There are certain rites of spring, such as tax season (remember to file in the next week, if you haven’t done so already) and spring cleaning (and, if you live in Minnesota, April blizzards).
Right now, those of us in the Woodworker’s Journal offices are engaging in the spring cleaning rite – we’re finding all sorts of things that haven’t seen the light of day in many years. (Are historical documents relating to the founding of the Woodworker’s Journal eZine Smithsonian-worthy?)
How about you? Are you experiencing springtime urges to do any major cleaning and sorting in your shops? And, if so, have you found any long-lost treasures?
Joanna Werch Takes, Woodworker’s Journal
In this video we demonstrate how to do classic frame and panel construction using just a table saw. We even create raised panels to be used in a door and drawer front.
Betty Scarpino, a former woodturning columnist for Woodworker’s Journal, is part of a current Indianapolis exhibition — that’s just one thing she’s done with her woodturning and carving.
Two more HIGH OUTPUT batteries join Milwaukee’s M18 platform this spring. A Super Charger, offering up to 4 times faster charging, is slated for July.
My 9-in. band saw can’t cut closed-circle shapes, even when I use a jig to control the cut. The blade always drifts off line. How can I fix this problem?