We all know how difficult it can be to adjust the height of your table saw blade to make precise dado and half lap cuts. You can ease the struggle by utilizing digital calipers and a calculator to determine exactly how much a quarter turn on your table saw will change the height of the blade.
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 andWatch Now >>
In this woodworking project video, George Vondriska guides you step-by-step on how to make a beautiful occasional table. George teaches some helpful tips and tricks on how to easily cut all the pieces required and how to create tapered legs that connect using biscuit joinery. The top of the table has a ceramic tile inWatch Now >>
George Vondriska teaches you how to properly lubricate your dovetail jigs to get a smoother glide with your handheld router for woodworking projects. When applying a lubricant to an aluminum template and a power tool with sensitive parts and small cracks, he recommends that you use a woodworking-specific product like GlideCote (not a silicone-based spray)Watch Now >>