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Tilt-Top Tabletop Profile

Tilt-Top Tabletop Profile [unable to retrieve full-text content] Tom uses two different router bits to profile the edge of the round tabletopPublished at Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:34:05...
How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp [embedded content] CHAPTER NINE of my Fine Woodworking eBook ” SketchUp Guide for Woodworkers” steps through the modeling process of  the Chamfered Post Table. This table, made in about 1700, is one of the pieces in the...

Survival of the Prettiest

Survival of the Prettiest [unable to retrieve full-text content] Sometimes the worst thing you can do while copying an antique is to actually copy the antiquePublished at Mon, 27 Nov 2017 19:00:32...

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp – Part II

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp – Part II [unable to retrieve full-text content] This is the second of a series on the Chamfered Post Table developed in the eBook “SketchUp Guide for Woodworkers”Published at Wed, 06 Dec 2017 19:03:53...
A Fresh Take on the Trestle Table

A Fresh Take on the Trestle Table

A Fresh Take on the Trestle Table A simple, elegant base complements the natural beauty of the live-edge top on this trestle table. The base joinery is half laps and bridle joints, with easy angles, slight tapers, and optional pegs to add interest. A spacer between...
Execution of a 4th Grade Woodworking Project

Execution of a 4th Grade Woodworking Project

Execution of a 4th Grade Woodworking Project An Oakland elementary school (with a Maker crafts’ program) recently contacted our local woodworking club (Diablo Woodworkers) with a challenge: Would it be possible to have twenty-eight 4th grade students construct two...

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