We'll never be able to stop wood from expanding and contracting, but Wagner Meters has been doing its best to help woodworkers and the lumber industry cope with wood movement for almost 50 years.
What's that Stuff Growing Under the Table Finish?
Why are Some of My Cutting Boards Splitting?
Why is My Band Saw Making Rippling Cuts?
Nancy turned a couple of bowls back in the 1970s with a Sears lathe she picked up for $10 or $15 at an auction, but it was after her retirement that she got serious about turning.
Dry-fire lockout and narrow nose piece highlight Bosch's entry into the pin nailer market.
While, of course, you should always follow safety practices when woodworking, that's not exactly what this discussion is about. It's a different sort of "danger" associated with woodworking -- and with tool lust. - Editor