Lock Miters: Setup or Not

When a woodworker hears the words “lock miter,” they are apt to think Arts & Craft furniture and Stickley. The router bit shown below is what we use today to make a similar joint, [...]

Dust Collection Tips

Dust Collection Tips Practical solutions for a cleaner shop.   Vacuum-Assisted Bench I got tired of hooking my bench tools to my shop vacuum. Now I simply plug their dust collection hoses [...]

THE PALLET WOOD LOG STORE

MADE FROM 2 X 6  FT X 4 FT  PALLETS ,MACHINED AND BOLTED TOGETHER FOR EXTRA STRENGHT. THEN BOILED LINSEED OIL, BEFORE NUT BROWN STAIN. IDEAL IF YOU GOT A LOG FIRE. THIS WILL [...]

Scotty and Karen Fulton’s Hammer Museum

I thought I had a hammer-collecting problem until I met Scotty Fulton. Fulton set me straight: 50 hammers is not much of a collection. Try 12,000 hammers , virtually all of them different, all of [...]

COPYS

AS I SAID BEFORE IF YOUR A NOVICE AND THE MAN IN A VAN WHO GOES AROUND BUILDING SITES SELLING TOOLS CHEAP ,MAKE YOU BELEIVE YOU ARE BUYING A WELL KNOWN BRAND? AND IF YOU DONT KNOW THEN YOUR STUCK [...]

Name That Woodworking Show

In February 2010, at a home show in New England, the woodworking community was shaken with the news that WGBH , the station that brought us Norm Abram , was about to re-enter the woodworking [...]

Ask and Ye Might Receive

With the April 2010 issue that combined Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine, we introduced a new design to accompany the new title, Popular Woodworking Magazine. We read all your [...]

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