Woodworking in America 2012 - Register Now to Learn!

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Don’t miss Woodworking in America! It’s three jam-packed days (and optional nights) of learning about woodworking from top-notch instructors, an unparalleled Marketplace where you can test-drive some of the best tools available, and camaraderie with fellow woodworkers who are as passionate about the craft as you are.

Choose from classes on a huge range of topics; with sessions on everything from Bench Plane Basics to Double-bevel Marquetry, there’s something (and a lot of it) for woodworkers of all skill levels. You’ll learn from Roy Underhill, Chuck Bender, David Marks, Curtis Buchanan, Christopher Schwarz, Mary May, Paul Schurch, Yeung Chan and many more (visit WoodworkinginAmerica.com for a complete list of teachers and sessions for both locations).

And don’t put off registration  – the early bird discount ends at 11:59 this Sunday, Aug. 12. Reserve your spot today!

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  • johnMTO

    Here is an article about a (sorry) noisy tool. A pal bombards me with flashlights made from plastic bottles etc. from this sight which is usually full of other amateur attempts at technology but this one is more than interesting.

    http://hackaday.com/2012/08/09/largest-cnc-router-is-controlled-by-hand/

    JohnMTO

    • tsade

      Call me crazy, but opening the “hackaday” link above appears to be the woodworking blog equivalent of getting Ric rolled (sp?).

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