George Vondriska teaches you how to cut plywood on a sliding miter saw. This includes selecting the correct side of the wood, carefully operating the saw and deciding when to use a scoring cut or a complete cut to get the best possible finish.
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Instead of using a radius or chamfer bit on a router table, George Vondriska likes to use a tool called a Radi-Plane to smooth out the sharp edges of a ripped or jointed piece of wood. This simple tool allows you to quickly get rid of those ugly sharp points on a small piece thatWatch Now >>
George Vondriska teaches you a neat little trick for creating tighter biscuit joints on your shelving. After inserting the biscuits into their slots and filling them with glue, he likes to put two playing cards between the case side of a shelf that will be clamped and a flat caul. This will allow the glueWatch Now >>
V-carving on a CNC wood router creates an amazing hand carved look. The letters or artwork you V-carve will stand in relief of the background. This may look complicated, but it’s pretty straight forward, with a little instruction. We’re here to provide the instruction. We’ll show you how to create the design on VCarve software,Watch Now >>
Gluing together boards in an edge-to-edge arrangement to form one large panel is an important skill that most woodworkers want to master. This requires careful planning to ensure that the right number of boards is used, and that those boards are cut to the ideal width to maximize yield for the project. It also demandsWatch Now >>