In this episode of Blue Collar Woodworking we spend some time with Stumpy as he builds a feature packed router table to go with the router lift he just finished. Then he sharpens up his pencil and talks featherboards. Some... Read more »
No matter how many years I've used a table saw, my blood still runs cold when I think about the potential for a kickback that leads to injury. Thank goodness... Read more »
Probably the most used tool in your shop is one you might overlook; your pencil.
It makes sketches, computes figures, marks parts, lays out mortises, erases mistakes, and a hundred... Read more »
Any of these saws will cut dowels but only the top one, the Flush Trim saw will do it right, if you use it right.
Trimming a dowel close to the surface is a good thing because it... Read more »
Kimrie learns how to use the band saw. We learn that tung oil is food safe, but Kimrie's tongue is not.
C.C. Boyce grew up in Wisconsin and was always making stuff into other stuff. She moved to Los Angeles to...
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