Finishing equipment review for cabinets and furniture
Programming the safety line.
It’s rare, but sometimes work projects lead to fun projects. I love when that happens.
It doesn’t happen often, but every once in a while I try a tool I’ve never used before. This time, it was a pneumatic sander.
My wife got her first major glass-working tool, and the parallels to woodworking are both notable and enjoyable.
I have a very healthy respect for experts in fields I’m not so good at. Electricians top that list.
It’s unwelcome news, but not totally unexpected: IWF 2020 has been canceled.
My wife wanted me to build yet another decorative project for her. I told her to do it herself.
Ways to improve the workshop environment include better lighting, attention to heat and humidty levels, and material storage and handling solutions
When it comes to woodshop accidents, you don’t want close calls. However, a close call is always better than the real thing.
I don’t like buying ready-to-assemble furniture, but I have to admit I was recently impressed by some.
The furniture polish people have a fine product as long as they tout it as polish. It’s when they hype benefits to the wood that they stray into PR-speak nonsense.
I hated to do it, but I just ordered some ready-to-assemble furniture. Do I feel guilty? Nope, because it’s saving me valuable time.
I’ve long maintained that stain is a pain. I now realize that kind of thinking was, well, inane.
Not everything made in the woodshop has to be related to work. In fact, sometimes the whole point of making something is to have fun.
Imagining a perfect woodworking world only takes a bit of imagination.
Our governor has allowed certain construction jobs to resume. From the few examples I can see, it’s going well.