Long time WWGOA members might notice a change in our videos, as George Vondriska has relocated to a new woodworking shop! He’s thrilled to have moved all of his equipment and stockpiles of wood into a workshop with greater space, which will allow the WWGOA team more options for tips and projects to help you in your woodworking endeavors.
Dave Munkittrick shows you how to get a sharp burr on the edge of a paint scraper using your workshop’s bench grinder. Paint scrapers can be found in most home stores, and they are perfect for removing thin layers of wood when a card scraper or hand sander make the process too tricky. Dave demonstrates… Read more »Watch Now >>
On a through dovetail, each part projects through the mating piece. This means the end grain on one piece shows through the face grain on the opposite piece. This style of dovetail can be done by cutting dovetails on the band saw. A dovetail slope of either 1:6 or 1:8 is commonly used to produce… Read more »Watch Now >>
Learn helpful tips for scaling woodworking projects from photos. Woodworking expert George Vondriska teaches a helpful shortcut to develop proper dimensions. Find out how to use images to scale your woodwork to any desired size. Work with George on each step of instructions he provides and start scaling your work from photos.Watch Now >>