Monarch Introduces Bandsaw Precision

There’s a new woodworking tool company emerging to the world. Monarch Industrial has just launched a new product that is the answer to the most-often asked question in bandsaw setup. How do you accurately adjust the tension on your bandsaw blade? With the release of its new Tension Gauge, Monarch introduces bandsaw precision. Every woodworker[...]
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Miter Saw Accuracy Continued

Once again inaccurate information on the internet drives the 360 WoodWorking team to take to the airwaves. This time the topic is driven by people running down buying a miter saw because they’re severely “inaccurate.” Chuck and Glen are joined in the conversation by Master Housewright, Ron Herman. Together the trio talks about the concept[...]
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Oil/Varnish Finish

Why use an oil/varnish finish? It’s easily mixed from products found on home-center store shelves, the formula is dirt-simple to remember, the finish can be fixed if you find scratches and nicks and it provides adequate protection of the wood surfaces. When we first learned of this particular finish, it was a simple mixing of[...]
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Carl Bruce – Builder of CNC Machines

In the mid-90s Carl Bruce went looking for a CNC setup for an upcoming woodworking project.  Discovering that machines were too expensive, Carl grabbed a magazine and began a new chapter in his life. Earlier this year, Darrell Peart sat down with Bruce for a short interview – five questions to help guide someone to[...]
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Pocket Screw Jig

You may think that a pocket screw is a new form of woodworking connectivity, but the technique was used on antique furniture by some of the most important and influential woodworkers in history, including John and Thomas Seymour who built during the Federal period. I find this jig to be most useful when forming pockets[...]
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Instagram Errors Continued

When it comes to woodworking there seems to be more experts than ever, particularly on the internet. The problem is, many think they have the knowledge to tell others how to do something “right,” but many times they’re just wrong. This seems to be the case more and more especially on social media sites like Instagram[...]
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Key-slot Jig

In the Skyline Cupboard article I built and used a simple jig for cutting key slots into the drawer boxes inside the cupboard. The jig makes cutting the slots easy. Plus, the jig is a snap to pull together. The key to the entire jig is to make sure that as you lay out the[...]
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Hanging Wall Cabinet Plans

This year at the Woodworking Shows, Glen and I are showing how to build a little hanging wall cabinet. We have a series of nine seminars, three each day of the show, in which we discuss and demonstrate various methods for creating the different parts of the cabinet. In the first session (on Fridays) we[...]
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