Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Dremel Brings Out New Saw-Max for Straight, Plunge and Flush Cuts
Dremel introduces a powerful power saw alternative in 2011
Rikon Presents New 14″ Bandsaw with New Safety Features
Rikon introduces the new, safer 10-350 14″ Professional Bandsaw at 2011 AWFS
RIGID Produces a New Multi-tool Starter Kit With a Universal Accessory Adapter and Tool Heads Fit for Any Job
RIDGID’s new JobMax AC System for Multi-tool and jigsaw is a real head turner.
O’Keeffe’s New Working Hands Cream Hypoallergenic and Non-Greasy to Keep Your Hands Moist in the Shop
Gorilla Glue and O’Keeffe’s new hypoallergenic hand cream is perfect for keeping your working hands working in the shop.
Rockler Produces Dust Right Dust Separator to Keep Shop Vacs Clean
Rockler’s Dust Right Separator dust collector keeps your shop clear of sawdust and makes shop cleaning a breeze.
Makita Adds LXSL01 Miter Saw That Requires Less Maintenance with the Same Power
Makita’s LXSL01 Compound Miter Saw provides shop power in a cordless saw compatible with the Makita LXT battery
Teknatool Introduces NOVA Comet II Midi Lathe at 2011 AWFS Show
Another star of the 2011 AWFS show, from Teknatool, was the NOVA™ Comet II Midi Lathe. The unit features a variable-speed motor with an rpm range from 250 to 4,000 rpm and capacities of a 12″ swing over bed and 16-1⁄2″ between centers (expandable to 42″ with an accessory). But that’s not all: the Comet [...]
What a Riving Blade Is and Why It Is Important for Shop Safety
Riving blades have recently moved to the U.S. market in an attempt to improve shop safety and eliminate kickback in the shop.
How to Ensure Properly Sized Dowel Rods with a Simple Home-Made Gauge
Dowels are often different sized, but this handy home-made dowel gauge will ensure you get the right sized
How to Make an Affordable Sharpening Base with Marble Tile and MDF or Masonite
Save money over a standard sandpaper sharpening by using left-over marble or granite tile.