Milling your stock flat and square is the first job on the road to a successful project. It requires sharp blades and a keen mind, using your wits while keeping all your fingers.
The table saw is the center of most wood shops. Learn how to set up your table saw so that it runs safely and with greater accuracy.
The band saw is the most important machine in your shop because of its versatility. It has to run well in order to cut well. Learn how to tune and use your band saw.
Your shop needs a tough work bench. One that is solid, built to last, flat and sturdy. Forget about bolting your bench together like so many store bought benches. Learn one of woodworking’s strongest joints, the wedged tenon.
Wood has the amazing capacity to bend without breaking, if you know what you're doing. Learn three techniques for bending wood that will expand your design possibilities.