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The most fun you can have with 2×4’s.

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You can’t bring your workshop to the jobsite. The next best thing is to bring a useful selection of tools.

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Furnituremaker, teacher, author, playwright, photographer, mountain man… just exactly who is Gary Rogowski?

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The final, precise steps to complete a woodworking project are often preceded by tasks that require aggressive cleaning, shaping, and sanding.

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I started scroll sawing in 1971 with a Delta machine that had a primitive spring mechanism on the top of the blade. Thankfully, things have come a long way.

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An upcoming job requires ripping a lot of bevels on the table saw, a process I’ve always found challenging. What’s the best approach to the operation?

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Ripping a knife-edge bevel of less than 45° is challenging because you can’t feed the board on-the-flat since the blade won’t tilt that far. 

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I recently read a drill press review where the writer complained that there was no place on the machine to store the chuck key.

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I use a lot of steel wool for rubbing out finishes. Like many woodworkers, I buy the stuff in rolls.

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A mitered box looks best when the grain runs uninterrupted around the corners. 

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