In this issue:
Little Wizard II Giveaway
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Built Equipment Forum Feature
admiring a V-drum sander at a show, this shop owner went
home and made his
own. Here's how:
A prize-winning wine
cabinet showcases its maker's marquetry skills,
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A no pay clause in a contract sounds
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for tapered columns may seem like a lot to wrap your
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spring, summer, fall ?is there a preferred time to cut trees?
Itís a good
question, and some helpful answers follow, including
advice from the Wood Doc.
novice veneer applicator got two lessons in one job - how much
glue is too
much, and when to call it quits with the sanding (earlier
next time!). Pros
add to the learning experience with advice on proper
veneer application and
John Barber of First Cut Custom Woodworks produces
millwork of all types. Learn about his business by visiting his
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are presented here on a shop setup that involves moving the workpiece
station to station, rather than moving pieces and tools onto and off of a
some advice on getting into knife grinding, for mid-job touch-up
or for custom profiles, without an excessive investment in time
an in-depth look at the fundamentals of toning for a first-time finisher.
curved mouldings are tricky to run on a moulder (a CNC or lathe
It can be done, though ?here are photos and advice.
estimated yield using one or another log scale may differ from the actual
footage of lumber sawn, for a variety of reasons. Here's a close look at
different scales, logs, and saws affect the yield, price, and profit.
old-style lathes can make square turned posts easily, but some
are only achievable on a CNC.
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All About Tools Live video demos on topics
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tools, clamps, seam cutting and pulling,
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a furniture designer and builder in Canada, ships his work
about John's beginnings and how his business has
developed in this interview,
recently conducted by WOODWEB's
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