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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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Four Advantages of a European Style Table Saw Fence
By Paul Mayer on May 10, 2021

I recently had the opportunity to spend some time in my shop with the Laguna Fusion F2 and F3 table saws, and in the process I was introduced to...

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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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How To Turn Pictures Into Wooden Engravings
By George Vondriska on April 21, 2021

Use your CNC router, and a little wood stain, to turn pictures into engravings. The process produces a tintype appearance.

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How To Create a Painted Letter Sign
By George Vondriska on April 14, 2021

Sign making on a CNC router is very common. The letters you cut will really pop if they’re painted. Here’s an easy way to mask off the sign before...

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