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Cut Upholstery Foam With a Bandsaw
By Willie Sandry on June 21, 2021

The bandsaw is an incredibly versatile woodworking tool. I use my Laguna 1412 all the time for notching, resawing, as well as cutting curved...

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Pen Turning Basics
By George Vondriska on June 16, 2021

Turning pens on your lathe is a blast, and offers some great advantages:

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DIY Summertime Beer Tote
By Paul Mayer on June 14, 2021

As we move into the summer months, my project ideas seem to gravitate to projects which support warm weather activities. My friend Dave likes to...

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CNC: How to Fly Cut Your Spoilboard
By George Vondriska on June 9, 2021

The spoilboard on your CNC router is a disposable commodity. Not in the sense that you’ll throw it out and get a new one, but in the sense that...

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Matching an Antique Finish
By Willie Sandry on June 7, 2021

I like to restore antique furniture, especially when it’s a classic piece of arts and crafts history. My favorites are rocking chairs and...

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CNC: Create a Textured Dome
By George Vondriska on June 2, 2021

It’s easy to create a hand-carved look on a domed lid using VCarve Pro software and your CNC router.

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Turn a Magnetic Bottle Opener Without a Hardware Kit
By Paul Mayer on May 31, 2021

Here’s a bottle opener with a unique design that you can quickly produce in quantities. The cute little opener costs virtually nothing to make,...

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Make a Mortise and Tenon Joint
By George Vondriska on May 26, 2021

If you own a router table you can easily produce a mortise and tenon joint. Commonly used in furniture construction (tables and chairs) mortise...

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Automated Dust Collection on the Fusion F2 Tablesaw
By Willie Sandry on May 24, 2021

Fully automated dust collection – just a luxury or a sensible feature for small shops? Having a good dust collector connected to all your shop...

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How To Make a Router Table Lock Rabbet Joint
By George Vondriska on May 19, 2021

I love the lock rabbet joint. It’s incredibly strong, providing lots of glue surface and mechanical grab between the parts. With these set up...

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