Articles from Sandor Nagyszalanczy
Bosch’s 3×21 1274DVS Belt Sander Provides the Useablity of a Hand Sander and the Stability of a Stationary Sander
The Bosch 1274DS Belt Scanner is part European design hand scanner and part workbench sander for great durability in your shop.
Black & Decker DS321 Portable Sander Offers Low Price for Light Work
Black & Decker’s DS321 Portable Sander adjusts well to many jobs but doesn’t have the control or quick clean-up of similar models.
DeWalt’s Unique DW433 Power Sander Features Three Rollers for Optimal Woodworking on the Go
DeWalt’s DW433 is a bit heavy for a hand sander, but it packs the power a shop belt sander needs.
How to Maintain Your Shop Drill Press from Drive Belt to Tool Lubricant
It’s often easy to ignore the shop drill press as it seems like a sturdy, unflappable tool, but a little simple maintenance goes a long way.
Jigsaw Review: Woodworking Expert Tests Seven and Picks Bosch EVSL As the Best
Woodworking expert Sandor Nagyszalanczy tested the top seven jigsaws on the market for performance, comfort, and value and picked his favorite.
How to Perform Shop Maintenance on Jointer Infeed and Outfeed Tables
Jointers can be important workpieces in your shop, but a slight imbalance between the tables can throw it off entirely, so maintaining it is important.
How to Make a Tambour-topped Box
This unique roll-top box can have many uses around the house, from jewelry box to key holder, but its unique design really sets it apart.
How to Perform Shop Maintenance on a Bandsaw from Guide Wheel to Blade Drive
The bandsaw gets wood chips and other grime constantly flying into every space, and the violent motion of the blade can knock it out of alignment, thus it needs regular maintenance.
What Is Table Saw Blade Wobble – How to Detect and Fix Table Saw Runout
If your table saw blade begins to wobble, it is experiencing something called table saw runout, there are several steps to determine the cause and how to fix it.
How to Build a Sanding Jig to Make Your Belt Sander a Benchtop Tool
It isn’t very cost effective to have two tools in your shop that do basically the same task, this jig easily converts your belt sander for the bench top.