Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Williams & Hussey Model 209 Molder Cuts Quickly and Minimizes Debris
Williams & Hussey’s Model 209 Molder makes quick cuts with a lighter, more compact base and minimal debris, so creating molding is easier.
Wiha Measure-Up Screwdriver Has Built-in Measuring Stick and Comfort Grip
Wiha’s Measure-Up Screwdrivers are comfortable to use and come with metric and standard measuring sticks so you can measure on the fly.
How to Make Scrap Wood Cauls to Assist in Clamping and Gluing Joints
Saving a few pieces of evened out scrap wood can allow you to make notched scrap wood cauls to help in the clamping and glue-up of joints.
Eagle America V-Groove Face Frame Jointing Router Bit Perfect for Pro-Style Framing
Eagle America’s face frame jointing bit gives you the ability to cut out professional looking frame joints in your home workshop.
How to Use Bit Storage Blocks as a Bolt Gauge for Drilling Pilot Holes
Before drilling pilot holes, you can check the size of your bolts against the size of the bits in your bit storage blocks.
Striker Light Mine Professional Adds 360 Degree Magnetic Shop Lighting
The magnetic Striker Light Mine attaches to almost any shop surface or its own stand for 360 degrees of light anywhere in your workshop.
Arrow T50 R.E.D. Staple Gun Fastens Reliably, Ergonomically and Durably
The Arrow T50 R.E.D. Staple gun has a powerful, jam-free drive system and capacity for six different sized staples for most any jobs.
How to Make a Simple Router Jig to Increase Stability for Trim Edging
Using an old 4 x 4 fence post, you can stabilize your plunge router, which can be a little loose when you are routing some lipping.
How to Remove a Double Sided Tape Joint from a Template with Acetone
Using double sided tape to hold your template to a workpiece works great, but doesn’t come off easily. This tip shows how to fix it quickly.
How to Use Scrap Wood and a Clamp to Prevent Breakaway on Your Planer
When planing, one of the biggest issues is splintering in the end grain, but a quick clamping jig and some scrap wood provides great protection.