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Router Techniques & Bit Selection - Saturday, October 8th 1pm
A router can be one of the most versatile power tools in your shop. Our Woodcraft staff will show you tips, techniques and bit options to best meet your woodworking needs.
Sharpening Carving Tools - Saturday, October 15th 1pm
Sharpening - most of us try to avoid it for as long as possible. The end result? Tools that aren't as sharp as they should be, work that may not look as crisp as it could, and more time spent resuscitating a stack of dull, ragged cutting edges. Let Woodcraft show you a variety of ways to get your tools in shape and keep them that way.