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October. For most woodworkers, it is the beginning of what I call the "thinking hard about making some holiday gifts" season. Which is why I am in such a funk.
For over 20 years, Don Suiter worked in construction, building homes.
This cordless hammering tool now offers even more conveniences for close-quarter fastening.
If you're having a problem getting a clean cut surface on a particularly difficult grain area on a turning project, take the lightest cut possible with the sharpest gouge you can hone.
Whenever I work with oak, mahogany, or steel it turns the skin on my hands blue and is very hard to remove.
For the occasional small clamping job regular clamps are often too heavy or cumbersome - or you may not have enough of them.
This normally-a-wood-worker tried to use his drill press to drill a different material – in this case, plastic sheets – and ran into an unexpected problem. – Editor