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.
Whether you currently use a CNC router or are just curious what the hype is all about, get ready to
Whether you currently use a CNC router or are just curious to see what the hype is all about, get ready to see some of the amazing capabilities a CNC can bring to your shop.
If your plunge router hangs up or slips down when it shouldn’t, use these quick tips to get it back on track.
I’ve built small projects with delicate, difficult-to-clamp parts. Is there some fast-setting adhesive that will allow me to use hand pressure to clamp until the glue “grabs?”
I’m preparing to purchase a tablesaw and have been researching the features of different models. What’s the difference between a riving knife and a splitter?
My deck, made of pressure-treated pine, is beginning to look weathered. Is it safe to remove the boards and “freshen them up” by running them through the planer?