George Vondiska demonstrates a trick for using a piece of scrap wood to transfer cut angles in order to get a perfect fit for the not-so-straight edges on your woodworking projects.
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Dave Munkittrick talks about why he likes to use refashioned 2x4s as clamping cauls for his woodworking projects. With a pair of cauls, you can apply pressure evenly across whatever wooden surface you are clamping, including edge banding, and avoid ending up with marks or dents in either side of your piece.Watch Now >>
A lift in your router table isn’t just a luxury, it can help you complete your routing projects happen so much quicker. George Vondriska shows the advantages of using a router lift and why you might want to consider one for your woodworking workshop. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.Watch Now >>
Woodworking expert George Vondriska teaches you about the benefits of using carbide-tipped lathe chisels for turning bowls made from solid materials like countertop. He’s constantly impressed with how well the carbide stands up against the countertop material, and he thinks you will be, too!Watch Now >>
Ever wonder why a tape measure hook wiggles when you press or pull on it? So did George Vondriska. He found out that the hook slides in both directions to accommodate for the thickness of the hook, so you receive an accurate measurement each time, no matter whether you are pushing or pulling against an… Read more »Watch Now >>