WOOD Magazine Staff
Questions abound about the proper use of the random-orbit sander: How fast should I move it? How hard should I press down? Here's how we tested these techniques and others.
Biscuit joints are simple to cut, but difficult to fix when done wrong. Here's how to avoid the most common mistakes.
A great way to learn new woodworking skills is to watch a skilled craftsman at work. Follow these shop-tested habits to increase your skills and accuracy.
If you think of your tablesaw as a machine for simply ripping or crosscutting, you're selling it short. To give you a fresh perspective, we mined the minds of the WOOD® magazine shop guys and unearthed their favorite time- and work-saving tablesaw tips. Here's a mother lode of helpful hints you can put to work in your shop today.
Ready-to-assemble components provide a great way to stretch your budget and get that workbench and slatwall you've always dreamed about.
Save time and hassle by making the cuts with a combination or rip blade.