• WGA 014846f_D1K60U_c Why George Loves Combination Squares FREE
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    There are a handful of tools in the shop that I use nearly every day. A combination square is one of them. These are such versatile tools. I love that you can interchange the heads for different functions, getting even more mileage out of a nearly indispensable tool. Round stock, angles, marking and measuring. The

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  • WGA 014851f_D1K65U_c Understanding Screws SPONSORED
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    Fasteners are like any other tool; you need to pick the right one for the job you’re doing. There are many different types of screws, and it definitely pays to match the fastener you’re using to the project you’re building. This video provides a great overview of different fasteners in the market place, their advantages

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  • WGA 014817f_D1K31U_c Squeeze Out In Corners PREMIUM
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    When you build a wood project, there’s a good chance that there will be some glue involved. And when there is glue, there is a high probability of seeing wood glue squeeze out. In fact, if you don’t have some amount of wood glue squeeze out, it is likely that you have not applied enough

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  • WGA 013987f_D1J35U_c
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    CNC technology has made its way into a large number of woodworking operations, even increasingly finding its way into hobbyist shops. When using a CNC machine, one of the fundamental requirements is to ensure that the workpiece is solidly and safely secured to the bed of the CNC. If there is any ability for the

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  • WGA 013984f_D1J32U_c
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    There are a lot of great reasons for having a laser on a miter saw, but not every saw comes with a miter saw laser. If your machine doesn’t have a laser don’t despair, there’s a solution. Benefits of a laser There are some great reasons for having a miter saw laser. A big one

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  • WGA 013983f_D1J31U_c
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    One of the most interesting things I’ve done recently on a CNC machine is using it for CNC foam cutting. And by foam, I simply mean standard building foam that you can get at a home center. It’s inexpensive, and machines great. You might use it to create a finished item, or to mock up

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  • WGA 013571f_D1I85U_c Cut a Butterfly PREMIUM
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    If you are working on a project and the stock has a crack in it, don’t sweat it. You can reinforce the wood, and at the same time add a beautiful detail by installing a beautiful butterfly joint and “celebrating” the imperfection rather than removing it or attempting to hide it. Once you learn how

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  • WGA 013982f_D1J30U_c Power Drive Screw Eyes
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    How many times have you done this? Predrill a hole, grab a screw eye, put a screwdriver through the eye, and start tediously driving the screw eye in? Putting in one tiny screw eye? That’s not a bad solution. Driving large screw eyes, like you’d use on a swing set, or driving lots of screw

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  • WGA 013569f_D1I83U_c Accurate Table Saw Crosscuts PREMIUM
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    Want to build cabinets? If so, you’ll probably be using plywood or some other man-made sheet stock for the carcasses. Cutting plywood can be tricky. Who wants to flop those big sheets onto a table saw? It’s much easier to take the tool to the work in this case, instead of the work to a

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