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"The Jory Brigham Experience" sweepstakes winner attends a furniture building class in Paso Robles, California, as part of her sweepstakes prize and had the time of her life!

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In Part 2 of this Extreme Garage Shop Makeover blog and inside issue #43 of the Woodcraft Magazine, is a Hand-Tool Wall Cabinet like the one hanging in the Rough Cut-Woodworking with Tommy Mac workshop. Senior Editor Joe Hurst-Wajszczuk, took a trip to Tommy’s workshop in Boston to go over some ideas on building this handy organized display unit to build this article.

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Woodcraft of Parkersburg, West Virginia, hosted a Christmas ornament woodturning class.  The 7 student class began with safety instruction on the lathes and turning tools, followed by adding the mandrels and live centers to each Delta and Jet lathe. 

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Welcome to a whole new experience in Scroll Sawing from JET!

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The team from Black Dog Salvage recently traveled from Roanoke, Virginia, to Louisville, Kentucky, where the 16th Woodcraft National Sales Conference and Vendor Trade Show was held. Season 4 of their popular TV show Salvage Dawgs, with co-hosts Mike Whiteside and Robert Kulp, began June 7 on the DIY Network.  Mike and Robert were on hand to connect with Woodcraft franchise store owners, and they shared some great upcycling projects with those attending the closed show. 

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The Pen Designer is no longer available.

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Burn 1000

Using the art and science of fractal burning, some very unique and interesting “branching” patterns known as Lichtenberg figures can be created in wood.

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The MT Center Gauge takes the guesswork out of precisely marking out mortise and tenon joints when they must be centered exactly on your stock. Based on the never-fail reliability of a parallelogram, the MT Center Gauge features two, precision-machined parallel arms that quickly adjust to the stock thickness. The center bar is automatically placed dead center on the material. Now just mark out the center bar location on your stock– and you’re done!

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