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How to Make Solid Wood 1800s Jeffersonian Bookstand

By Jared Patchin Posted: 09/30/2014 11:45AM

Jared Patchin shows how to make an 1800s style, revolving Jeffersonian Bookstand from solid walnut. Part 1 of 2


3 Things I Learned About Closets from Working in Millwork Shop

By Denise Butchko Posted: 09/29/2014 9:34AM

Designer Denise Butchko shares key closet design tips and her takeaways from time spent working in a custom millwork shop.


Siberian Elm is not Chinese Elm

By Scott Wunder Posted: 09/26/2014 10:44AM

It happens all the time, people call me and tell me about trees that are so big that they can’t get their arms around them and, unrelated but still slightly humorous, they tell me about their Chinese Elms.


Woodworking Dangers: You Can't Always Be in Control

By Ethan Abramson Posted: 09/23/2014 9:16AM

Many aspects of woodworking are dangerous. It's impossible to always be in control. Each year, over 65,000 people have an accident, and that is only on table saws. We can be safer by remembering that what we do is not safe.




Is There Anything Better than a Wooden Boat?...

By Chuck Ray Posted: 09/19/2014 10:41PM

I found myself wondering, as I toured Giesler Boat Builders factory in Powassan, Ontario.


How to Make Realistic Worm Holes in Wood: Part Two

By Scott Wunder Posted: 09/19/2014 11:29AM

To get things started, it helps to first look at truly worm-eaten wood. Here are some of my tricks for achieving realistic results.


Logs Sell Online as Alibaba Goes Public

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/19/2014 7:37AM

Online sales of skids of shrink-wrapped timber, and turns of saw logs will carry a higher profile now, as Alibaba begins trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. It's ticker symbol is BABA.


Worker Malaise: I Need Help!

By Brooks Gentleman Posted: 09/18/2014 7:29PM

biggest challenge confronting my company right now is finding good employees. This made me wonder what's going on in this country that is driving a general malaise in the workforce.


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