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With the release of this Online Course, 360Woodworking.com begins a new chapter. About 10 times per year, depending on the project selected, a new course will be added to the website. That course is free to all members for as long as they remain a member. Simply sign...

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During my days as a woodworking magazine editor I attended AWFS only once, even though the show happens every other year. At the event I attended, I have to say that I was blown away by the student exhibit, which is nowadays known as Fresh Wood. (It may have had the...

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Simple Lathe Tool Cart

I’m at the beginning of a project that has turning work out the wazoo. Eight legs that are turned, with stop-flutes, too. My lathe and its tools were my Dad’s at one time. His lathe tools hung on a wall behind the lathe – he had easy access. Where the...

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