Tag: Lie-Nielsen Toolworks

Chicago bound April 12, 2014

April 7, 20143 Comments

It’s been far too long since my last visit to the annual Lie-Nielsen Tool Event at Jeff Miller’s studio in Chicago so this year I made it a point to mark my calendar and plan to be attendance on Saturday April 12. If you’re not familiar with a Lie-Nielsen Tool Event the best way to […]

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Mid-week tool sneak peek no. 12

October 5, 20110 Comments

Building jigs and fixtures is a genre of woodworking all it’s own. Building them for a workbench is a specialty within that genre. And building them so they work is an art more than a science. Lee Valley’s Bench Anchors helps to make that art form a little bit easier for everyone to enjoy. I […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 141

July 21, 20111 Comment

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Lee Laird for the Highland Woodworking Blog. It’s titled “The Plane Facts: Why Doesn’t This Plane/Chisel Work Like It Should??” and was originally posted February 23, 2011. To find more great posts like today’s, visit the Highland Woodworking Blog at www.blog.woodworkingtooltips.com. Click to Play Download Audio […]

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