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Dadoing Undersized Plywood
We may call it 3/4 in., but plywood thickness always comes up shy of that number. How do you cut dadoes to fit it correctly? Look for that 3/32 in. chipper in your dado set, or reach for some shims. Either approach will help you achieve snug-fitting, gap free dado joints.
Drill Press Maintenance - Skill Builder Power Tool Tune-Up Series
Woodworker's Journal Contributing Editor Sandor Nagyszalanczy shows some key steps for maintaining your drill press to keep it running well for many years.
Multi-Axis Woodturning with Mark Sfirri
Jeff Day talks with Mark Sfirri about his unique style of woodturning. Mark's work has been featured at the Smithsonian Institute's Renwick Gallery.
Woodworking at Blind, Incorporated Blindness Training Center
George Wurtzel, Industrial Arts Instructor at Blind, Inc. Blindness Training Center, discusses one of the specialty tools he and his students use when woodworking, along with the general philosophy behind teaching blind students the art of woodworking.
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