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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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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool - Saddle T-Square

Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool – Saddle T-Square

Measuring and Joinery Layout Since the beginning of man, we have been creating and building things. Early measuring devices probably consisted of a stick or length of animal hair but as time has progressed, we are not at an age of remarkable tools. Whether you are building a bench for your porch out of 2×4’s […]

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Woodpeckers Woodworking Rules

Layout and Joinery Any woodworker will eventually have to layout something on a piece of material or measure and mark joinery. Having a handful of the right tools will make these takes extremely easy and enjoyable. A simple hook rule, combination square, machinist square, and a quality straight edge are a must in a woodworking […]

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Atlas 46 Chest Rigs, Aprons, and Vests In Our Wood Shop

Atlas 46 Chest Rigs, Aprons, and Vests In Our Wood Shop

Self Organization Whether you’re on the job-site or at home in your own shop, few things are more important than organization. Organization, convenience, and comfort all lead to increased efficiency. Throughout a busy workday, efficiency equals time, and time equals money. Atlas46 has designed their vests and aprons with organization and efficiency being the top […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Deluxe Trammel System

Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Deluxe Trammel System

Beam Compass and Trammel Points Drawing or scribing arcs or circles are important in woodworking shops that do any sort of organic shapes. In the past, trammel  points were on a simple beam. That beam could be any length and typically didn’t have any measurements or scales on them. Trammel points are often sold as […]

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ShopBot Tools Desktop Max | Delivery, Setup, First Cuts

CNC Should Not Be Intimidating Just like anything else in life, if you don’t know much about a topic they can be intimidating. CNC machines most always intimidate folks right off the bat. Well, we are here to tell you that they don’t need to be. You can certainly pick multiple routes that can be […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | TrueSquare

Having the right tool for the job No matter what you are doing or where you are doing it, having the right tool for the job makes things go a lot easier, faster, and the process more enjoyable. In the woodworking shop, we can have up to 15-20 different items in our tool aprons or […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | 2096 Workholding Kit

Work-holding is Essential Whether you are sanding, chiseling, hand-planing, or drilling, securely holding your work piece is essential to working safe and obtaining the results that are desired. We have all used a handful of clamps to make stops on your workbench to hand plane against or secured a piece of material with some make-shift […]

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Makita 18V X2 Brushless Rear-Handle Circular Saw Review

Makita XSR01Z 18V X2 Brushless Rear-Handle Circular Saw Review

Battery Powered Worm Drive? Makita’s XSR01Z 18V X2 Brushless Rear-Handle Circular Saw is powered by two 18 volt Makita batteries, but it is not a worm drive saw. We mention that it is not a worm drive saw a few times in our YouTube video also.  The rear handle saw looks like a worm drive, feels like […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | Marking Gauge and Panel Marking Gauge

What is a marking gauge and why use one? A marking gauge is a tool that is typically used for traditional joinery layouts like mortise and tenon joinery. A marking gauge uses a sharp wheel that scribes or marks the material. Where it marks is dictated by where the small fence is setup. Folks use […]

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Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool | DF 500 Offset Base System

You can make the Festool Domino even better! The Festool Domino is a fantastic tool that is a game changer in the woodworking shop and on the job-site. It gives the user the ability to use loose tenon joinery on their projects or job-site in a fraction of the time it takes traditional mortise and […]

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