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MBW on Popular Woodworking Blog No. 2

February 19, 20140 Comments

The second of my three part series on the Popular Woodworking Blog has been posted. This post is a continuation on the theme of setting up a home wood shop (big or small) and this time around it’s a look at a few things you may have to take a look at when you’re ready […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 198

May 8, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chris Schwarz for The Chris Schwarz Blog at www.popularwoodworking.com. It’s titled “What type of woodworker are you – honestly” and was originally posted March 22, 2012. To read this post and others written by Chris, visit The Chris Schwarz Blog at www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/chris-schwarz-blog. What type of woodworker are you? Find out […]

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484 “The Accident”

May 2, 201224 Comments

We’re now about halfway through Safety Week 2012 and hopefully you’ve found that one or two golden nuggets you’ll carry with you every time you step in the shop. Regardless of what it is, the most important thing is to take what you’ve learned this week and turn it into the kind of habit that […]

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Review Show No. 5 – Build an 18th Century Workbench

September 28, 20110 Comments

Title: Build an 18th Century Workbench Run Time: 38 Minutes Production Date: 2010 Produced By: Popular Woodworking Price: $24.99 US Marc’s Score: 3.8 Grape Sodas out of 5 Matt”s Score: 3.7 Grape Sodas out of 5 From the Back of the Case: “One of the most important workbench plans ever published appeared in A.J. Roubo’s […]

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Woodworking in America 2010 and more

September 2, 20112 Comments

To wrap-up the Woodworking in America re-visit this week it’s time to share some footage from last year’s conference and also include links and more to all the previous footage that I posted in the days after each conference. When it comes to woodworking events, this one feels like a homecoming. I get a chance […]

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Mid-week tool sneak peek no. 9

August 24, 20111 Comment

For creating beautiful custom-made picture frames one way to reinforce the corner miter joints is to use mechanical fasteners. Whether it’s brad nails or specialized joint fasteners, they can quickly and easily strength the miters. But they don’t add anything to the overall look of the frame, nothing that could make your frames stand out […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 137

June 23, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chris Schwarz for PopularWoodworking.com’s Joinery Techniques section. It’s titled “A Bit of Voodoo for Cursed Doors”. Originally posted December 21, 2009. To find more great articles like today’s post, visit the Joinery Techniques section of PopularWoodworking.com at www.popularwoodworking.com/techniques/joinery. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 86

June 2, 20110 Comments

On today’s special live edition of Wood Talk Online Radio, we’ll be discussing leaving a woodworking legacy, popping the grain on non-figured woods, Popular Woodworking goes digital, and other stuff and things! We’ll also have some voicemails, emails, and the common task quiz. Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 85

May 26, 20110 Comments

On today’s show, we talk about joining the Frogpants Network, woodworking seasons, and our big topic for the day: the hand tool craze! Email us at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at (623) 242-5180 or Skype us at WoodTalkOnline. Don’t forget to visit the forum at WoodTalkOnline.com! What’s on the Bench: […]

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Woodworking Tool Giveaways Galore!

May 13, 20111 Comment

I really wish I could say I’m the only website on the Internet where you have a chance to win some great prizes. But luckily for all of us that’s far from the truth. Typically while I’m out scouring all these other woodworking websites for great content to inspire me, and maybe in turn inspire […]

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