Adding antler accents to a project – in this case, a lidded box – can be a nice feature. Watch as George Vondriska turns a piece of antler on his lathe to create a button for the lid of an oak box. He secures the antler to the oak with cyanoacrylate glue. Follow along and see how you can add antler to your next woodworking project!
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 alternativeWatch Now >>
Here’s a simple way to produce tapers for furniture legs. No specialized jigs required. Just a band saw equipped with the right blade, and you’re good to go. Related Videos: Making A Tapered Leg Jig Using A Table Saw Laying Out A Two-Sided Tapered LegWatch Now >>
It’s a very common question. Can end grain cutting boards be sent through a planer to get them smooth and flat? This video conclusively answers this question for you, and explains the safety concerns that accompany planing end grain cutting boards. What is an end grain cutting board? End grain cutting boards start out asWatch Now >>
In the final installation of our three-part series on building a tiled sofa table, George vondriska teaches you how to sand and finish the wooden carcass of the table and then install the tile into the frame that you created in the second step. He demonstrates the proper technique for using a handheld sander toWatch Now >>