New woodworking show debuts on Amazon Prime

“Woodcademy TV,” produced by Bagnall LLC, a new woodworking television show is available for viewing on Amazon’s Prime Video platform.


Host Ralph Bagnall brings 30 years of experience as a professional woodworker to each project featured on the show, sharing tips, tricks and skill-building techniques.

“Each project is carefully chosen to teach specific techniques that help woodworkers build their skills,” Bagnall, a contributor to Woodshop News, said in a statement.

“For example, our first project is a reproduction folding breakfast tray that features angled finger joints and a clever wooden spring mechanism for locking the legs open or closed, while the upcoming library stand uses bent-wood laminated parts for the feet, stretchers and the tilting top. We want viewers to learn techniques that they can use in the shop even if they choose not to build the projects featured in the show.”


For more, visit www.woodcademy.com.

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