• 1:48

    A Simple Tip for Accurate Pencil Tracing

    It’s common practice to use a pencil to trace one part onto another. However, it’s not exactly the perfect tool, and it can be difficult to keep the tip from skipping across your surface or keeping the tip flush against the piece you’re tracing. It’s easy to lose a bit of accuracy when pencil tracing…

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  • 2:24

    Shop-made Epoxy Mold

    There are lots of ways to work with resin. It can be cast, used as a table top decoration or finish, poured as a skim coat to add a decorative element to your projects. Casting resin is easy and, thanks to what we’re about to show you, you can make your own resin molds in…

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  • 3:56

    Making an Arc, Simplified

    Woodworkers typically become proficient with building square projects, but can be intimidated at the prospect of drawing an arc that will appear in their project. Drawing an arc can be done a few different ways, and some can be complicated and others are error prone. After drawing an arc perfectly, cutting an arc is generally…

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  • 4:48

    Painting a Sign: Masking for Two Colors

    Sign making is a great area within woodworking. Most of us have the tools and the fundamental woodworking skills to produce creative custom signs that people love. In order to fully customize the look of your sign, it’s a good idea to apply some color. This can give it the special look that you’re after,…

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  • 7:25

    Mixing Resin the Right Way

    Resin, also called epoxy, has really taken the woodworking world by storm. Lots of woodworkers have become intrigued by resin and what it can add to their projects. This medium provides lots of room for creativity, but if it isn’t used correctly, there can be a myriad of problems. It all starts with making sure…

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  • 12:01

    Oval Turning

    Have you ever wanted to try oval turning on your lathe? Through the use of multi-axis turning you can do this. Multi-axis turning involves moving the live center to multiple points on your spindle to create a shape that is something other than round, such as an oval. Why might someone want to learn oval…

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  • 4:01

    Making Striped Turning Blanks

    If you enjoy woodturning, you surely spend some time preparing turning blanks. Sometimes it’s nice to work with thick stock and simply cut it to the dimensions that you need. But other times, you might not have thick enough stock, or perhaps you just want to incorporate some different colors into your project to enhance…

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  • 2:25

    Sign Painting: Filling in the Letters

    Making signs is one of those activities that capture the imagination of just about every woodworker at some point. The ability to make custom signs for yourself, a customer, or a friend is a neat skill to have in your arsenal. When you want to make signs, it will be important to hone your CNC,…

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  • 9:03

    All You Need to Know About Resin

    Boy, there are A LOT of resin products available in the marketplace, and they’re not inexpensive. Just like you want to choose the right tool for your woodworking tasks, you also want to choose the right resin for your resin work. The right product for a resin table isn’t necessarily right for other resin or…

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