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 can create a variety of woodworking joints. Come learn safe and effective methods for grooves, rabbets, miters, tenons, slot mortises, and finger joints.
Your shop needs a tough work bench that is solid, built to last, and flat. Forget bolting your bench together like so many store bought benches. Learn one of woodworking’s strongest joints instead, the wedged tenon, and build with quality.
Hand planes, spoke shaves, and scrapers are time savers at the bench. Learn to tune and use them properly.