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Tooling Breakdown

By Mike Serwa Posted: 02/18/2013 9:05PM

Three keys to maximizing any cutting tool’s effectiveness or in other words, getting the maximum life out of a particular cutting tool are: select the proper tool for each application;make sure that tool is held/driven properly (tool holder integrity); make sure the tool is run at the correct feed rate and RPM for the application.


Dremel Oscillating Tool Woodworking Applications

By Bill Esler Posted: 02/02/2013 9:04PM

Dremel Multi-Max MM40 oscillating tool has 2.5 amp motor and tool-less accessory changes


State Shaped Wood Side Tables

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 01/18/2013 2:24PM

900 Blok, a contemporary furniture design studio, recently launched a collection of side tables in the shape of the U.S. and its 50 states.


Shaping Wood at Grain Surfboards:

By Joe Carter Posted: 12/30/2012 5:02PM

Grain Surfboard factory runs woodworking workshops; wood surfboard workshop student Joe Carter records scenes from a class at Grain Surfboard, York, ME.




From Board Cutting, to Cutting Boards

By Bill Esler Posted: 12/25/2012 12:01AM

A favorite woodworking tool showed up in my kitchen this season, and my wife says it effortlessly produces the lightest, most wonderful orange zest.


Voorwood's A11 Sands as it Shapes

Posted: 11/15/2012 2:00PM

For producing cabinet doors and other straight or contoured wood components, Voorwood's Model A11 is the fastest manually-operated production machine in the industry. This is the first sliding table shaper to sand the substrate after the milling process.


Four Steps to Surfacing a CNC Spoilboard

By Mike McClaran, Better Vacuum Cups, greenbvc.com Posted: 11/03/2012 9:54PM

MDF spoilboards: you've got to prepare the board for use on a CNC router bed, to remove the sealer and make it porous so the vacuum will pull through it and hold down the work piece.


Rockler Introduces Line of Mini Carbide Turning Tools

Posted: 10/09/2012 2:16PM

Rockler's new line of Mini Carbide Turning Tools feature pre-sharpened, rotatable, replaceable carbide cutter heads built to deliver the longest possible duration between sharpenings, as well as ergonomic rubber handles for comfort and safety. The 4" shafts and mini cutter heads make them ideal for small, detailed work on pens and intricate spindles. The tools are offered individually in three profiles: square-, round- and diamond-shaped, and are also available in a 3-piece box set along with a wrench for rotating and replacing the cutters.


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