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Master Furniture Maker Jory Brigham presents his video series on fixing common woodworking mistakes and problems.
Learn about working with resins and epoxies in woodworking projects; prepping, pouring, how-to articles, reviews and videos.
The sharp edges of my turning tools kept cutting the interior of their canvas carrying pouch.
For projects requiring several different-sized holes drilled to precise depths, I like to set up stop collars on the bits required rather than constantly changing the depth stop on my drill press.
I developed this simple outfeed extension for my band saw to provide extra support while resawing.
I frequently find myself clamping fences and other fixtures to my table saw, bandsaw, and other machine tables.
When I tilt the table on my stationary narrow belt sander for beveled work, the gap in front of the belt grows wider to the point where smaller parts can drop through.
When a project requires you to draw a large circle, you don’t necessarily need a trammel.
When nailing or screwing together the corners of picture frames or even small boxes, you need a way to hold the parts together for fastening.
During a recent project, I realized that I needed a bench hold-down. I’ve seen commercially available toggle-style hold-downs that fit in 3/4"-diameter bench dog holes like mine but wanted the kind of extra strength that a screw clamp can apply.
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