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!
Putting a bevel on the ends of your boards is a great way to make the board look more delicate for your next woodworking project. George Vondriska takes you step-by-step through the process of creating an eye catching, hand planed bevel on his shelving project using a hand plane along with some elbow grease.Watch Now >>
Master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how to properly use your benchtop mortiser by demonstrating the correct sequence of cuts that you should make. He lays out the dimensions, lines up the mortiser, and shows how to use the hollow chisel to make initial cuts and then go back through to remove the bridges in… Read more »Watch Now >>
George Vondriska discusses how WWGOA typically approaches building the woodworking projects that you know and love. He suggests that while you may want to get right into the full-sized build, you should consider working on a small-scale model of the project to test its dimensions and structure, then step up to the regular size once… Read more »Watch Now >>