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When it comes to tweaking the final shape or if you have a small amount of tearout to smooth, there are no better tools in woodworking than card scrapers and cabinet scrapers. These are simple tools that when sharp can save your project at almost any step prior to...
If you’re hanging a picture, tacking loose upholstery, nailing down toe-strip or framing a wall, you most often grab a hammer out of your tool box. Is the hammer in your tool arsenal the only choice you have? Did you purchase it for a reason – a reason other than it...
Bob Van Dyke (Fig. 1), owner of the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking (CVSW), traveled a woodworking career path unlike most others. He began his work life as a chef, but after 18 years, 15 of which were enjoyable, he found himself gravitating toward...
While working on an upcoming article on different methods to create curved components, I needed to cut a large radius into a base of particle board. Most of the circle-cutting jigs I have around the shop are set for diameters less than 24″. I needed an instant...read more
Last week we posted an article from Ron Herman on hammers. I grew up in the construction industry using hammers almost daily, but during our conversation Ron taught me a few things. I thought it would be fun to pose a couple of questions to you to see if you’d...read more
As you read on our blog, Matt Bickford is in house this week to hold a class on how to make molding planes. During the class the guys making their planes need to heat treat the irons. Matt has a great setup for this process. The entire package looks ominous, but Matt...read more