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Make your patio the place to be with some of our best outdoor woodworking projects! These woodworking plans are built to last, and will have your guests (or family) impressed with your craftsmanship. Build these for yourself, or give as a handmade gift that is meant to last and can be treasured for years to…
WoodWorkers Guild of America Spring Sweepstakes Official Rules NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. 1. Sweepstakes Entry Period/Sponsor: The WoodWorkers Guild of America Spring Sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) begins at 12:00:01 AM Central Time (“CT”) on 03/20/19 and ends at 11:59:59 PM CT on 05/20/19 (the “Sweepstakes…
This Valentine's Day, put your woodworking skills to use and give a handmade gift! Creating your own gifts makes them unique and are always appreciated by those receiving them. Here at WWGOA, we have tons of project ideas, but we've compiled 7 of our best projects perfect for Valentine's gifts. These projects are easy and quick to make, so you can make them in a pinch. Read below to get some homemade gift ideas!
As we near the end of 2018, WWGOA is looking back at what videos and articles our community has found most useful. We’ve rounded up our top 7 most popular videos and articles, picked by YOU. Read below to see the best of 2018. 1. Wood Joints: Which Woodworking Joints Should You Use? There are…
I am working on a project and need to make an angled cut, but do not have a bandsaw to make the 70 degree point. I am thinking I can use my table saw with the blade tilted. Or, with it on its tall side and use the miter gauge. Any guidance or pointers?
How do I go about getting square material without a jointer or a thickness planer? I have a table saw, circular saw, and various cordless tools. Thanks in advance for any help.
In this WWGOA GOLD LIVE event, George Vondriska demonstrates how to turn your bandsaw into a dovetail machine. With a little practice and a simple shop-made jig, you’ll be cutting through dovetails on your bandsaw in no time.
Quite the flurry of questions, covering everything from bandsaw work to table saw work to glue stock edge to edge. Thanks for watching and participating!
Learn more about lock rabbets on your router table during this WWGOA GOLD LIVE.