George Vondriska demonstrates the best way to apply a simple finishing mixture to a bottle stopper that is durable and will give the piece a proper shine. While the bottle stopper is still on your lathe, you can dab on light layers of thin-viscosity CA wood glue and linseed oil.
Master the process of building stylish cabinet doors using horizontal raised panel cutters with a back cutter. People love the look of raised panels on cabinet doors, but many woodworkers admit that they are intimidated by the process of building them. Like any technique in woodworking, this one can be mastered by following a set… Read more »Watch Now >>
The geometry on square or rectangular woodworking projects is pretty easy to figure out. But when it comes to round projects, like round tables, it’s a little more difficult. This woodworking class shows you how to lay out the project on a piece of scrap plywood so you know everything you need to know before… Read more »Watch Now >>
They may seem benign but, like any shop tool, drill presses need to be treated with respect. Used improperly you can “helicopter” your material, burn up drill bits, launch a chuck key, and worse. Most drill press safety is all about common sense, and Tom is passing his common sense safety rules along to you.Watch Now >>
Add some flare to your utensil drawer with this stylish wooden bottle opener, which you can turn from a few pieces of walnut and a veneer inlay. All you’ll need for the first step in the process is waterproof glue, a couple of clamps and a gentle curve cut on your bandsaw. Related Video: Make… Read more »Watch Now >>