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A Step-By-Step Of Sheet Engraving On A CO2 Laser
By Jim Diederich on May 4, 2022

Often times I get orders for small items, but a large quantity. Depending on how many individual items the order is for, I will sometimes make a...

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Three Reasons Why You Should Start a Woodworking Channel on YouTube
By Paul Mayer on May 2, 2022

If you’re like many woodworkers, you occasionally watch a woodworking video on YouTube and say to yourself “I could do that.” You might even say “I...

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Dry Your Own Lumber
By Willie Sandry on April 25, 2022

One of the biggest boons to sourcing hardwood lumber has been my lumber kiln. Before having the ability to kiln dry my own lumber, I was reliant on...

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CNC: Feed Through Tiling for Large Projects - Tiling and Machining the Workpiece
By George Vondriska on April 20, 2022

You can easily machine workpieces that are significantly longer than your CNC router by using Feed Through tiling. For the design and toolpath...

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Finishing Tips From Wood Turning Pro Michael Earley
By Paul Mayer on April 18, 2022

I recently had the opportunity to attend a finishing seminar that was led by renown artist/woodturner Michael Early. Michael produces some of the...

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CNC: Feed Through Tiling for Large Projects - Design and Toolpaths
By George Vondriska on April 13, 2022

As you consider projects you want to do on your CNC router remember that your capacity is only limited in one direction, the width of the gantry....

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Make a Motawi Tile Frame
By Willie Sandry on April 11, 2022

Make this handsome art tile frame with just a tablesaw and a bandsaw. The main corner joints are half-lap joints made with a dado blade, and the...

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How To Laser Engrave A Wood Sign
By Jim Diederich on April 6, 2022

One of the most common materials to be engraved or cut on the laser is wood. There are all types of wood that serve different purposes. It is...

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Turn a Copper and Wood Barrel Bottle Stopper
By Paul Mayer on April 4, 2022

Turning bottle stoppers is highly addictive, and this copper and wood barrel wine bottle stopper is an example of where that rabbit hole can take...

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How To Reface Cabinets
By Willie Sandry on March 28, 2022

If you have a bathroom or kitchen that needs an update, consider re-facing the cabinets instead of replacing them. Re-facing cabinets simply means...

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