We had many, many "blasts from the past" in response to last issue's eZine, and the question in Rob's editorial about the oldest working tool in your shop.
Tape measures are as common to the measuring and marking process as a sharp pencil, and for that universality and convenience, we have Stanley's PowerLock to thank.
How Should I Paint My Adirondack Chairs?
Where Can I Find a Five-hole Replacement Sander Pad?
Why is the Grain Oriented Horizontally on Hand Plane Totes?
Jason Bedre says he's best known for his unusual chairs. "In my opinion, all aspects of woodworking go into it."
New 18-in. drill press offers woodworking conveniences.
When mistakes happen, when things don't go as planned, how do you feel about it and what do you do?