The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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A New Lapping Plate From NanoHone - First Glance

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Hap Stanley is an American inventor who created the Sharp Skate, a side riding honing guide that hold a blade at an angle to the stone, and then allows you to push it along the abrasion surface – but sideways – like a crab walking on the beach. I met Hap a few weeks ago in the Woodworking Show in NJ and had a chance to try his newest innovation […]The post A New Lapping Plate From NanoHone - First Glance appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Pinholes: A Fairly Uncommon Problem That Can be Difficult to Fix

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I get a lot of questions about finish problems, and, as you can imagine, they are often difficult to diagnose simply from the description. In these situations, a picture can really be worth a thousand words. Take the example shown here. How would you describe it? The situation really happened, but the picture is mine. It's a picture of a flaw called pinholes. These are tiny bubbles in the finish […]The post Pinholes: A Fairly Uncommon Problem That Can be Difficult to Fix appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Episode 4: Marc Adams

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  The Marc Adams School of Woodworking, located just outside of Indianapolis, IN. celebrates its 25th year. Popular Woodworking video producer David Thiel took the opportunity to sit down with founder Marc Adams to chat about his decision to open a woodworking school. Hear Marc's eye-opening story on why he became a teacher, rather than running a commercial shop. The Afterlife of Trees is Popular Woodworking's podcast for woodworkers, artists […]The post Episode 4: Marc Adams appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Video: Folding the Folding Bookstand

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The June 2018 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine features an article I wrote about making a folding bookstand using scraps and copper rivets. It's a design based on 18th-century pieces that were popular among British military officers. Several readers have requested a video that shows how the bookstand folds and unfolds. So here you go. Though the mechanism looks complicated, it's not. If you have a drill press, this project […]The post Video: Folding the Folding Bookstand appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Great Glue Test - Wood by Wright

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Editor's note: The following post is from James Wright of Wood By Wright on YouTube. He recently conducted a massive test of common wood glues and I asked him to share a few discoveries on the Popular Woodworking blog. Links at the bottom of the post are affiliate links that support James. Be sure to check out his YouTube channel that has his complete presentation of the results! - David […]The post The Great Glue Test - Wood by Wright appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Dust-Free Bandsaw - Tricks of the Trade

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We recently had a reader,Michael Wygmans, submit theirbuild of theDust-free Bandsawarticle from American Woodworker. This article first appeared in 2004 as a solution to the anemicdust collection on 14″ Delta bandsaws.Michael mentioned that he designed hisadapter to be 1 7/8″ wide rather than 1 5/8″ described in the article. If you build something from Popular Woodworking or American Woodworker Magazine, let me know, we'll share it with our blog readers! […]The post Dust-Free Bandsaw - Tricks of the Trade appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Make a Marking Gauge for Curves

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If you work with curves, you need a marking gauge that can deal with curves. Me, I make chairs. So I need a gauge that can follow the curve of a seat so I can delineate the lines for the scooped-out saddle, the spindles and the gutter - a shallow and decorative channel on traditional chairs. I also need a gauge such as this for marking out the armbow and […]The post Make a Marking Gauge for Curves appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Install Butt Hinges

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installing butt hingesButt hinges were widely used for inset doors in early-20th-century furniture and built-ins. They are available in a variety of styles, types, and sizes to suit many different applications. In the English shops where I worked in the 1980s, we always used plain unswaged hinges; we knew them as solid-drawn brass butts. These have a fixed pin and are not adjustable (except by means of various old-timer tricks; I'll reveal […]The post How to Install Butt Hinges appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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In Pursuit of the Hand Tool Tradition: Efficiency, Community, and Technique in Historic Furniture Making

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Editor's note: Andrew submitted this comprehensive analysis of the fourth issue of Mortise & Tenon magazine to us after a conversation on YouTube. He proposes several fascinating themes for this issue. Thanks Andrew! - David Lyell In Pursuit of the Hand Tool Tradition: Efficiency, Community, and Technique in Historic Furniture Making By: Andrew Milacci, PhD This essay reviews the following work: Mortise and Tenon Magazine Issue 4. Edited by Klein, […]The post In Pursuit of the Hand Tool Tradition: Efficiency, Community, and Technique in Historic Furniture Making appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Season 4 of I Can Do That! With Andrew Zoellner & David Lyell

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Welcome to season four of I Can Do That! Our first episode has just been pushed to YouTube and weare very happy to announce a few changes to the format. First, your new hosts for this season are Andrew Zoellner and David Lyell (me!) Chad Stanton is still producing content on his own channels, so you don't have to say goodbye, but Andrew and I will host all of season […]The post Season 4 of I Can Do That! With Andrew Zoellner & David Lyell appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Marc Adams School of Woodworking Continues to Grow after 25 Years

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We recently had the opportunity to be guests at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking while making a video on Custom Cabinetry with Zane Powell (an instructor at the school). Our timing was carefully planned, if a bit fortuitous. The school was closed for classes, but putting the finishing touches on opening for the 2018 school year - and celebrating 25 years of education! There are some great additions awaiting […]The post Marc Adams School of Woodworking Continues to Grow after 25 Years appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Aerosols: They Can Substitute for a Spray Gun

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After my last post (April 10) about wearing gloves when spraying with a spray gun, I thought it might be appropriate to discuss aerosols as a substitute for spray guns. There are two types of aerosols, each identifiable by its nozzle. The nozzle on most aerosols has a cylindrical-shaped actuator you push down to spray a cone-shaped pattern. The nozzle on some aerosols has a small button at the top […]The post Aerosols: They Can Substitute for a Spray Gun appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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A Bag Like No Other - Nantucket Bagg

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In all honesty, woodworking shows are nice but very predictable. If you subscribe to a woodworking magazine, receive periodical catalogs from Lee Valley, Rockler, Woodcraft, and follow a blog or two, then you are most likely up to date with what's new in our field. However, for me at least, a woodworking show's most alluring commodity is the opportunity to test some hand tools and to look at the occasional […]The post A Bag Like No Other - Nantucket Bagg appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Tools in the Bottom of my Tool Chest

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The tools at the bottom of my chest are the heavy and expensive stuff - the planes and saws that get constantly used. At the back of the chest are my moulding planes. And the front wall of my chest has a tool rack that contains the stuff I need to grab without even looking at it. Let's start with that rack. The Tool Rack From left to right: My […]The post The Tools in the Bottom of my Tool Chest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Winners of the Ugly Tape Contest

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May the worst tape win It did. A few weeks ago, the Popular Woodworking editors and I thought it would be fun to have a little contest for readers of this blog. Being a bit of an obsessive when it comes to quality tape measures and spending years searching for the best ones we thought it would be fun to see who had the absolute worst tape measure. By that, […]The post Winners of the Ugly Tape Contest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Finish Test Follow-up: A Surprise Ending

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Three days after performing the finish experiment I wrote about in last week's post, I was cleaning up the mudroom and had to move the samples. When I picked up the one finished with Osmo Polyx Oil, I was astonished to find that the stains from red wine and hot sauce had disappeared completely. I looked at the Cabot water-based poly and Minwax Helmsman spar varnish samples, which had also […]The post Finish Test Follow-up: A Surprise Ending appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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A Dovetailing Kit for Beginners

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Last week I discussed the Zona Razor Saw and how it's the ideal saw for beginning dovetailers. It's just $12 to $15 and cuts extremely well. This saw got me thinking about what other inexpensive tools could fill out the kit for the beginner (or someone who is short on money). So here's my best shot at this list. I've also included (at times) what I think is the next […]The post A Dovetailing Kit for Beginners appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Tools in the Third Till of my Tool Chest

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The bottomost till in my chest carries the heavy stuff that isn't on the floor of the chest, and stuff that doesn't fit in the top two tills and has migrated downward. Three of my essential planes are here, as are some of my most important measuring equipment. When you keep most of your tools in one chest, little is non-essential material. Let's begin on the left side of the […]The post The Tools in the Third Till of my Tool Chest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Replace Sanding Disc - Tricks of the Trade

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Following up on a promise from a previous trick, in this video, we take a look at how to replace the sandpaper on a disc sander. If “big deal” is running through your head, then you've never had to do this task. It's harder than you think, and we'll give you a couple of tips to make the process easier. For more PopWood Shop Tips, visit:http://bit.ly/Tricks_Playlist - David ThielThe post Replace Sanding Disc - Tricks of the Trade appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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PopWood Playback #14

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I pulled together five videos this week that I think you're going to love. We kick it off with Third Coast Craftsman and his copper and barn wood sign. It looks incredible and I think you'll appreciate the design as well. Next is Shawn Stone's platformbed, it's a straightforwarddesign that is approachable by anyone. Handtool Rescue shares about their 200,000 subscriber milestone and an upcoming wrench sale. Wranglerstar is a […]The post PopWood Playback #14 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Best Dovetail Saw for Beginners

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I get asked all the time about which dovetail saw is best for a beginner. It's a difficult question because saws now come in a crazy variety of prices and configurations, from Japanese dozukis to premium handmade Western saws to well-manufactured mid-range saws. So I usually duck the question and suggest the person try out the saws in our shop and decide for themselves (which is still good advice). This […]The post The Best Dovetail Saw for Beginners appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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2018 Home Depot PROspective

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Editor's note: This post was written by Rick LaFaver. You can find him on YouTube, Instagram and on the web as WoodWorkLIFE. He attended The Home Depot's annual event for industry and influencers, PROspective. The following post reflects his experience at the event! - David Lyell This week, The Home Depot (THD) launched their annual PROspective. Those in attendance received an early look at what is coming from your favorite […]The post 2018 Home Depot PROspective appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Protect Your Hands from Chisel Lands - Tricks of the Trade

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Protect your hands from chisel landsMany new chisels, especially most premium-quality chisels, have sharp lands (the beveled side edges). Some people wear cotton gloves to protect their hands when using these, but I don't like the loss of feel and sensitivity with gloves. So I came up with a simple solution to avoid getting cut by these edges. I cut off the tip of a rubber finger pad (sold at office supply stores to guard […]The post Protect Your Hands from Chisel Lands - Tricks of the Trade appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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This Mystifies Me Every Time I See It

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I'll probably get pushback on this, but here goes anyway. I'd love to hear your objections. Look at the above picture. What seems odd to you? It's not something small. It's jumping right off the screen. The spraying technique is entirely correct, especially with the opposite hand holding the hose out of the way. Not doing this is the most common mistake I see when teaching a class. The student […]The post This Mystifies Me Every Time I See It appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Not A Life-Hack: The Importance of Geometry for Woodworkers with Chad Stanton

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On the surface, basic geometry skills can seem like magic or just a cool trick. We sat down with Chad Stanton to learn why geometry is a crucial skill for woodworkers and not just another life-hack. With the advent of new technology like SketchUp, it's no longer necessary for woodworkers to look to their compasses or squares to solve problems as they work. Even seasoned professionals rely on software and […]The post Not A Life-Hack: The Importance of Geometry for Woodworkers with Chad Stanton appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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A Tip for Sharpening Marking Knives

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In my classes, we use marking/carving knives quite a lot. We score lines in preparation for making a knife-wall, we use them to whittle animals, to cut paper veneer and more. Our knives are shaped in the traditional European pattern with a wide bolster at the meeting point of the blade and the handle. To sharpen a knife I use DMT diamond stones. Typically, I begin with a fine stone […]The post A Tip for Sharpening Marking Knives appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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This Mystifies Me Every Time I See It - Wearing Gloves While Finishing

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I'll probably get pushback on this, but here goes anyway. I'd love to hear your objections. Look at the above picture. What seems odd to you? It's not something small. It's jumping right off the screen. The spraying technique is entirely correct, especially with the opposite hand holding the hose out of the way. Not doing this is the most common mistake I see when teaching a class. The student […]The post This Mystifies Me Every Time I See It - Wearing Gloves While Finishing appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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A Tip for Sharpening Marking Knives

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In my classes, we use marking/carving knives quite a lot. We score lines in preparation for making a knife-wall, we use them to whittle animals, to cut paper veneer and more. Our knives are shaped in the traditional European pattern with a wide bolster at the meeting point of the blade and the handle. To sharpen a knife I use DMT diamond stones. Typically, I begin with a fine stone […]The post A Tip for Sharpening Marking Knives appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Keep the Hot Sauce Off the Table - Testing Finish

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As a maker of custom furniture and cabinetry, I use a variety of finishes. Some pieces need minimal protection - perhaps sealed with shellac and a coat of buffed wax, or finished with a blend of boiled linseed oil and polyurethane. Sometimes I brush oil-based poly onto horizontal surfaces that are going to get a lot of household wear; sometimes I use Osmo because an ultra-low sheen is what my […]The post Keep the Hot Sauce Off the Table - Testing Finish appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Tools in the Second Till of my Tool Chest

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The second till of my tool chest sits right below the top till and is almost exactly the same size. My trips to this till are infrequent. This till holds the small items I don't use every day, including the spare bits and blades, a few specialty chisels and a bunch of tools for dealing with nails and screws. There are also a few specialty layout tools here that I […]The post The Tools in the Second Till of my Tool Chest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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We're Hiring! PopWood Playback #14

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Join the Popular Woodworking team! We're looking for a Senior Editor, read the description here: http://bit.ly/2q7FIIY Check out Mortise and Tenon Magazine, Issue 4: http://bit.ly/2q7gXfV Congrats to Billy R. on winning the carving knife kit! 🎥 Kyle Toth - Maple Cabinet with TV:https://youtu.be/CUgqcZ3GmDw 🎥 Shaun Boyd - Modern Plywood Desk: https://youtu.be/MRh4U9zEqnk 🎥 Mortise and Tenon Magazine: https://youtu.be/9A1KiyKj0lI 🎥 Wm. Walker Co. - Zero Clearance Insert: https://youtu.be/wqtEyQ9qLHA 🎥 Rockler - Stripped […]The post We're Hiring! PopWood Playback #14 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Shop-made Jig for Trimming Laminate

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When applying laminate on a narrow edge, it's a little tricky to not tip the router and undercut the edge while trimming laminate. The surface on which the router must balance is often not wide enough to provide adequate support. I made this fixture from two pieces of plywood dadoed and screwed together for strength. It makes the job of holding the router at the correct angle for trimming laminate […]The post Shop-made Jig for Trimming Laminate appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Creating Inlay - One Step at a Time

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I know I'm not alone when I say that even as an accomplished woodworker I still look at inlay work and can't help but be impressed. It feels like there are so many things going on in a small place that coalesceinto a wonderful singularity. But when you start to think of how to approach such a thing, it gets complicated. The trick is to not think of the total, […]The post Creating Inlay – One Step at a Time appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Tools in the Top Till of my Tool Chest

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I am asked on a regular basis about the hand tools I keep in my tool chest. In fact, when people visit my Covington, Ky., workshop during the days we are open to the public, some people have photographed every tool in my chest. I'm going to list brand names. But I want to be clear about something: This is not a sponsored post. All my tools are my own, […]The post Tools in the Top Till of my Tool Chest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Tru-Oil for Finishing a Guitar: It Should Work Well

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A friend called with a finish question. He had just made a guitar in a guitar-making class and wanted to know the best finish for it. He began with the statement that he didn't have a spray gun and didn't want to use aerosol lacquer because he didn't want to stink up his house. So right away he eliminated about half the finish possibilities because they dry very rapidly so […]The post Tru-Oil for Finishing a Guitar: It Should Work Well appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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2018 Excellence Awards Now Open!

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Hot dog! Popular Woodworking's 2018 Excellence Awards entry is now open. Submissions are accepted now through June 16, 2018. The grand prize winner, chosen by the editors, wins $1000. Top winners in five categories, as well as a reader's choice winner, each receive $100. Start submitting your projects and pieces - and I'll start looking at them. Enter the contest and show us what you've made this year. I'm excited […]The post 2018 Excellence Awards Now Open! appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Lumber Yard Visit: RRAW Roughcut Lumber/Davison HQS

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Last week I paid a visit to RRAW Roughcut Lumber/Davison Hardwood Quality Specialist in Spencer, Indiana to see what had become of the massive oak burl they'd shown me a few months earlier. Back then they hadn't sawn the log (beyond cutting it into two pieces - a 9' section of trunk and the butt) but the very idea of burly oak was enough to get me salivating. Walking up […]The post Lumber Yard Visit: RRAW Roughcut Lumber/Davison HQS appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Ugly Tape Measure Contest

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If you've got the worst of the worst, we'll send you the best of the best. My Popular Woodworking blog series about measuring tools, squares,and tapes we use: Precision Instruments is now complete. Now, I thought it would be fun to have a little contest for readers of this blog. As I confessed, I'm a bit of an obsessive when it comes to quality tape measures having spent years searching […]The post The Ugly Tape Measure Contest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Reviewing Saws (and Automobiles) is Kinda Dumb

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First, let me say that I am guilty of the behavior that I am discussing below. When I reviewed tools for Popular Woodworking Magazine for 20 years, I fell into the trap I'm about to describe. After decades of woodworking, I have achieved a bit of wisdom. And I think this entry is some of it. Here we go. Reviews of new cars are generally crap. Most new cars drive […]The post Reviewing Saws (and Automobiles) is Kinda Dumb appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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