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Don’t Be Afraid of Using Hand Tools

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/18/2015 9:00AM

I remember the day like it was yesterday. I took those first few swipes on a piece of scrap wood and discovered the magic. I was able to get thin, whispy shavings. That day changed my woodworking forever.


Pay Attention During Assembly and Glue-Up

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/17/2015 9:00AM

I’m in the middle of repairing an antique table. There’s nothing really broken, but most of the joints are loose. So I’m carefully prying apart the old doweled joints and removing the old glue, then reassembling the joint with Titebond wood glue.


Vancouver Millwork Giant Metrie Heads to Las Vegas IBS 2015

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 01/15/2015 10:46PM

Vancouver wood component manufacturer Metrie plans to showcase interior finishing trends for kitchen, bath and dining room and show how to create unique living spaces with millwork during the 2015 International Builders’ Show, Las Vegas Jan. 20-22.


Gluing Joints: It's A Surface Thing

By Bernie Bottons Posted: 01/15/2015 6:02PM

"In coatings, we preach the need to get the coating onto the wood as soon after the final sanding is completed as is absolutely possible. Obviously, as wood is a material that is susceptible to humidity and temperature change, one can see the logic in that concept."




Woodworking On the Road: Tour a Portable Woodshop

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 01/14/2015 11:03AM

Homebuilder Ron Paulk built a mobile woodshop that he takes to his construction sites for interior woodworking projects. See how he built the portable space to store saws, workbenches, hardware, etc.


Virginia Tech Designs Kitchen of Future at KBIS 2015

Posted: 01/13/2015 8:22AM

At KBIS 2015, the Virginia Tech University Center for Design Research will show kitchen cabinetry as a cartridge design, exploring manufacturing technologies as part of the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show Jan. 20-22 in the KBIS NeXT area.


Download SketchUp Project Plan for Customized Shaker Bench

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/12/2015 9:00AM

This Shaker-style sitting bench is simple enough that it could be mass-produced quickly using conventional shop tools or CNC machines. Of course, you can alter the overall size of the final piece per your customer’s request, but this design makes it easy.


Trimming Edging with Hand Planes

By Randy Maxey Posted: 01/12/2015 9:00AM

When the shadow box I’m making out of cherry plywood needed some hardwood edging to hide the ugly plywood edges, I used my little Stanley 101. It’s a small plane a little longer than 3″. It’s a cute little thing. But it comes in handy for light tasks like this.


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