As we near the end of 2019, WWGOA is looking back at what videos and articles our community has found most useful. We’ve rounded up our top 5 most popular videos and articles, picked by YOU. Read below to see the best of 2019.
1. Wood Joints: Which Woodworking Joints Should You Use?
Joinery comes in all shapes and sizes, and it can be difficult to know which technique is best for your project. Not all joints are created equal, so read more to learn what joints are most effective. Read more here!
2. 5 Expensive, But Worth Every Penny Woodworking Tools
There are a plethora of woodworking tools, and adding more to your collection can add up in price quick! However, there are some tools worth splurging on that make a great investment for your shop. Learn which five tools we think those are in this article! Read more here!
3. Tightening Loose Tenons
When you are a woodworker, you get a lot of family and friends asking for furniture repairs. It just comes with the territory of the hobby. A common fix we get asked about is how to tighten up loose tenons! If you’ve got a piece of furniture with rounded tenons, we’ve got a perfect fix for you in this video right here!
4. The Difference Between a Jointer and a Planer
Beginning woodworkers all ask this basic question; what is the difference between a jointer and a planer? The answer is simple, a lot! And is there such a thing as a jointer planer. No! Read more here!
5. How to Repair Wood Cracks
Master woodworker George Vondriska has a great tip for repairing wood cracks on your projects. All you need is some baking soda, a putty knife, and CA glue! Watch more here!
What was your favorite video or article from 2019? Let us know in the comments below!
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great information I can use.
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Great post very well done