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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 your...

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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 armchairs...

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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 and...

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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 tools...

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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 tricks...

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Make a Log Cookie Coffee Table
By George Vondriska on May 5, 2021

Log cookies, also called rounds, can be beautiful. Add hairpin legs, and just like that you have a lovely table.

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How To Make Hand-Cut Bowties
By George Vondriska on April 28, 2021

Bowties (also called butterflies) provide a great way to stabilize cracks. Creating your bowties from scratch allows you to make them any size you...

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Get Professional Results with Wipe-on Polyurethane
By Paul Mayer on April 26, 2021

You’ve poured your heart and soul into a woodworking project, and demonstrated your proficiency in the craft. Now it’s time to put apply a finish,...

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Measuring Tablesaw Dust Collection Efficiency
By Willie Sandry on April 19, 2021

If you’ve ever wanted to improve dust collection at the tablesaw, knowing how to measure its current efficiency is a great place to start. Obviously,...

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How to Install Inset Drawers with a Perfect Gap
By Paul Mayer on April 12, 2021

Sometimes a furniture project calls for inset drawers, and it can be a humbling experience to try to install the drawer fronts with a consistent gap...

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