How to make a simple cross cut sled for your table saw – DIY

How to make a simple cross cut sled for your table saw – DIY In my opinion a cross cut sled is the first thing one must make for his / her table saw. It is really useful in many woodworking situations. Tools and materials I propose: Table saw: https://amzn.to/2RBf0nT Cordless drill: https://amzn.to/2A6fTOy Countersink bits:…

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Stanley 220 Block Plane Tune Up

Stanley 220 Block Plane Tune Up I purchased it used and had to put the time in to tune it up. Not much for rust, but had to flatten the iron and lap the sole and sides.

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Marc Adams School of Woodworking

Marc Adams School of Woodworking For over twenty years, as the largest school of its kind in the country, the Marc Adams School of Woodworking has attracted students from across the globe. If you would like more information about available workshops this summer, or to get the latest updates on next year’s schedule of classes,…

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Biggest wood staining mistakes and misconceptions | Wood staining BASICS

Biggest wood staining mistakes and misconceptions | Wood staining BASICS Achieving great results when staining wood is easy if you avoid a few basic mistakes. Hey, are you new to woodworking and don’t know where to begin? Building the BMW (Basic Mobile Workbench) is a great way to start! FREE PLANS ► https://theweekendwoodworker.com/bmw/ No experience…

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Setting Up a Small Woodworking Shop | Rockler Skill Builders

Setting Up a Small Woodworking Shop | Rockler Skill Builders Every woodworker would like to have more workshop space. A large space is nice for many reasons, but you actually don’t need a large space to set up an effective shop. In order to demonstrate, we set up a complete woodworking shop in one corner…

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