Tools and Reviews
Here you'll learn how to use power tools and hand tools to full advantage in your woodworking shop. These include the table saw, jointer, bandsaw, mitersaw, CNC machine and others.
Is it okay to use the old tablesaw blade— which was fairly new itself—to replace my worn out mitersaw blade? It appears to fit, but I don’t want to do anything unsafe.
Few of us look forward to sanding, but with most projects it’s inevitable. So why not embrace the abrasiveness? These power sanders help you do just that.
Ripping thin strips between the tablesaw blade and fence can be risky business.
Learn what a PantoRouter is and how it can help you make repeated mortise and tenon joints with ease
An inexpensive kit makes the job nearly goof proof.
Whether bent on harvesting your own wood with a chainsaw or just trimming branches, you must play it safe. And there’s more to it than the right saw and protective clothing.
When you’re making multiples of an irregular-shaped workpiece, make quick work of it with templates.
Making small parts using a mitersaw or tablesaw can be a dicey affair.