Calling All (Electronic) Woodworkers
Calling all (electronic) woodworkers.
I don’t often promote the Woodworker’s Journal print magazine here in the eZine, but our November/December issue is really a magazine that any serious woodworker should own. Of course, it highlights our regular array of articles (projects, tool reviews, techniques, etc.); but it also features the 2001 Resource Digest. The Resource Digest has listings and contact information (website listings for you electronic woodworkers) for everything a woodworker could possibly need to build … well … darn near everything!
You can find everything from wood to power tools to glue and even finishing supplies in the Digest’s pages. I think of it as a time saving tool: after all, why spend time trying to find out where to get something when you could be woodworking instead? So look for the issue on the newsstand the first week of November just in time to start serious work on those holiday presents! And don’t forget to check below for the contents of this latest issue of our eZine.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Bob Mathison wears two hats: he’s the curator of the Museum of Woodworking Tools and the principal of the Museum Store, which sells hand tools for woodworkers.
One board at a time, one child at a time, on a scenic bluff overlooking the Upper Mississippi River.
For professional woodworkers and cabinet makers, sanding is a significant part of their day. That’s why Lloyd Troyer created the Sand Pro downdraft sanding station.
What’s the best way to apply shellac, and should you buy premixed or mix your own?
Is spalted or “soft” cherry wood useful in the workshop?
What causes ridges to appear in cove molding cut with a saw blade?
If your table saw gets rusty a lot, take these experts’ advice.