IWF, Here I Come!
The International Woodworking Fair (IWF) in Atlanta, Georgia is starting on Wednesday. Why, when it is “International,” we decide to hold it in Atlanta in August is curious to me. I mean, if we have the whole world to choose from, how about someplace where the temp is under 90 degrees and the dew point is below “drowning to death”? It is just a question.
I do love Atlanta — the people, the food — I just love it much more in, say, October.
Anyway, that meteorological comment aside, we will be sending reports from the IWF starting around Thursday or so: videos and notes about new tools and cool stuff.
So keep your eyes open and your AC on.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Depth-of-cut features will now be more familiar to North American users.
Sandor Nagyszalanczy demonstrates his tried and true methods for making measurements and layouts. These simple tricks will prevent the headaches caused by misaligned tools, inaccurate cuts and more.
No-slip grip should make bits easier to change at the router table.
Swiveling-head light with many mounting options brings LED task light where you need it.
Here is the picture of a little Queen Ann Dressing Table and Chair that I made for my Granddaughter.
eZine readers share which tool they would never choose to part with.