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7 Tips for Better Clamping - Woodworking Talk - Woodworkers Forum

<b>post #1</b> of 4 Old 03-14-2016, 12:21 PM Thread Starter<p><b>7 Tips for Better Clamping</b><p>Quote:<p>If you work with wood, you’re going to have to deal with clamps. …

Celebrating the Art of Hand Tool Woodworking

That’s me outside the Ashmolean Museum yesterday.I own hundreds of hand tools but rely on only a few for most of my work. Look there is a new tool at …

Woodworking

Building a Child Sized Kayak from a Single Sheet of Plywood

There is a beautiful spring fed lake near my sister-in-law’s house where she takes her kids swimming. No powerboats are allowed. I design and build wooden kayaks for a living and I judge all bodies of water by their potential for kayaking. Diamond Lake is a very nice lake.<p>When my oldest nephew was …

Woodworking

Make This: You Need A Solid Work Bench

The heart of a workshop is the bench. It's the base where everything is made so it need to be solid and easy to use. Here's a great tutorial on …

Workbenches

Hand Tools Woodworking Instruction

Sort by:<p>Why George Loves Combination Squares<p>There are a handful of tools in the shop that I use nearly every day. A combination square is one of …

Use woodworking hand tools like a pro.

Steve Branam rips a board with a handsaw in his Intro to Hand Tools course.<p>As the course manager for Popular Woodworking University, I spend a lot of …

Woodworking

Sandpaper Sharpening & Honing, Part 2

In my last post, I showed how I use adhesive-backed sandpaper as a sharpening medium in our school classroom. Although adhesive-backed sandpapers …

Woodworking

Sandpaper Sharpening & Honing, Part 1

In my last post, I showed how I made a dedicated slip form (a slipstone made of wood) for one of my gouges. This week, I’ll explain how to make a …

Woodworking

Q&A: Stain Your Shop Floor

It’s easier to work with than an oil-based floor paint and doesn’t give off dangerous fumes as does epoxy paint. Concrete stain won’t peel or chip …

Woodworking

Holdfast Holes: Where Should They be Located?

You don’t need a lot of holdfast holes to hold most work on your bench. In fact, I’ve found that somewhere between eight and 10 holes is more than …

Woodworking

‘Bench Bull:’ The Jack of All Bench Jigs, Part 1

Perhaps the most important instrument for the hand-tool oriented woodworker is a sturdy workbench. A reliable bench is fundamental for the success of …

Woodworking

‘Bench Bull’ – The Jack of All Bench Jigs, Part 2

For Part 1, click here. I crosscut our first batch of Bench Bulls from a 7-1/4″ x 2-1/2″ rough pine beam that we found on the street in front of our …

Woodworking