The Show Did Go On!
Last week in Atlanta, Georgia (not nearly as hot as I feared it would be) proved to be a great time for woodworkers. Yours truly and the Journal staff covered the show with vigor … and a video camera!
Why that is good news for you is that we have our IWF Video Blog up and running and ready for you to check out the cool new stuff that Chris Marshall covered. We’ve got it all — from CNC machines to new types of glue and everything in between.
So take a look and see what was hot in Hotlanta. We walked the floor so that you didn’t have to. I think you will find it interesting.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
David Lamb’s “Four Seasons of Acadia” cabinet honors the National Park’s 100th anniversary, and incorporates his depiction of black ice in wood.
The problem with epoxy is that if you don’t blend exactly the right amounts of resin and hardener, it stays tacky and never reaches full strength.
Here’s a cheap way to make all the finishing “pyramids” you need for supporting parts while they dry.
Watch 17 new video interviews featuring the cool new tools and products we uncovered at last week’s IWF show.
What’s the standard size recesses for Allen-head bolts?
This is a reface kitchen I did for a customer of mine. I built all new cherry raised panel doors and covered the face frames in cherry veneer.