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As woodworkers, we all love the look and feel of all kinds of wood. The color, the grain characteristics and the way it finishes are the things we all love about working with wood. To modern woodworkers, for the most part, the wood itself is pretty much the product....
The title of this “Captivating Curiosities Uncovered” is audacious. In fact, I think I should underline the second word in the title. (I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but I am uncovering the perfect woodworking project and you’ve been curious to know what that project...
(This is the third installment in a series of presentations on how to produce curved components in woodworking. The first installment dealt with stacked laminations (find it here), and the second discussed brick-laying – how to develop curve parts using small wooden...
I’m working on a contemporary project that uses aluminum angle as its legs. I decided to taper the legs, along with another embellishment. The metal then has to be smoothed with files and sanded for a cleaner look and better feel. Because I’m using...read more
A couple of weeks back, I wrapped up a three-presentation series on curved components. The last of the series covered bent laminations. (Other parts of the series discussed brick laying and stacked laminations.) Glue application is key. You have to spread glue on...read more
Last week I was in the shop and a friend had to reach a skosh farther into a cabinet than he anticipated. The screw he was after was just beyond the reach of his drill/driver and its magnetic, bit-tip holder. I had a longer holder, but it was clear across the shop in...read more