With an abundance of options, the time is right to explore cutting, engraving and marking with lasers
While it’s the most effective way to achieve a perfect surface, sanding is also the most challenging to manage
Choosing the correct adhesive can be a challenge, but it doesn't have to be
Cost, availability and in-house expertise are playing larger roles in choosing a work-holding system
Pete Steele's small Delaware shop more than holds its own
There really is a useful app for almost any task you can envision in the woodshop
“It’s possible to learn more in one week from a master woodworker than you could learn in years from your own experience.”
The New England School of Architectural Woodworking in Massachusetts wants to be a solution to the labor shortage in the industry.
Business partners John Staack and Jim Moore proudly build projects for their high-end client base, consisting almost entirely of multimillion-dollar homes
Twenty-four years ago, Max Hunter and his family founded one of the first woodshops that was specifically designed to make parts for other cabinetmakers
Having been born and raised in Ireland, I can honestly say that a good jig — musical or woodshop — always lightens my heart. And here’s one that any casework installer will like.
Steve Hanson, owner of Hanson Woodturning in the village of Cape Porpoise in Kennebunkport, Maine, does anything but mundane lathe work.
It runs the gamut from a hands-on, one-cabinet-door-at-a-time benchtop activity to a fully automated industrial process where machines do all the work.
The biggest problem with software is that it’s constantly changing. Of course, that’s also the attraction.
Powder coating equipment is moving into more and more woodshops because MDF’s density and uniform surface are so well-suited to the technology.
Saranac Hollow Woodworking has a 20-year history in upstate New York of offering custom cabinets, furniture and casework.
British writers first began using the term “joiner” in the 14th century to describe people who fixed wooden parts together. It wasn’t until 1678 that the word “joinery” emerged, but the practice itself dates to the ancient Egyptians.