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01-27-2009 08:38 AM

Make Your Own (Non-Metallic) Hide Glue Brush! - 1 reply

I apologize for double posting . . . I realized after I posted this as a blog that the best place was as a Woodworking Skill Share forum entry. I have been gearing up for a particular project. In preparation I have been doing a bit of research on using hide glue. For the purist, it is best to use a glue brush without a metal ferrule. The reas...

12-03-2007 08:54 AM

Charles Neil Finishing DVD - 6 replies

Just a quick heads up that the new finishing DVD Finishing A to Z – Beyond the Books by Charles Neil is available. Check out his website for the preorder discount and his YouTube show, In The Workshop, for a preview. Happy Finishing!

12-03-2007 07:50 AM

Congratulations Neil Lamens! - 11 replies

BlipTv Best Shows on the Web . . . I have been a fan of Neil Lamens' woodworking blog since his first episode posted on Wednesday, February 7, 2007. Not quite the one year anniversary yet but getting close! Neil had me hooked from the first episodes. I waited anxiously for each episode to be released as I followed his build of a six-drawe...

06-01-2007 08:18 AM

Kreg Precision Miter Gauge - 14 replies

KREG PRECSION MITER GAUGE I just added a Kreg Precision Miter Gauge my shop. I know there are a lot of choices out there but I really like the quality of KREG . I got this at the Rockler Memorial Day sale with their 25% (email customers) off coupon. Turned out to be a great deal! My wife joking calls me ”Kreg” because I like t...

05-21-2007 01:05 PM

Leigh FMT Jig - 9 replies

I hope this is the best place to post this answer to a question about the set up jig I made for my Leigh FMT Jig that I received from a prior post. The video should explain how I made the set-up jig and how to use it. Watch the Video

05-13-2007 03:56 AM

Measuring / Fitting Gauge - 12 replies

This is a quick and easy measuring gauge that I use for trimming and fitting stock to final dimension. It is made of two thin strips of hardwood (in this case cherry) held in position with a spring binder clamp. I basically lightly loosen the clip and slide the strips tight against the space where a piece of trim is being fitted. I then transfer...

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