A V-block is a must-have shop-made jig, especially for safely cutting round stock on the bandsaw. The easiest way to make one? Use a two-cut set up on the table saw and it’ll be V for victory.
So you’ve finished your newest woodworking masterpiece, a brand new desk for your office, and you plan on using your computer, but you don’t want exposed cords making your work space look cluttered or untidy. Using an Oscillating Multi-tool from Bosch, George demonstrates plunge cutting holes in the countertop so these cords have easy accessWatch Now >>
See what George has been up to for the last six months! It’s been a while since we checked in on the progress of our in-house expert woodworker’s new workshop, so George Vondriska takes you on an updated tour of his working space and shows you how he has chosen to lay out his powerWatch Now >>
Did you know that your woodworking router can actually hold and use 8mm shanked router bits? Not 1/4″, not 1/2″, but 8 mm. Master woodworker George Vondriska discusses the calculated method to the madness, and introduces a must-have tool that will allow 8 mm shanked router bits to work in your router. Learn all aboutWatch Now >>
Woodworkers often find themselves ripping lumber to a dimension where its thickness is consistent to its width. Common applications for this include table legs, turning blanks, posts, slats, etc. Often times the first step is to plane the stock to the desired thickness, then take it to the table saw to cut the wood width.Watch Now >>