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Top 10 Woodworking Tips

Top 10 Woodworking Tips

Gotta read this! - Top 10 Woodworking Tips - The Family Handyman Magazine asked our favorite woodworkers to share some of their favorite shop tips. Check out these great pieces of advice to help you work faster and smarter in your own shop.

This pvc pipe tip could work for convex and concave applications. Just glue the sandpaper to the side you need.

Pro Tips for Using Varnish and Stain

This pvc pipe tip could work for convex and concave applications. Just glue the sandpaper to the side you need.

How to Sand Woodwork by Hand. Special tools and high-quality sandpaper produce great results with less effort. With a few special tools and good sandpaper you can smooth wood easily and quickly with first-class results. Often even better than with a power sander. We tell you how to choose the best sandpaper for the job and demonstrate several of our favorite tools.

How to Sand Woodwork by Hand

How to Sand Woodwork by Hand. Special tools and high-quality sandpaper produce great results with less effort. With a few special tools and good sandpaper you can smooth wood easily and quickly with first-class results. Often even better than with a power sander. We tell you how to choose the best sandpaper for the job and demonstrate several of our favorite tools.

Make this jig from two 8-in. x 12-in. pieces of 3/4-in. plywood or medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Just screw the pieces together to form a “T” and reinforce the jig with a couple of triangles.    To use the jig, clamp it to the drill press table and the workpiece to the jig. Draw an “X” across the corners to find the exact center of the piece. You’ll have to adjust the height of the table and pivot it until you line everything up, but after that, drilling a straight, centered hole is a…

The Best Drill Press Jigs

Make this jig from two 8-in. x 12-in. pieces of 3/4-in. plywood or medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Just screw the pieces together to form a “T” and reinforce the jig with a couple of triangles. To use the jig, clamp it to the drill press table and the workpiece to the jig. Draw an “X” across the corners to find the exact center of the piece. You’ll have to adjust the height of the table and pivot it until you line everything up, but after that, drilling a straight, centered hole is a…

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11 Ways to Keep Your Workshop Neat and Tidy

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