In this first installment of the restoration of a vintage Delta Unisaw, Publisher Steve Shanesy takes us through the first step – assessing the condition of the saw. Plus you'll see how to bring the electric wiring up to modern standards.
Trevor Smith's students combine woodworking with classroom learning to discover how edge shapes help to make their work fly. Watch as they construct their boomerangs and send their projects soaring.
This oval-shaped box is reminiscent of Shaker oval boxes, but is made on a bandsaw and includes a drawer.
Let's face it – it's tough enough to be a good woodworker, let alone be able to write about it. But when it comes to taking photos of your work to share with friends (or magazine editors) it can seem like a daunting task. Here we've posted a "Photography Guide for Authors" that will...
When you’ve got so many clamps that it’s a problem getting them to where the work is being done, build this rolling clamp rack!
Watch bodger Don Weber split stock from a log, and listen to him explain why you might actually want to, too.
In the June 2009 issue of Popular Woodworking Bob Lang shows you how to build a "No-nonsense Router Table." In this video, he shows you how to inset a router base plate using a very simple method.
May 4th, 2009 marks the second annual Woodworker's Safety Week – So Marc Spagnuolo shows you his favorite featherboards and push sticks that give him the easiest and safest cuts possible.
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