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February 11, 2010

Cutting Large Tenons for the Holtzapffel Workbench: Part II

There are a lot of good information in print and on the Internet about building the Holtzapffel workbench. Because of that, I don't want to duplicate the work of others that have done a great job in explaining overall how...

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February 11, 2010

Cutting Large Tenons for the Holtzapffel Workbench: Part I

There are a lot of good information in print and on the Internet about building the Holtzapffel workbench. Because of that, I don't want to duplicate the work of others that have done a great job in explaining overall how...

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May 06, 2009

Preparing Rough Lumber Four Square

One of the foundations of furniture making is starting with lumber that is four square, meaning that all four sides are square (90 degrees) to each other. Preparing rough cut lumber is critical when building any project because it...

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April 09, 2009

Bench Hook Jig

If you own a back saw or a Japanese saw and you want a fast and accurate way of cutting stock to length without leaving your bench, then you need to build this jig. It's deceptively simply in it's...

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November 03, 2008

Cast Iron Router Table

Click To Play If you're shop space is sacred like it is for most of us, then pay attention to this video review.Some stationary power tools are essential if you build furniture. And two of those tools in my...

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September 06, 2008

Interview with Thomas Lie-Nielsen

Thomas Lie-Nielsen When people think of high quality hand planes, one of the first companies to come to mind for most is Lie-Nielsen Toolworks, and for good reason. Lie-Nielsen Toolworks has been turning out some of the best "Stanley" type hand...

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August 08, 2008

Interview with Adam Cherubini

I had a lot of fun interviewing Adam. He's hilarious and extremely insightful about his craft. He wears many different hats: Period furniture maker, Contributing Editor for Popular Woodworking Magazine, writes on two different blogs, volunteers at Pennsbury Manor, and...

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August 08, 2008

Interview with John Economaki of Bridge City Tool Works

John Economaki is the Founder and President of Bridge City Tool Works - a company that has been responsible for producing some of the finest heirloom quality hand tools for over 25 years. John is also heavily involved in the...

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August 08, 2008

interview with Michael Dunbar

This is an audio recording of the interview I did with Michael Dunbar. Michael, along with his wife Sue, are owners of the The Windsor Institute , the only school in the world dedicated to teaching the art of building Windsor...

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June 10, 2008

Building a Bookcase Part IV

In this episode we look at attaching a fixed shelf by two different methods: Biscuit Joinery and with a Stopped Dado Joint. Next, we look at different ways to reinforce our shelves so they won't sag under the weight...

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May 23, 2008

Building a Bookcase Part III: Installing Molding

  In this episode of the Woodworkers Resource Video Podcast we're continuing the topic of building bookcases.  This time we look at cutting and installing crown molding on our bookcase.  We will show you how to use simple off the shelf...

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May 15, 2008

Building a Bookcase Part II: Face Frames

Part II of our Building a Bookcase video series covers the topic of face frames.  We talk about ways to construct face frames (mortise and tenon, and pocket hole joinery) along with things to consider when figuring out what...

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May 12, 2008

Building a Bookcase

In this episode we're going to be looking into building simple bookcases.  In this first part, we look at different joinery methods to construct our bookcase.  We'll talk about advantages and disadvantages of using butt joints, rabbits, and pocket hole...

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May 04, 2008

Woodshop Safety for Kids

Marc Spagnuolo, aka The Wood Whisperer, came up with the idea for the first week in May being designated 'Woodworkers Safety Week'.  So, to commemorate this first annual event I thought I'd come up with a video on shop safety. ...

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April 02, 2008

Rover Bits: Forstner Bits on Steroids

Click To Play Rover Bits are like a forstner bit, an auger bit, and a spade bit wrapped up into one.  Ever tried to use a forstner bit in your cordless drill?  How about drill straight into a nail...

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