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    There is a large and growing popularity around working with slab wood and making big, bold table tops with this material. That means dealing with imperfections that you will invariable find in the slabs. Epoxy is a great material for filling voids because it provides an attractive surface that can be sanded flush with the

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  • 2:20

    A drill press provides a great way for drilling holes, but sometimes isn’t capable of doing quite what you want it to do. When it comes to drilling tiny holes, anything 1/16” or less, many drill presses can’t help you. The chuck simply doesn’t get small enough to securely hold little bits. And that’s a

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  • 11:28

    Who doesn’t have use for a new chalkboard? Whether you are going to set it up in your shop to keep track of the new tools that you need, or if you plan to donate it to your church or child’s school, a new chalkboard will come in quite handy. As an added bonus, wouldn’t

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  • 17:43

    When spring hits, it’s time to get those outdoor plants going. It’s a lot of fun to plant flowers or veggies (and it’s a great thing to do with kids) and it’s even more fun when you’re putting them in a planter that you built. Dimensions This planter is made completely out of cedar 1x12s.

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  • How to Build a Workbench, Workbench Plans
    1:31:38

    Gain all the knowledge you need to build your own fully accessorized workbench with this step-by-step video featuring George Vondriska. For both beginning and intermediate woodworkers alike, a well-made and intricately customized workbench is a critical tool to ensure efficiency in all your future woodworking projects. Through George’s detailed instruction, you’ll quickly and easily learn

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  • Standing Planter Box
    42:49

    One of the easier woodworking projects you can build yourself is a standing planter box for herbs, fresh vegetables, or flowers. Even if you have a large garden, certain things are more convenient if they are just outside your door including herbs, lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes and other fresh vegetables. They’ll be within reach to

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  • How to Make Pegboard Shelves
    6:41

    Learn a few tricks to easily make pegboard shelves — these shelves will make other woodworking projects easier by having tools at your beck and call instead of in a toolbox where you’ll have to take extra steps to reach them. These small shelves provide a great home for sanders, hand planes and other tools

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  • How to Build an Adirondack Chair
    31:03

    Find Adirondack chair plans that will make you the envy of the neighborhood. To make it simple, we’ve provided a full-size Adirondack chair plan of all the chair parts. Our Adirondack chair plan is great for adding a personal touch to the patio or porch of your home. Your guests will take note of the

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  • Gluing A Face Frame to a Case
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    One challenge woodworkers face as they learn how to build cabinets is gluing the cabinet face frame to the case. A cabinet face frame is the wood fixed to the front of a cabinet case–sometimes called a carcase, which hides the edges of the case and provides the fixing point for doors and other external

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  • Using Clamps to Square a Cabinet
    3:17

    As you learn how to build cabinets, one essential rule to remember is that all of the components have to align so that you make the cabinet square. If a cabinet assembly is out of square, doors and shelves won’t fit properly. After you’ve applied the glue and clamped the components, there’s no need to

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  • Trim Edge Banding
    2:40

    Often you want to add banding around the outside of a piece to give it a finished look. Think a desktop, like the one shown in this video, a tabletop, cabinets, or even some decorative drawers and doors. Especially when you use a different type of wood for the banding than you’ve used for the

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  • Accurately Measuring Window and Door Panels
    1:14

    George Vondriska teaches you a quick tip for accurately measuring window and door panels that are typically awkward to fit a ruler into. By using a little bit of simple math and taking readings from both sides, you can take the headache out of measuring.

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  • How to Dish Out a Stool Seat - Woodworking Video
    9:49

    Watch this video and learn how to make a stool seat with a comfortable contour using a rounded router bit and shopmade patterns. In woodworking we call this process “dishing out”– making something concave, like a dish. Why dish out the seat? If you’ve ever had to sit on a flat wooden stool seat for

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  • Creating a Wooden Hinge for a Gate Leg Table
    7:52

    Discover how to make wooden hinges for a gateleg table, hinged-lid blanket chest or other furniture projects. Watch as we teach you how to set up your tablesaw with a shop-made fence that guides your workpiece past a dado head blade, creating perfect teeth and sockets. And this wooden hinge is just the beginning. WWGOA’s

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  • Planing Furniture Legs
    7:48

    Watching our videos is a terrific way to learn how to build furniture. In this video, you’ll learn how to make wooden furniture legs that are planed to be dimensionally identical. Each step of the process is explained and demonstrated in real time so you can take what you’ve learned and apply it directly to

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  • Getting Wobble-Free Chair Legs
    6:42

    George Vondriska shows you how to get your chair legs wobble-free. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. Level provided by Level Best2.

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    • Customer Service

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  1. Kurt Kress

    Hi George
    Thanks to my kids they bought me a cnc router essentials book that you co wrote. I am having fun working on your projects. When I got to the one about Lake Superior the painting really interest me. How did you get red and black in the text. That looks real sharp. Hope to hear back from you thanks Kurt.

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  2. Bruce Miller

    I have been a member for some years but your email stopped coming last year and I thought my membership had lapsed. Can you please reinstate the emails

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Bruce,

      Thank you for contacting us. I’m sorry to hear you haven’t been receiving our free e-newsletter. I have resubmitted your email address to be added again. Please allow up to 5 business days for this to process. In the mean time please got to our website http://www.wwgoa.com and login to your Premium membership to access your benefits.

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      Taylar
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  3. Danny Sigmon

    Here is a good discussion on wooden materials flatten. A complete guideline from you. Are these tools maintain such criteria Lightweight design,Comes with 6-Amp powerful motor, Offers 34000 cuts per minute, Durable blades for smooth cut, Can make rabbets up to 1 inch

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  4. fbhvac.9

    These video’s are so AWESOM. I too am so glad I finally joined WWGOA. I had foot surgery 2 weeks ago so am confined to the house pretty much so guess what? I have been watching video’s probably 3 hrs a day for about 10 days since I can’t go out to my shop. I have learned more techniques about woodworking in the last 10 days than in the last 10 years! George is a master at his trade and a master instructor.

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  5. Charles Thompson

    All of your videos are amazing, I have watched the tutorial videos and now learning woodworking. I really appreciate your effort. Thank you so much for sharing these helpful videos. Please keep it up.

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  6. Stuart Root

    I was signing up for the $7.00

    I was signing up for the $7 Premium and I dropped my mouse and everything disappeared. So I starting over.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Stuart. Let us know if you need any assistance with signing up. If you would like to give our customer service team a call at 1-855-253-0822 they would be happy to assist you with this.
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      Jean-WWGOA Video Membership

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  7. George van winkle

    I purchased a 3 disk set from you. The Chair Making Essentials disk has a problem about 1/4 of the way in. From that point I get errors and can not finish the lesson. I would appreciate it if you could replace that video for me. Thank you. The other 2 work just fine. They were on dresser essentials and cabinet making the next level.

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Sam,

      Thank you for contacting us. I apologize Chair Making Essentials will not play. I have reshipped you a new DVD. Please allow 7-10 business days for the DVD to ship.

      If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at 1-855-253-0822 or chat us on our website.

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      Taylar
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  8. Charles

    hi team
    im looking for plans to make an antique stationary (letter) holder…would anyone have one? thx Charles

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  9. JOHN VLK

    I am a Platium member. Just watched a video called Cutting Plywood for Accuracy which I enjoyed very much. The one thing that caught my eye when the sheet of plywood was placed upon a platform of 4 2 x 4’s .This happened early in the video. My question is what’s holding the length of the 2 2 x 4’s, on their vertical side.
    Your response would be very much appreciated. John

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    • Customer Service

      Hi John. In this case, nothing as I recall. They just balance on the edge of the 2×4. If you wanted a more permanent setup for doing this regularly, you could attach a piece of 3/4″ plywood to an edge of each 2×4. I have a number of these “T-bars” in my shop, and I use them all the time for elevating things for clamping as well as finishing.
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      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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  10. David A. Hartman

    If people are serious about woodworking,I would suggest becoming a platinum member .
    There is so much information .

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  11. Joel

    I am trying to log into one of your classes? the class I want to log into is 8 jigs, can’t I thought I was a platinum member and I could log on to these different classes? please give me the password or give me a hint on how I can log on? I have already paid for last year. An I’m gettering ready to pay another $350???????? I will be expecting a direct response from you guyes

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Joel. To access your Platinum membership benefits you will want to go to your account dashboard after you are logged in and you can click on the classes tab. There you will be able to view the classes that came with your Platinum Membership. Any other class is an additional purchase in the shop section at a discounted price. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service team at 1-855-253-0822 and they can assist you.
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  12. Shane

    Could you Remove me from your email list. The copious amt of emails are clogging my email up. There is no unsubscribe so I want it stopped. No more emails.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Shane. I do want to let you know that you can choose what types of emails you receive by scrolling down to the bottom of any email you received and clicking on the Preference Center Link. There you can choose your options.
      Per your request, I have removed your email address from our Woodworkers Guild of America E-Newsletter mailing list. Please allow up to 5 business days for your request to be completed. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service team at 1-855-253-0822.
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  13. Dana

    Ok I just wanted tips on how to make n build a toddler bed and u all have done Absoulty Nothing except try to run me around n make me sign up for and Pay for stuff . .. it’s NOT HAPPENING … THANKS FOR WASTING MY TIME

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    • Dana

      Oh yeah take off my name from u’re emails coming to me also it’s called harassment.. cuz I clearly don’t ever want to sign up for some bogus bulshit like this

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      • Customer Service

        Hi Dana.
        I am sorry you feel that way. Your information has been updated. I have removed your email address from our Woodworkers Guild of America E-Newsletter mailing list. Please allow up to 5 business days for your request to be completed. Let us know if you have any questions.
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    • Customer Service

      Hi Dana. I am sorry we do not have plans for a Toddler Bed. I am sorry we were not able to help with this.
      I will forward you suggestion on.
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      Jean-Woodworkers Guild of America Video Membership

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