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Great Woodworking Project Book

Here’s a great new project book from Spike Carlsen. Although it leans toward simple projects, even an experienced woodworker will glean good info from the text and photos.The book contains a boat load of handy projects. They’re simple to build, and most use materials you can easily get from home centers. The drawings are well…

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Kid-Size Safety Glasses

If you’ve got kids working with you in the shop, you want them to be safe. And number one in safety is safety glasses. But safety glasses that aren’t comfortable won’t be worn, and safety glasses that don’t fit right aren’t really all that safe. To protect the little eyes in your shop check out…

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New Table Saw from General

Here’s the deal. Contractor saws offer mobility and are typically plug and play, meaning you can plug them into a 110-volt outlet and you’re good to go. Cabinet saws generally have better dust collection, are heavier and harder to move than contractor saws, and usually require a 220-volt circuit. A while back the tool engineers…

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Build with a Biscuit Joiner

This is the second in a two-part series on biscuit joiners. The first article provided instruction on using the machine. This article covers real-world applications of biscuits. View part one of the story here. You can also view a companion video to this article. Edge band the shelves. Biscuits can be used to apply edge…

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