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Pembroke Table with Glen Huey

The newest course added to the line-up is “Pembroke Table with Glen Huey.” This course is divided into tow major sections. During the first half of the course, the table is constructed without mention of inlay – I think it’s important to understand...

Braces & Drills with Ron Herman

Ron Herman discusses woodworking braces, including terminology, sizes and chuck designs. Plus, he shares his take on hand-powered drills as he identifies a small assortment of tools still available at garage sales, flea markets and tool swaps. To continue reading this...

Inlaid Tea Caddy

The newest course added to the line-up is “Inlaid Tea Caddy.” When taking this online course you should look to advance your woodworking skills when it comes to creating and working with shop-made inlay. Building the box itself uncovers a couple of...

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Coping Saw Blades

Is there a difference in cuts of copying saw blades with higher TPI? You bet. But the best reasons to make the switch may not be for the reason you’re thinking. I’m beginning a new project that involves using my coping saw. Whenever I use this tool I...

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New Online Course – Pembroke Table with Glen Huey

Happy day before Thanksgiving. As you prepare for your holiday celebration with family and friends, take a minute to check out the newest online course offering from 360Woodworking.com, Pembroke Table with Glen Huey. (If you’re a member of our community, you...

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What Furniture Tells

Many woodworkers who focus attention on period reproductions “read” the images in books and pieces in museums to discover to what furniture tells them. Designs sometimes clue them in as to what period of furniture history the pieces were built. (It’s...

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More With RECO-BKLYN’s Roger Benton – 360w360 E.257

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Live-Edge Slabs from NYC with Roger Benton – 360w360 E.256

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Gary Rogowski Talks About His New Book & More. – 360w360 E.255

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