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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The cornerstone of hand tool woodworking is the chisel. Whether you are chopping dovetails, paring to a line on end grain, or shearing off a bead of excess glue, one thing is for certain, you will want that bad boy to have a hair-splitting wicked sharp edge on it. The concept for how to sharpenWatch Now >>
Your woodworking life will be easier if you cut sheet goods down to rough size before heading for the table saw, a great job for a circular saw and track system. In addition to rough cutting pieces to size, a track saw can be used to miter carcase sides, cross cut large pieces to length,Watch Now >>
George Vondriska gives you some scroll saw tips for projects that require running small pieces of wood through a scroll saw. Because the pieces tend to get caught in or fall down into the throat hole of the saw, you can try covering the throat with a piece of Plexiglass with a 1/4″ cutout forWatch Now >>
Forstner bits have a lot of uses in your workshop, but when they get dull, they are frustrating to work with. One alternative is to send them out for sharpening, but that can put them out of commission for a week or two. George Vondriska shows his technique for sharpening forstner bits using a rotaryWatch Now >>