If you are like me, you’ve spent more than a bit of time recently thinking about those affected by Hurricane Katrina. Those in the Big Easy, as well as those in Mississippi and Alabama, are going through misery that I can’t even imagine. Our prayers are with them. If you’d like to know how to help, the following link is to the Red Cross web page that allows you to specify that your donation will go to the victims of the hurricane.
Shifting our thoughts to happier things, this eZine is sponsored by the folks at Delta and Porter-Cable. Since I started woodworking as a professional, there has never been a time that I did not own several tools produced by these woodworking giants. So, when I learned that they were sponsoring this issue of the Zine, I couldn’t have been happier. Check out the Tool Preview and the Tool Maker Insider to learn what’s new at these superpowers of power tools. Of course, all of our regular departments are here for your perusal, as always.
So, keep your tools dry, and keep on making sawdust.
– Rob Johnstone, editor: Woodworker’s Journal
Having mastered a wide array of woodworking styles at the ripe age of 36, Aaron Radelow never shies away from a project (no matter how eclectic or practical!)
Delta and Porter-Cable aren’t too humble to boast when looking into the future – and they never cease to back up their claims.
How does one attach dust collection to a lathe to get the majority of the chips?
Do you have or know of a library that has videos and/or CDs on topics such as dovetailing?
Delta’s new line of Contractor’s Saws is aimed at giving you choices. Four different models are available, with a variety of wing (or extension table) and fence configurations.
We got an overwhelming approval rating for keeping the typo corner, a personal typo recollection, a suggestion, a question, and of course, the usual smattering of comic responses.