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  • Scroll Saw for Beginners

    More Accuracy on a Scroll Saw

    Scroll sawing is a fun and creative way to create highly detailed projects or accents in your shop, and also provides a safe way to introduce youngsters to woodworking power tools. Scroll saw for beginners, however, can be challenging. You may need some help in producing the results that you desire with the level of…

  • ArbourTech Wood Carving Power Tools

    ArborTech Wood Carving Power Tools

    Want to let your creative juices flow? Try wood carving. It’s a great way to let your creative inner self out. And wood carving power tools provide a great way to do both carving and sculpting. Making it Easy Wood carving power tools make carving and sculpting easy. No need to hone chisels. Most of…

  • using a miter saw

    Using a Miter Saw Correctly

    Using a miter saw in your shop can allow you to safely make high quality, repeatable cross cuts in a highly efficiently fashion. If you are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to add one of these to your shop, it will be important to understand the anatomy of the tool well enough to choose…

  • Table Saw Dado Cuts Create Lock Joints

    There are countless approaches to joining two boards together, and our job as woodworkers is to choose an appropriate joint for each application. A good joinery option to have in our arsenal is called a lock joint, which is commonly used on projects that include drawers. This joint essentially combines a table saw dado on…

  • Scroll Saw Cutting

    Burn Free Scroll Saw Cutting

    Scroll saws provide the unique ability to create curved cuts with a tight radius, while leaving a surface quality that typically requires very little Sanding prior to applying a finish. But when working with stock that is thick or dense, scroll saw cutting can sometimes lead to burning the wood. This is a bad situation…

  • Band Saw Tires

    How to Clean Band Saw Tires

    A band saw is one of the more versatile tools in the shop, commonly used for cutting curves, ripping a straight edge on rough lumber, resawing, safe cutting of small parts, and other various tasks. Like any wood cutting tool, a band saw generates a lot of dust and debris in normal operations, and some…

  • How to Cut Acrylic

    How to Cut Acrylic with a Table Saw

    Learn how to cut acrylic sheets with a table saw, safely and effectively. Incorporating glass into a woodworking project can add an interesting design element, but it can be an expensive proposition to have glass cut to a custom size by a professional to match the specifications of your project. Acrylic offers a nice alternative…

  • How to Use a Router Bit

    How to Use a Trim Router and Bits

    Trim routers are a very handy tool to have in the shop, in part because they’re so easy to handle with one hand. This instructional video teaches you how to use a flush trim router bit, a V-bit for free-hand sign making, and a roman ogee bit. All of these cutters can be easily used…

  • Using Raised Panel Bits with Back Cutter | WWGOA

    Using Horizontal Raised Panel Bits with Back Cutter

    Master the process of building stylish cabinet doors using horizontal raised panel cutters with a back cutter. People love the look of raised panels on cabinet doors, but many woodworkers admit that they are intimidated by the process of building them. Like any technique in woodworking, this one can be mastered by following a set…

  • Using Horizontal Raised Panel Router Bits | WWGOA

    Using Horizontal Raised Panel Router Bits

    Master the process of building stylish cabinet doors using horizontal raised panel router bits. Raised panel doors contribute an air of distinction to a cabinet, but many woodworkers admit that they are intimidated by the process of building them. Like any process in woodworking, this one can be learned and mastered by following a set…