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DIY Leather Plane Holder Using a CNC Drag Knife
By George Vondriska on July 8, 2022

Now that you know what a Drag Knife is, let’s do a project and put a drag knife to use.  Be sure you follow the recipe in previous article about the...

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How To Make A Spline Box Using Your Tablesaw
By Willie Sandry on July 5, 2022

Make this decorative splined box with only one power tool – a tablesaw!  This figured maple keepsake box features an aromatic cedar bottom, and...

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How To Make a Wine Rack With Your CNC Machine
By George Vondriska on June 28, 2022

Give your bottles of wine a special place by making this wine rack with your CNC router.  It’s made from ½” plywood, has an epoxy accent and relies...

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Five Woodworking Tips for Complex Builds
By Paul Mayer on June 27, 2022

Woodworking glue-ups can be complicated, which causes stress for many woodworkers.  The risk is that you are unable to complete the assembly before...

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How To Use A Drag Knife With A CNC Router
By George Vondriska on June 22, 2022

What’s a Drag Knife? When you think about using your CNC router you probably think about cutting wood, non-ferrous metal, or plastic using a router...

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Five Woodworking Jigs and Fixtures For Bandsaws, Tablesaws, and Routers
By Willie Sandry on June 15, 2022

What are the top jigs and fixtures used in a well-equipped woodshop?  In addition to a solid assortment of quality power tools, you’ll want to...

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How To Use Grain Filler To Improve Wood Finish
By Paul Mayer on June 13, 2022

When finishing a porous hardwood such as oak or walnut, the open pore structure can cause your final surface to appear coarse and rippled rather than...

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Woodworking Joints For Cabinet Drawers
By Willie Sandry on June 6, 2022

If you build furniture long enough, you’ll encounter a need to build drawer boxes.  Want to tackle a home renovation involving cabinets?  You’ll need...

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Common CO2 Laser Materials 101
By Jim Diederich on June 1, 2022

Most of the laser jobs that I work on are either done on wood or on plastic. I would also say that these are the two most common choices of materials...

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Five Tips for Starting a Woodworking YouTube Channel
By Paul Mayer on May 30, 2022

In a recent blog, I presented some reasons why I think you should consider starting a YouTube channel to share your woodworking with the world.  If...

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