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  • Making a Sanding Pad

    Making a Sanding Pad

    Master woodworker Bruce Kieffer teaches you a cool way to create a sanding pad that will forever keep your sandpaper from flying out of your hand and onto the shop floor while hand sanding your woodworking projects. Hint: Spray adhesive is the secret.

  • Leveling Edge Banding With A Belt Sander

    Leveling Edge Banding with a Belt Sander

    Plywood edgebanding is best applied slightly wide and then sanded flush using a belt sander. Woodworking expert Bruce Kieffer shows you how to do this type of belt sanding without sanding through the plywood veneer or gouging the panel.

  • How to be a Belt Sander Pro

    How to Be a Belt Sander Pro

    A belt sander is a powerful woodworking tool if you know how to use it correctly. In this video, master woodworker Bruce Kieffer gives you some of his belt sanding tips and explains how to avoid project disasters!

  • Easier Clamping on a Band Saw Table

    Easier Clamping on a Bandsaw Table

    It can be tricky to clamp fences and jigs to the top of a cast iron band saw table because the webbing on the underside of the table gets in the way of your clamps. Fear not, George Vondriska teaches you a simple technique to create a flush surface on the bottom of your band…

  • Cutting Laminate on a Table Saw

    Cutting Laminate on a Table Saw

    Master woodworker George Vondriska demonstrates the best way to safely cut perfectly straight plastic laminate with your table saw. You’ll learn that all you need are a couple of scraps to make a handy foolproof woodworking jig.

  • Clamping Biscuits

    Clamping Biscuits

    It’s time to drop your standard woodworking clamps and check out these clamping biscuits. Master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how they work and how they can be an easy solution in your woodworking shop for some of those more difficult-to-clamp joints.

  • Mounting Router Bits

    Mounting Router Bits

    It is possible to mount a router bit incorrectly in your router collet, and that can spell disaster for your woodworking project. George Vondriska shows you how to properly insert and clamp router bits into your router.

  • Check for Slipping Router Bit Collet

    Check for Slipping Router Bit Collet

    Router bit collets do wear out, but it can be difficult to tell when. In this woodworking instructional video, master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how to confirm that your jig’s router bit collet is still properly holding router bits without slipping.

  • Biscuit Joiner on a Router

    Biscuit Joiner on a Router

    Can you cut biscuit joints on the router table you use for your woodworking projects? Sure, but you’ll need to know the steps to get the fit right. Our master woodworker George Vondriska explains the setup of the router as a biscuit joiner and shows you how to make the cuts.

  • 8mm Shanked Router Bits

    8mm Shanked Router Bits

    Did you know that your woodworking router can actually hold and use 8mm shanked router bits? Not 1/4″, not 1/2″, but 8 mm. Master woodworker George Vondriska discusses the calculated method to the madness, and introduces a must-have tool that will allow 8 mm shanked router bits to work in your router. Learn all about…