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New DEWALT Woodworking Tools - 20V MAX XR Brushless Jigsaw DCS334B Bare or DCS334M1 Kit

New DEWALT Woodworking Tools – 20V MAX XR Brushless Jigsaw DCS334B Bare or DCS334M1 Kit

DEWALT Woodworking Tools DEWALT is releasing 3 new 20V MAX XR tool designed for woodworkers and to be more compact than their current offerings.  The new line up consists of a Brushless 5-inch Random Orbit Sander, a 20V MAX XR Brushless Jigsaw, and a 20V MAX XR Brushless Router.  In the video above, we take […]

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Variable Router Jig | Woodpeckers OneTIME TOOL

Variable Router Jig | Woodpeckers OneTIME TOOL

Routers are versatile! There is no doubt that routers are an extremely versatile tool in the woodworking shop. They can complete simple edge profiling tasks to complicated joinery operations. With a quality router, some accessories and jigs, someone can do a large portion of a project with a router. Accessories are something that really separates a specific […]

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Ridgid R86044B Vs. Makita XTR01Z | Trim Router Battle Comparison

Ridgid R86044B Vs. Makita XTR01Z | Trim Router Battle Comparison

Which trim router is right for you? Before we get into the nitty-gritty details, we want to provide a little context to this battery power trim router comparison. We are not 100 percent sure there will be a clear winner in the end. We have both units in our professional woodworking shop and they each […]

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Cedar and Steel Chalk Board Frames | Build Video

Cedar and Steel Chalk Board Frames | Build Video

Chalk Board Frames The same client we made the cedar and steel tables for are back again! They purchased a couple chalk board slabs from an old school and they want a matching frame. The clients establishment has a theme and decor that would remind you of an urban city. Exposed I-beams, concrete floors, man-hole […]

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Rockler Miter Fold Dado Set Demo and Review

Rockler Miter Fold Dado Set Demo and Review

Drawers and Boxes are Everywhere! Whether you are getting something out of your kitchen, bathroom vanity, garage shelves or your TV cabinet there is a darn good chance you will open a drawer. These drawers are technically boxes and boxes are found all around as well. Not so much wood but boxes are the go […]

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Makita 18v LXT Cordless Biscuit/Plate Joiner Review

Makita 18v LXT Cordless Biscuit/Plate Joiner Review – XJP03Z

What are biscuits for in woodworking? Biscuits offer excellent alignment and measurable strength in a woodworking joint. A biscuit joiner makes a matching shaped mortise in the two pieces of wood that are meant to be joined together. A biscuit is a small pre-manufactured piece of wood that goes into the mortise aligning the two […]

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Supermax 25×2 Dual Drum Sander Review 913002

Medium-Large Shop Must Have Depending on your situation, a drum sander can either be a luxury or a necessity. A beginner woodworker certainly doesn’t need a drum sander but as they get more and more experienced, the drum sander brings precision and efficiency to the shop that some may require. An experienced woodworker and a […]

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Shop Organization and Dust Control – Rockler Dust Right Products

A clean and organized shop = safe shop Having a shop in a messy and disorganized state is a big moral killer in our woodworking shop. We like to work in a clean space that is organized and provides a efficient working environment. This environment is allows the workers to get their job done in […]

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Hitachi C12RSH2 12-Inch Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Review

Zero Clearance The new Hitachi C12RSH2 sliding dual compound miter saw is equipped with a compact slide system that reduces the clearance needed when mounting this saw to a workbench. The system works with a fixed rail that allows the saw head to glide independent of the base.   The slide system is very solid and makes […]

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Build a Stout Bandsaw Resaw Fence From Scrap

Cut it in two! Resawing is an operation where you split your material in two pieces. It is typically cut right down the middle but not always, you can have a larger board and only need a small sliver of it. Resawing is a great way to make use of thicker material when you need thinner […]

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How To Make End-Grain Cutting Boards

Kitchen Centerpiece An end-grain cutting boards are a work of art. Some folks decide not to use them and keep them in perfect shape on your counter or kitchen table. Other folks like to put them in the daily grind. Their kitchen centerpiece has scars and knife wounds that prove the kitchen is active. Either […]

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Shop Made – Table Saw Miter Sled for Perfect Miter Joints

Miter Joints Miter Joints are very common in woodworking and can sometimes have a intimidating impressions, especially to a beginner. They are not hard to do but tricky to setup. There are two things  you need to have a successful miter joint. One, you need to have the two cuts equal 90 degrees. It is common […]

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