blades, or maybe...

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How to Build Traditional Nightstands
By Paul Mayer on July 25, 2022

I recently built a pair of walnut nightstands for my daughter, these being the first (hopefully, of many) pieces of furniture that are built...

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