Last Chance to Win Fuji!
While the season may be one of giving, winning something never goes out of style. And if you’ve thought that you might really be able to do some great stuff with a top-notch spray gun, our Fuji Spray Giveaway sweepstakes is right up your alley. But here is the deal … it ends on December 19th — so don’t dilly-dally, or you are done!
I’ve used one of Fuji’s HVLP units, and I can say that it was a very nice product. And while I have spent many hours in a spray booth and have a lot of experience, I can say that, with their system, you don’t need to be an expert to get expert results.
So, if you can see yourself spraying away to finishing bliss … sign up and win!
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
P.S. We here at Woodworker’s Journal will be celebrating Christmas with our families in this next week, while also making sure that you continue to have top-notch woodworking content for the new year. Thanks for being with us in all seasons and, whatever you celebrate, have some happy holidays!
Brian Murphy has been woodworking for over 30 years. He’s found a favorite niche in chairs, inspired by the Arts and Crafts style — and organizes a furniture show in Escondido, California, every January.
Rob Johnstone demonstrates how to cut and assemble a waterfall corner joint. You’ll also learn a great tip for how to use hide glue and clamping cauls to clamp this joint securely.
Compact size with “push-and-go” activation makes this 4.0-volt cordless screwdriver convenient to use in the workshop or home and carry in your pocket.
Six new acrylic template sets for making standard or extra-large gameboards come with a self-centering drill bit, indexing pins and full instructions.
My shellac and poly finish bubbled up under a hot laptop computer. What’s a better choice of finish to prevent this from happening again?
This reader created a heartfelt gift for his brothers in law based on a simple plan he found, then painted and stickered it to match their favorite tractors.
New Year’s woodworking plans, and how a Q&A from earlier in 2018 turned out.