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Finger Joints on your CNC Router

Did you know you can cut finger joints on your CNC router? Here’s what you need to know to make this joint.

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Onion Skinning for Small Parts on Your CNC

Onion skinning, leaving a paper-thin bit of material at the bottom of a profile cut, is a great way to keep small parts secure on a CNC router.

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CNC: Using a Point Roundover Bit

If you’ve ever used a hand-held router or router table you’re probably familiar with roundover bits. They’re great for easing the edges on your...

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The MANY Advantages of a Smaller Diameter Blade on Your Table Saw

Most woodworkers own a table saw, and the majority of those saws have a 10” blade installed on them.

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VCarve Pro: Importing Router Bit Profiles

Are you using VCarve Pro to design and toolpath your CNC projects? Let’s look at how you can easily import and add router bits to the software’s...

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Logs to Lumber on a Bandsaw

There are plenty of good reasons for mastering this process: Get species you can’t commercially buy. Control the dimensions of your stock. (Great...

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Make a Modern Graduated Strip Cutting Board

In the past I ran a business with my father where we sold a variety of wooden products, and one of our all-time best sellers was this contrasting...

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Zero In On Your Origin

You may have had this experience on your CNC router; you’ve determined the XY origin for your project, and you need to get the spindle directly...

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CNC Hold Down Methods

When you use a hand-held router for your woodworking you get constant feedback on what’s happening. When you “rout” with a CNC, the machine is...

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How to Make a Barn Quilt

Barn quilts are fun to make, and a great way to let your creative juices flow. The barn quilt shown here is 24” x 24”, but you can make yours as...

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