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Plastic Stickers Dont Stain - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker "I use plastic conduit to make stickers for stacking and drying my wood. These stickers provide consistent spacing and excellent air circulation with minimal contact. I’ve never had problems with insects, mold or staining, which can occur around wooden stickers, especially when the wood is green and the air is damp."

Plastic Stickers Dont Stain - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker (gives me an idea. would pvc also do the job?

My front door i built

Front door idea- Juniper pieces laminated together to form 1 door. heartwood reds for the center lamination, outer whites for the front and back laminates

Air-Drying Lumber It’s the low-cost, low-tech way to dry lumber. Here’s how to do it right. By Dave Munkittrick Want a truly cheap and easy way to dry lumber? Consider air drying. It’s the most economical method for removing water from wood, and when done properly, you’ll end up with perfect lumber. Although air-drying is inexpensive and easy,be aware of these drawbacks: It’s slow. Depending on the species and your …

Air-Drying Lumber

Olivewood Discount Burl Woodworking Rare Tools Slab Blanks Turning Lumber 1 x 4 x 14 "

Snap-On Soft Jaws I’ve been using an old metal-working vise in my shop for years. Occasionally I really do need a metal-working vise, but most often I use it to hold drawer sides up high when cutting dovetails. Unfortunately the metal jaws can be a hazard to edge tools and they can mar the surface of the wood. I solved these problems by adding a pair of soft jaws to …

Snap-On Soft Jaws

Snap-On Soft Jaws - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker. Must make these (that's a clever idea, I'm going to make a pair myself-JM)

Ripping Thin Stuff Safely. One of the issues of using a table saw safely is that many of the things intended to keep us safe don’t work well when you really need them. Ripping thin pieces on the table saw is a good example.

Ripping Thin Stuff Safely

One of the issues of using a table saw safely is that many of the things intended to keep us safe don’t work well when you really need them. Ripping thin pieces on the table saw is a good example.

4 Tips for Dovetailing by Hand By Frank Klausz   1. Cut by Eye When dovetailing by hand, be bold. Don’t bother with a try square or sliding bevel. After gauging a thickness line across the board, lay out the pins with your saw as you make each cut. Trust your eye to find a pleasing dovetail angle and repeat it over and over. Trust your hands with a sharp …

4 Tips for Dovetailing by Hand

garden glider plans | Redwood Glider Swing Bench

garden glider plans | Redwood Glider Swing Bench

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