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Changes for Delta Tools

Delta Tools has been down a long and curvy road. From ownership by Pentair to ownership by Black and Decker to ownership by Stanley Black and Decker to the most recent transaction… becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Chang Type Industrial Co., Ltd, Taiwan. Delta IS NOT going away. According to the folks at Delta… Read more


Repairing an Old Chair

“George, I’m trying to repair an old chair that needs some type of filler to save the end of the tenon. I don’t think regular wood filler would hold up. They are not completely bad, but have some chips and splits. If you have a suggestion I would be thankful.” I’m throwing this one to… Read more


Why are There Three Titebonds?

“Nice article about 4 glues. But why are there three “Titebonds”? When do you use “Titebond II”? Aside from costs, is there ever an advantage of “Titebond” over “Titebond III” or “Titebond II”? Or can I simply use “Titebond III” for all my furniture projects?” WWGOA Editor Response: Titebond II is Type II water resistant…. Read more


Router Table, Router Table Tips, Technique; Routing, Tips

A few weeks ago I received your DVD on “Router table tips and techniques”. My old router table was a real pain to try and do something with so, after watching your video and looking at some of the advertised router tables in the magazines and doing the pricing I decided to build my own…. Read more


Finish Both Sides of a Door In One Setting

Here’s a great way to finish doors large or small. This neat little trick allows me to finish both sides of a door in one setting. It also holds the door horizontally so there are no worries about runs and drips in the finish. The set up is easy. Just screw a hanger bolt in… Read more


George Vondriska at Stan Houston Stores this Weekend!

Meet George Vondriska, master woodworker and WoodWorkers Guild of America’s managing editor at the Stan Houston Equipment Show in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Friday, February 25 and Saturday, February 26. George will be demonstrating the following: Make A Night Stand Learn how to build an elegant Shaker-style night stand. Features include tapered legs, a… Read more


Four Glues To Stick With

There are a boat load of great glues in the market place, and this can be confusing. This story will help you narrow your arsenal down to four must-have types of glue, and tell you why you need them, and where you’ll use them. Here are the four go-to glues in my shop. Yellow Glue…. Read more

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Between the Studs Display Shelves

My wife loves the look of built-in furniture and cabinets, so when I finished a family room in our basement I wanted to incorporate some built-in cabinetry. The challenge that I faced in designing this was that the room was relatively small, and we had many items that we wanted to incorporate, so space was… Read more


Get Glue In Tight Spots

My woodworking business includes a fair amount of repair work. Often, I’m confronted with how to force glue into a hairline crack or a bit of loose veneer. I’ve tried using old business cards but that’s like spreading glue with a wet noodle. I finally found the answer in metal shim stock I use to… Read more


Gang Cutting Edge Strips to Length

It’s not often that you’ll need this trick, but when you do, the time you’ll save will be tremendous. The idea hit me the other day while I stood in front of my miter saw chopping multiple lengths of shelf edging one after another. Oh the boredom! Let’s say you need to make a whole… Read more

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