Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Tormek AWT-250 Advanced Water Trough and Ezylock for T-7 Blade Sharpeners
Tormek continues to expand the attachments for its T-7 sharpening system with a water trough and Ezylock shaft as upgrades or included in new kits.
Ali Industries Gator Ultra Power Black Zirconium Sandpaper with No-Load Coating
Ali Industries’ Gator Ultra Power Sandpaper uses black zirconium, the same near-diamond material as cubic zirconium, for powerful sanding belts and discs.
How to Make a Pipe Clamp Extension Table to Aid in Shop Project Glue-Ups
This simple clamping aid allows you to use pipe clamps and smaller bar clamps to fit long projects during glue-up without losing pressure.
How to Use Hockey Pucks to Make Adjustable Feet for a Workbench Tool Stand
Combining threaded rods, washers, bolts and band saw cut hockey pucks make inexpensive and durable adjustable feet for workshop projects.
How to Clean a CA Glue Bottle Nozzle with a Petroleum Jelly Coating
To prevent messy glue accumulation on the end of a bottle, put a little petroleum jelly on the end, cleanup is easy as the glue won’t stick to the jelly.
How to Space Workpiece Fasteners Using a Simple Mathematical Equation
There is a very simple way to calculate the best distances to place fasteners on a workpiece using their number and the length of your joint.
How to Use Parallel Pencil Lines to Cut Perfectly Centered Mortises without Measuring
Using a simple pencil technique and some quick eyeballing, you can make perfect mortise cuts without taking the time to make precise center measurements.
How to Apply Finish with Cotton Pads and Pantyhose Instead of Old Cotton Rags
Using a rag to apply finish can be a mess trying to control and can leave fibers on your wood, a cotton pad covered by old pantyhose fabric offers a perfect solution..
How to Cut Cabinet Double Wide Rails and Stiles without Tearout to Save Time
To save time in cabinet construction and prevent tearout, cut your rail and stile pieces double wide and then use that to make two pieces.
Bosch MRC23EVS Plunge and Fixed-Base Routers with Adjustable Speeds
In 2010, Bosch introduced two routers to its MRC23EVS line with modern technology and smooth, well-balanced cutting power on fixed and plunge bases.