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Blogs

Over the Workbench

A.J. Hamler
Pathfinder

The only thing worse than a shop getting buried in stuff during extremely busy periods, is how it somehow manages to get buried ...

This Business About Woodworking

David DeCristoforo
Whaddya think?

We, as makers, tend to have a lot of pride in our work. Many of us work more for our own satisfaction than ...

Columns

The Cutting Edge

Staying sharp, but rooted in traditional ways

Staying sharp, but rooted in traditional ways

Oftentimes, when a woodworker hears about a CNC machine, the conversation revolves around a three-ax...

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Pro Shop

Are you open to new ideas?

Are you open to new ideas?

Synchronicity is defined as “the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly relat...

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Finishing

Like nothing ever happened

Like nothing ever happened

Once you’ve done the fill — whether it is an epoxy fill, burn in, polyester fill or cellulose fi...

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Taking Stock

New and improved vs. old and reliable

New and improved vs. old and reliable

This is how I know the economy has improved: my e-mail is full of new product announcements.

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