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Most people who turn bowls and vessels work with a single blank of wood. But a large group of turners make a blank by gluing up dozens – sometimes thousands – of pieces that are often no bigger than a Scrabble tile. There’s method in this compulsiveness. The selection...
Robert Crosman was born in Taunton, Mass. in 1707. He is believed to be the person responsible for group of around 30 pieces of furniture – chests of differing designs – thought to be the largest body of paint-decorated furniture produced by a single early craftsman....
Ron Herman shares how shop scraps can increase speed and accuracy to improve your joinery whether you’re using hand tools, power tools or a combination of both. To continue reading this presentation or to watch the video, you must purchase a 360 Fanatic...
When I slice packs of shop-made inlay or work with material that’s expensive, I generally install a 7-1/4”-diameter, thin saw blade on my table saw. The smaller-diameter blades produce less waste and the material with which I’m working stays around longer. That’s a...read more
I’ve watched the woodworking Internet recently to see an uptick in cutting boards. This is catching my attention because most days I’m in the shop, I’m working on projects that require my head be in the game for hours, or days, at a time. There are...read more
This week we were up at Ron Herman’s (woodworkingwithron.com) new shop near New Holland, Ohio. We went to record a couple of videos and to grab a podcast or two. With Ron there is never a dull minute, and always something to learn, such as with the miter box....read more