Woodworking Tips Videos

Bad Ideas in Woodworking Episode 5 / Workshop Fails

Workshops are full of potential accidents, many of them happen because we, as woodworkers may be trying to rush through one particular job or build, but some accidents happen through pure innocence, where the woodworker is doing something but is not aware of the potential problems that could arise. I have had a few of those over the years and it has taught me lessons without the distress of injury.

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Sometimes people come up with ideas and little inventions or even re-inventions, that on the outside look like they are good when in fact they have the potential for accidents and sometimes serious one, that is why when I go through these I like to try and explain what can go wrong because that way it educates for future processes and what to look for ... 

Wood Router Tips and Tricks

Wood Routers can do many things that no other woodworking tool can do and with the vast array of bit available for them, they can often do the same thing but in different ways which makes them even more versatile, but wood routers are still a mystery to some woodworkers so in this article I will cover some unique tricks you can do with your router both in and out of the router table. 

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First off, let us look at the mysterious "turret" step thing they have ... 

Pocket Hole Mistakes to Avoid / Woodworking Joinery

Pocket hole technology has been around for a long time and it continues to be the "go-to" technology for new woodworkers owing to it's ease of use and how quickly even novice woodworkers can start producing some satisfying results with their woodworking. There are many different brands of pocket hole jigs, some are easier to use than others, but many of them can befall the same working issues unless you are aware of a few basic techniques.

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Just like any other woodworking tool, like a table saw or planer, the first thing is to check to make sure the tool is set to the proper settings which saves time and more importantly ... wood ...