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Make your work eye-catching using a few simple tools, scraps from projects past and hot sand in a skillet. To continue reading this presentation or to watch the video, you must purchase a 360 Fanatic...
Ron Herman discusses three common, hand-powered miter box choices, and explains how they differ and which would be the better choice given experience and availability. To continue reading this presentation or to watch the video, you must purchase a 360 Fanatic...
As I progressed to building furniture, I spent time building stairs, making built-in cabinets and constructing fireplace walls. One of my early walls was for my own home, a 6’-0” wide by 9’-0” tall assembly of red oak rails, stiles and raised panels. It taught me a...
This past week I had a few woodworkers in class to build a Stickley desk based on a L & JG Stickley #602 original. No, we didn’t keep the project as a true reproduction. We added side and rear slats to dress it up a bit, and updated different aspects to make...read more
Last year sometime, 360 Woodworking purchased a few slabs of bowling alley with the idea to turn them into workbenches. If you’re not familiar with bowling allies, which I was not, you may be in for a couple of surprises. Surprise #1 is that a bowling alley is...read more
While I was working on a tea caddy for an upcoming 360 Woodworking class, I decided to knock out a simple, table saw jig to cut miters on small parts. Normally, I use a miter saw for this work, but with the pieces being small I opted to work on a machine that allowed...read more