Articles from Woodworker's Journal
How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice
Bark can really make a wood project stand out but it often comes off easily, our expert weighs in on ways to get that layer to stay attached.
Bessey Introduces In-Line and Horizontal Auto-Adjust Toggle Clamps at 2011 AWFS
Bessey produces powerful new Auto-Adjust Toggle Clamps.
CNC Releases Shark Pro Plus HD for Small Shop Design
CNC adds a new computer-controlled routing option for small shops in the Shark Pro Plus HD
General Tools & Instruments Releases MMD4E Moisture Meters as a Low Cost Solution for the Average Woodworker
General Tools & Instruments has a new set of low-cost pin-type and pinless moisture meters for use in your shop.
How to Build a Router Plate Template with Scrap Wood and Bondo Filler
A few pieces of scrap wood rounded out with Bondo auto body filler can make a perfect template to fit around your router’s insert plate.
How to Make a Quick Band Saw Fence with a Magnetic Tool Holder with No Clamping
A magnetic tool holder and a few screws can make a perfect magnetic band saw fence.
Rockler Woodworking Produces New Trim Router Table That Is Both Mobile and Stable
The Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Trim Router Table adapts to most common trim routers with plenty of space for freehand work
Lamello and Colonial Saw Introduce New Biscuit Joiner and Clamex Connectors for 2011
Lamello and Colonial Saw introduce a new cutting and jointing system for traditional biscuits and profile grooves for the Clamex P Connectors
How to Stabilize a Router on a Rabbeted Recess When Building a Cabinet
When building cabinetry, a bit of long, flat scrap wood can help you stabilize your router for cutting rabbeted recesses in the back panel.
How to Use Drill Bits and Scrap Wood on Your Router Table for Precise Bit Height
Drill bits and scrap wood can help you determine proper bit height before you start routing.