Whether you’re an experienced woodworker, a beginner or somewhere in between, revisiting basic safety practices in the work shop is always a good idea. George Vondriska takes the time to go over basic table saw safety with a beginning woodworker. From where to stand, when to use a push stick, blade height and other table saw safety practices, this video is a quick reminder of how to stay safe when using the table saw in your work shop.
It’s not uncommon to use edge banding to put a clean edge on your projects which use sheet stock. Unfortunately, the sheet stock and the hardwood edge banding are rarely the same size. Dave Munkittrick and George Vondriska show you how to make the edge banding flush with the sheet stock using a paint scraper… Read more »Watch Now >>
Using wood dough filler is a great way to fix small gaps in your woodworking projects. George Vondriska shares his tip for creating seamless repairs of small voids with a shop-made wood dough filler made from yellow glue and wood dust. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.Watch Now >>
Learn some helpful tips on how to clean rust off a table saw. If your table saw has a cast iron top even the slightest amount of moisture contacting it can leave water marks and eventually rust spots. George Vondriska shows you how to remove and avoid rust spots by using rust remover, fine grit… Read more »Watch Now >>