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Build A Mid Century Stereo Rack Or Cabinet
By Willie Sandry on January 6, 2022

Woodworking projects come in all shapes and complexity levels. My favorite projects are medium-sized like a cabinet or coffee table, with a little...

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How To Make Epoxy Christmas Ornaments
By George Vondriska on December 22, 2021

Here’s a fun hand-made gift you can use as a stocking stuffer. Grab some plastic cookie cutters and epoxy, and we’ll get started on making...

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Top 10 Wood Shop Accessories
By Willie Sandry on December 20, 2021

Resaw King. A carbide tipped bandsaw blade has to be the number one wood shop accessory. Equip your 1412 bandsaw with a ¾” wide Resaw King blade...

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CNC Cut a Custom Router Bit Tray
By George Vondriska on December 15, 2021

Turn your router bit storage from this….

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Top 5 Small Shop Power Tools
By Willie Sandry on December 6, 2021

Tablesaw. Well, it probably comes as no surprise that a tablesaw is the centerpiece of most any shop. Even in a small or mid-sized woodshop, I...

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CNC Hold-Down Strategies
By George Vondriska on November 24, 2021

You’ve got to have your work secured, and secured well, when you’re running your CNC router. You simply can’t take a chance that your work will...

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Five Pen Turning Tips From Brandon Branch
By Paul Mayer on November 15, 2021

Turning pens is a favorite pursuit of many craftsmen for a number of reasons:

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Make a Spring Seat Cushion
By Willie Sandry on November 1, 2021

I needed to reupholster a large Stickley rocking chair, and discovered the old seat frame was damaged. So, before I could tackle the upholstery, I...

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Using Your CNC Router As A Plotter
By George Vondriska on October 27, 2021

Did you know you can use felt tip markers instead of router bits in your CNC?  This allows you to use the CNC as a plotter.  No special software...

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Choose the Right Dust Collector
By Paul Mayer on October 11, 2021

Breathing wood dust is a known health hazard, so as woodworkers we owe it to ourselves and our families to invest in proper dust collection. There

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