400 and Still Counting
In this, the eZine’s 15th year, we have reached another milestone. This is the 400th issue of the eZine, which in the vaporous world of Internet publishing is no mean accomplishment. But before I get all self-congratulatory, let me say that the only reason that we have been successful is all of you who are reading this email.
This is something that all of us here at the Woodworker’s Journal are grateful for and something that we never take for granted. So with this issue, let me say once again … thank you for your readership, for putting up with my quirky sense of humor and the changes that we have brought to these pages.
We love to hear from you, so if you have any comments about the last 400 issues, let us know and we will share what we can.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Long lasting, low-vibration and better control are key attributes of Festool’s new ETS EC sanders
Adjustable dust port, flip stop, are key features.
Affordable “bare” tool addition to the 20V Max* family with many standard features.
I want to make an outdoor side table from mahogany scraps. Is this a good idea?
Tape measures are a key tool in just about every woodworking job, but even the slightest misalignment can throw the reading off. Chris Marshall explains in this latest trick.
One of several flag memorials I have made recently for friends and relatives. This one is Oak with a Minwax “Provincial” stain finish in several coats of satin poly.