A straight edge is an invaluable tool in your woodworking shop. Unfortunately, buying a quality straight edge can be very expensive. Here’s how to avoid that expense by building your own shop-made straight edge. The key is taking three different boards and using each as a reference to make sure you end up with three perfectly straight edges.
Ready to do some turning? Keep lathe safety in mind. You’ve got to wear a face shield to protect your face and eyes. When you get to the sanding step you also need to protect your lungs, something a face shield alone won’t do. Check out this video to learn more about face shield/respirator combos.Watch Now >>
Build a roll-around shop table from one sheet of 3/4″ plywood. This woodworking shop project is a great asset in any shop! Use it for an assembly and outfeed table as well as a portable tool caddie. Master woodworker George Vondriska gives you the complete workbench plans, tells you what hardware you’ll need and discussesWatch Now >>
It’s very common to have a reveal between a leg and rail, which adds a nice detail to the piece of furniture. If you’re joining the pieces using a biscuit, don’t go through the rigamarole of changing the biscuit joiner’s fence to get the reveal. Use this simple trick instead.Watch Now >>