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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...

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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...

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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...

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