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If you’re like many woodworkers, your hand tools are stored just about everywhere in your shop. This versatile and handsome wheeled tool cabinet will help you get all your hand tools in one place – with a portable tote (and even a secret compartment) thrown in for good measure.

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The good looks and sculpted lines of this hanging corner cabinet stand out on their own, but joining them with figured maple makes for an electrifying combination.

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THE MARC ADAMS SCHOOL OF WOODWORKING in Franklin, Ind., hosts many of the country’s foremost woodworking experts as instructors. Classes run from April to mid-October each year, and some are very tough to get into. 

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Making perfect miters can be a challenge, but with this fixture you only have to measure a miter angle once.

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Threaded point pulls bit into wood for fast boring of ¼" to 1½" holes. The 15-degree chisel edge, with angle spurs, slices the circumference first for a smooth finish. 

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Incra’s new Miter Express is another one of those gotta-have-it, why-didn’t-I-think-of-that kinds of products that Incra is famous for inventing. If you own a miter gauge – any miter gauge – you can turn it into a performance-boosting miter sled in just a few seconds by simply mounting it in place on top of the Miter Express. 

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Can a planing task ever be fun? Probably not, but this planer makes the chore quick and easy.

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Frigid conditions couldn’t stop members of Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s Antarctic expedition from spending some quality time in the woodshop. 

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If power tools had theme songs, the tune associated with Milwaukee Electric Tool’s new V28 line of cordless power tools might be Frank Sinatra’s 1959 hit “I’m Gonna Live Till I Die.” More specifically, it would be paired with the lithium ion battery packs that run these tools.  

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Shop safety doesn’t always involve the obvious issues of cutting tools, equipment guards and eye protection. Silent and often invisible, wood dust is a hazard every woodworker should strive to control.  

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