Tag: Shop Woodworking

Workbench and Blacksmithing Collections at Shop Woodworking

April 13, 20150 Comments

How’s that old adage about April showers go? “April showers bring May flowers.” I don’t how that has anything to do with woodworking or what I’m about to share with you, but I imagine taking advantage of one or both of these new collections from Shop Woodworking will probably pay off in the shop somewhere […]

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Popular Woodworking Magazine “I Can Do That!” on DVD?

January 25, 20130 Comments

Popular Woodworking Magazine’s “I Can Do That!” series has been a great introduction for brand new woodworkers who are looking for projects they’re not intimidated to build or simply don’t have that many tools. This popular series is made up of articles featuring projects that you can complete in less than two days of shop […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 159

October 6, 20111 Comment

Today’s post was written by Christopher Schwarz for the Lost Art Press Blog. It’s titled “When Your Eyes Fail You” and was originally posted June 29, 2011. Find more great posts like this, visit the Lost Art Press Blog at www.lostartpress.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 158

October 4, 20110 Comments

Today’s post was written by Peter Galbert for the Highland Woodworking Wood News Online for July 2011. It’s titled “Windsor Chairs: Why it all Adds Up”. To find more great articles like this, visit www.woodnewsonline.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d like to share on […]

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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. 149

August 18, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Andrew Lunn for the Eccentric Toolworks weblog, it’s titled “A Case for Embellished Tools”. Originally posted February 11, 2009. To find more great articles written by Andrew visit the Eccentric Toolworks weblog at eccentrictoolworks.com Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 148

August 16, 20112 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Robert Pridgen (better known to some by his Twitter handle “The Gravedigger”) for the Little Good Pieces weblog, it’s titled “Outfeed Table – Part 1”. Originally posted October 15, 2010. To find more great articles written by Robert visit the Little Good Pieces weblog at littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 147

August 11, 20111 Comment

Today’s episode was written by Chris Schwarz for the Lost Art Press Blog, it’s titled “Always Seeing Red”. Originally posted August 2, 2009. To find more great articles written by Chris for the Lost Art Press Blog visit lostartpress.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 146

August 9, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Rob Porcaro for the Heartwood weblog, it’s titled “Good days and bad days in the shop – why?”. Originally posted December 28, 2010. To find more great articles written by Rob visit the Heartwood weblog at www.rpwoodwork.com/blog. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or […]

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Mid-Week Tool Sneak Peek No. 5

July 27, 20110 Comments

Highland Woodworking has just the thing small shop woodworkers are looking for, an easy way to move “stationary tools” out of the way quickly and easily without breaking the bank. A Steel City Universal Mobile Base! * Just measure the base of your machine. * Cut a piece of 3/4″ plywood 1/2″ larger in each […]

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