The Woodshop Shed

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Tool News: Box Joint & Beehive Jig

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Leigh known for accurate and clever joinery jigs has a new box-joint jig for routers (for handheld use or on router tables). It's designed to create 12"- and 34"-wide box joints and looks similar to other jigs, so I was ready to be under whelmed until I set it up and started checking out the features.Source

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Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: Are they different from mineral spirits and paint thinner?

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You may have seen some of my complaints directed at Minwax and General Finishes for listing aliphatic hydrocarbons as an ingredient on some of their products rather than the more common petroleum distillates or mineral spirits.Source

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Steve Fitzberger: Recycling Pallet Wood, Reclaiming Lives

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Steve Fitzberger's Abba Woodworks recycles pallet wood into functional objects, while providing homeless people with woodworking skills.The post Steve Fitzberger: Recycling Pallet Wood, Reclaiming Lives appeared first on Woodworking | Blog | Videos | Plans | How To.

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Curiosity in the Air

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Rob wonders how you feel about the level of dust collection in your shop. The post Curiosity in the Air appeared first on Woodworking | Blog | Videos | Plans | How To.

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Hiding Leg Levelers with Recesses

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Chair levelers are great for keeping things steady, but they don't usually enhance the look of the furniture. This reader's trick will help keep them hidden.The post Hiding Leg Levelers with Recesses appeared first on Woodworking | Blog | Videos | Plans | How To.

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