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General Tools MMD8P Moisture Meter Is Good On The Outside

By Scott Wunder Posted: 07/21/2014 11:49AM

When the General Tools & Instruments MMD8P moisture meter ($199) showed up to be reviewed, I was excited. I have moisture issues with wood – it seems like it’s always too wet to use and I don’t want to wait.


Williams & Hussey Marks 60 Years Making Molders in New Hampshire

By Stephen V. Carter Posted: 07/15/2014 2:12PM

Williams & Hussey is celebrating 60 years of manufacturing molders in the Granite State of New Hampshire. Although our location has changed within a few miles of each other we are still located in the southern part of the state.


The Project Estimate is Also a Finely Tuned Woodworking Machine

By Jim McAgy Posted: 07/14/2014 1:01PM

The estimate is one of the best pieces of machinery in any woodworking shop, believe it or not. The better you tune your machinery - we used a Monday meeting - the better it works, and that goes for your proposal as well.


Wood Finishing 101: The Chemistry in Coating Wood Furniture

By Matt D'Anca Posted: 07/11/2014 9:00AM

In the woodworking industry, there is a tendency to place manual finishing in the realm of art, but the reality is that more finishing problems are the result of microscopic interactions than flawed technique.




On Woodworking Education, Employee Loyalty and Life

By Chuck Ray Posted: 07/09/2014 12:49PM

I've spent a lot of time recently with companies that are trying to figure out this puzzling economy, and in some cases, how to deal with employee recruitment and retention issues. I think woodworking educator Dean Mattson offers an interesting spin to this dilemma.


Curly Cherry Bar Top Fights Back and Loses

By Scott Wunder Posted: 07/02/2014 3:04PM

I once made a bar top from curly cherry that I thought would only take a few hours to finish, but took me three days instead. My, how time flies when you’re screwing up a good finish.


Mistakes That Make Us Woodworkers: Bad Glue-ups Bond Craftsmen

By Ethan Abramson Posted: 06/27/2014 9:16AM

Woodworkers strive for perfection, but they bond over mistakes. A look at how stories of miscuts, bad templates and showing screws bond a community.


WoodshopTampa Kickstarter Funding Campaign Didn't Work

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/24/2014 10:00PM

o open a woodshop for the public, Bill McCreary planned to raise $250,000. His goal was to find a space and fill it with saws, power tools, laser cutter, workbenches and other shop basics, then charge the public a membership fee to use it.


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