An Oscar? Maybe Not
Some of you are aware that we have a Woodworker’s Journal YouTube channel with hundreds of videos (some of them starring yours truly). They cover a wide range of topics: dovetails, applying a glaze to cabinet doors, some CNC projects, a few complete build videos — there is even a video of me playing the guitar and singing (I am not making this up).
You see, many of these videos “launched” here in the Weekly, but I am guessing that you missed a few. So, if you have time, swing over to our YouTube channel and check it out. We’ve got videos with hundreds of thousands of views (not the singing one).
And, while we don’t have an award system like the Oscars … let us know what video you like. It will help us make more that you find useful.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Three countersink sizes snap onto impact-rated driver bits and store in a holster that enables hands-free interchangeability.
I’m inexperienced with wood finishes, so I’m thinking of using tung oil on a freestanding shelf project. Is this the simplest, best finish option for me?
Full-featured track saw, guide rail and portable work table combine to create an an-in-one system for cutting solid wood or sheet goods accurately.
Do you have sandpaper that’s clogged with sawdust and resin? Don’t throw it out! This reader has a simple sole-lution.
This reader has come up with a handy tool that lets him unlock his swiveling casters without bending down and without potentially hurting his fingers.
Readers share their tales of things lost (or found) from the roofs of vehicles — plus some advice.
Learn how to build this folding adirondack chair project that is featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Woodworker’s Journal magazine.