I was on the road for this event, so this LIVE came to you from April Wilkerson’s shop. She dropped in to help answer a few questions too. Enjoy. :56 Formula for spraying latex paint with an HVLP 2:09 Vibration on a bandsaw 4:05 Router bit choice for tenons on the router table 4:50 Paper
With 2018 just around the corner, WWGOA has taken some time to look back at your favorite articles and videos from the last year. We’ve picked out our most popular woodworking topics of 2017 for you to check out below! 1. WOOD JOINTS: WHICH WOODWORKING JOINTS SHOULD YOU USE? There are tons of woodworking joint
We had a few tech problems, but once we got rolling things went great. A big thank you to Dave Munkittrick and the expertise he brought to our Live stream. 1:50 Dave’s intro 2:58 Joinery for a shadow box 4:28 Learning curve on a CNC machine 6:10 Miters on the bandsaw 8:40 Tips for getting
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Thanks to all the folks who joined us for the CNC Live Stream. If you missed it, no problem, you can watch it here. We talked about CNC machines in general and the jargon associated with them, different approaches for making signs, working with material besides wood on the CNC, and router bit selection. Lots
Join us for the latest WWGOA GOLD LIVE event on Tuesday, November 7th at 8 p.m, Router Table, Cope and Stile Joints. CT. George Vondriska will be using a two-piece rail and stile set and shop-made coping sled, sharing lots of door making secrets along the way, to help you produce perfect cope and stile
In this WWGOA GOLD LIVE event, George Vondriska demonstrates the best way to cut perfect dadoes and rabbets using a table saw.
Thanks for tuning in. We had a great session with lots of really good questions covering topics from lock miters to finishing. Viewers joined us from all over the world, including Paris and Japan. Very cool. 0:30 Lock miters 2:05 Plywood router bits vs stackable dado heads 4:20 Prefinish maple with Seal Coat? 6:10 Characteristics
We had a bit of an audio glitch, but once we got going things went great. Thanks to all for hanging with us, and participating. 1:17 Bowtie vs. epoxy 2:50 Making runners for a table saw 4:38 Jigs and Fixtures circle jig, fractional calculator 7:38 Pocket holes for a toe kick? 10:18 Phillips vs tork
This WWGOA GOLD LIVE event is all about the fine art of turning a bowl using a four jaw chuck. George Vondriska explains the best way to set up your tool and demonstrates how to move your wood to create a perfectly round bowl.