A jointer is a great tool for creating smooth edges on your boards, but it can also be a dangerous to use. George Vondriska provides simple instruction on how to safely operate a jointer. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.
You’ll be amazed how simple it is to add an inlay to a woodworking project using an easy-to-make template and an inexpensive router bit/guide bushing combo. To learn how to inlay wood, you must use a plunge router. You’ll also need an inlay kit that includes a special guide bushing and 1/8″ solid carbide router… Read more »
Most of us might use pneumatic nailers, but every once in a while you’ve got to hand nail something. The danger with this is the possibility of hitting your project, instead of the nail. And hammer kisses aren’t all that attractive. Here’s a dirt simple, dirt cheap way to make certain that you won’t mar… Read more »
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!