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Shortcuts and Shaper Cutters

There is a saying that the shoe maker’s wife goes shoeless. If you haven’t heard that before, you are a better husband than I. My wife seems to remind me every once in a while. It seems that work is … Continue reading

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I Am A Woodworker, Not A Mechanic…

We all went into woodworking because we love the craft. We feel refreshed by the sound of a hand plane sliding over the edge of stock whilst tossing the shavings from our hands to our feet, or we love the … Continue reading

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The Art of Buying Woodworking Tools

A nightmare scenario: It’s my wife’s birthday and she loves gifts. More than just gifts, she loves when people buy her make-up. I would go through the different types of make-ups, bases and highlights, but I would have no idea … Continue reading

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Creative Woodworking Using the Tools You Have

When we watch the ‘pros’ on TV doing their thing, at some point we find ourselves saying “I could do that! If I had all those great tools and professional jigs, I could do anything!” Well, when I started woodworking, … Continue reading

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Create Templates for Circular Shapes with Flush Trim Router Bits

Starting Your Woodworking Project When starting a new woodworking project, it is extremely important to review the necessary steps, tools, cutters, router bits, and materials. Getting half of the way into a project and discovering that you don’t have the … Continue reading

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