WOOD Magazine Staff
For precisely drilled holes, you can’t beat a drill press if the workpiece fits on it.
According to the old adage, “When you buy an expensive tool, you only cry once, but a cheap tool will make you cry every time you use it.”
When routing a profile on mitered or beveled workpieces, is it better to rout the profile first and then cut the pieces, or vice versa?
Daniel Webb developed his love of woodworking spending time with his grandfather, a master craftsman. But he had to wait decades before having the space to pursue his own dream workshop.
Whether you are planning a new shop, or working in an existing space, you can improve walls and ceilings to make your shop far friendlier to outside ears.
Like any emerging technology, CNC routers continue to improve and come down in price. No wonder these seemingly magical machines are finding their way into more home woodshops.