Long time WWGOA members might notice a change in our videos, as George Vondriska has relocated to a new woodworking shop! He’s thrilled to have moved all of his equipment and stockpiles of wood into a workshop with greater space, which will allow the WWGOA team more options for tips and projects to help you in your woodworking endeavors.
For some woodworking projects you will need to cut pieces that are tapered. George Vondriska shows you a great woodworking technique for cutting tapered pieces using a table saw, a piece of hard board as a straight edge and some screws. It’s quick, easy and a safe way to make taper cuts on a table… Read more »Watch Now >>
Dave Munkittrick teaches you a simple woodworking technique how to remove glue squeeze-out from your projects. He prefers to rub down the joint with a wet sponge and then dry it off with a rag, which will nicely clean up the excess without harming the bond.Watch Now >>
Pattern cutting is a great way to make many identical parts on the bandsaw. All you need is a rigid pattern and shop-made follower. The follower is simple, consisting of an arm and a base. The arm cantilevers from the base toward the blade. The base should be long enough that it’s easy to clamp… Read more »Watch Now >>