Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Using Different Colors to Organize Tool Electric Cords and Plugs
Painting your electrical cord plugs different colors is a good way to keep your bunches of tool plugs organized and finding the one you need easier.
Using Rubber Bands as Featherboard Clamps on a Table Saw Fence
If your shop is short on clamps, you can substitute one of the clamps on your featherboard with one or two tightly wrapped rubber bands.
Unscrewing Damaged Counterbore Wood Plugs with an Auger-Tip Screw
If you damage the wood plugs in your counterbore holes, using an auger-tip screw to pull them out is surprisingly easy if you do it before the glue sets.
DeWalt DWS520 and DC351 TrackSaw Rail Saws Provide Arrow Straight Cuts on an Aluminum Track
DeWalt’s entries into the rail saw category, the DWS520 and DC351, provide even cuts through almost any surface, guided by the handy aluminum rail.
Milwaukee M12 Hackzall Reciprocating Saw Features Lightweight Body
Milwaukee’s M12 Hackzall reciprocating saw runs at 3,000 strokes per minute and features an LED worklight, but it weighs in at under three pounds.
Steel City Tools 13″ 40200H Deluxe Single and Two Speed Planer Easy-to-Use and Maintain
Steel City Tools 13″ 40200H Deluxe planers come in both one and two speed models with 26 easy to rotate, change and maintain four-edge knives.
Delta Tools 10″ Left-Tilt Unisaw Table Saw with Cast Iron Trunnions and Improved Safety Features
Delta’s new 10″ Left-Tilt Unisaw table saw reengineers their older modeled saws with cast iron trunnions, a new motor and better overall safety.
Trim Carpentry Projects by Chris Marshall
Woodworker’s Journal field editor Chris Marshall goes through how to make trim routing for any project in his book “Trim Carpentry Projects.”
DeWalt Corded (DWS520) and 28-volt Li-Ion Cordless (DC351) TrackSaws
DeWalt offers on-track saws in both cordless and corded models allowing you to cut perfect, straight lines quickly along an aluminum track.
Adding Wood Carving Reliefs to Southwestern Style-Furniture Projects
A lot of woodworkers might be intimidated by the idea of adding reliefs by hand to their furniture, but the process is much simpler than it looks.