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  • George’s Tips on Impact Driver Tips

    Buying a tip for power driving screws may seem like a no brainer but, like any tool, it pays to know what you’re getting and what you should be shopping for before making a purchase. This is especially true if you’re putting screws in with an impact driver. Impact drivers exert a lot of torque,

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  • Shop Dust Collection: Shop Vacuum vs. Dust Collector

    Woodshop dust collection is a mysterious topic for many woodworkers, but we at WWGOA like to approach it in very simple terms that we can all understand. When contemplating woodshop dust collection, the first question that many woodworkers as is “Do I really need a dedicated dust collector? Can’t I just use a shop vacuum

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  • Woodworking Power Tools

    Top 5 Stationary Woodworking Power Tools for Beginners

    Whether they’re just getting started, or have been involved with woodworking for a while, many woodworkers wonder what woodworking power tools they should add to their shop. The answer to this question can be subjective, and depend on what types of woodworking projects you commonly build, but George Vondriska is ready to provide you with

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  • what are band saws used for

    What are Bandsaws Used For?

    If you’ve been considering what tool to put in your shop next, and looking at the wide array of choices, you’ve probably wondered if you need a bandsaw, and what are bandsaws used for? We’re here to help you out by letting you know what kind of work bandsaws can do, which will help you

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  • 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

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  • What is a Miter Saw Used For

    What is a Miter Saw Used For?

    If you’re considering adding a miter saw to your shop, you might be saying to yourself, What is a miter saw used for? Does a miter saw offer enough benefits to make it worth the investment? What do I need to know about miter saws in order to make an educated buying choice? How do

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  • Vertical Raised Panel Router Bit

    Using a Vertical Raised Panel Router Bit

    Build your own cabinet doors using a vertical raised panel router bit. Most people agree that raised panel doors are beautiful, but many woodworkers admit that they are intimidated by the idea of building them. As a prerequisite to using a vertical raised panel router bit, a woodworker should know how to use a router

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  • 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

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  • Drill vs. Impact Driver

    Drill vs. Impact Driver

    There are lots of cordless tools in the marketplace. Few are as handy as impact drivers and drills. Here’s some great buying advice that’ll help you figure out which of these tools will serve you and your shop the best; impact driver, or drill? Check out this video before you make a buying decision.

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  • AWFS 2015 New Products

    AWFS 2015 has come and gone, with manufacturers taking advantage of the venue to show off their products. Have a look at a few things George discovered at this year’s show.

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