Woodworking Techniques

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Lathe Techniques: Shearing Beads
Learning to shear on the lathe takes a good bit of time and a whole lot of practice, but you’ll love what you can do once you’ve mastered the lathe technique. George Vondriska teaches you that shearing is something you have to commit to, it can’t be done halfway.
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Sharpen Your Woodworking Skills
Sharpen your skills by watching our top woodworking videos! We'll cover must-have skills, shop safety, and shop storage.
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How To Clean Glue Squeeze-Out
If you’re putting woodworking projects together, you’re going to get squeeze out. It’s nearly impossible to avoid. And, for the most part, you don’t want to avoid it. A little glue coming out of the joint provides some reassurance that you have enough glue IN the joint. The question is, what do you do with squeeze out?
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How to Use a Folding Ruler for Inside Dimensions
George Vondriska teaches you the benefit of keeping a folding ruler around when you’re completing a woodworking project in your workshop. Folding rulers are ideal for measuring the dimensions of the interior of a project like a cabinet or desk.
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How to Easily Make Accurate Measurements
You’ve probably seen George lay out woodworking projects using nothing but a pencil and his fingertip. It’s a very fast woodworking technique, and can be very accurate, too. With a little practice and George’s tips on using your fingertips, you can use this woodworking technique, too.
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Measuring Techniques: Masking Tape Measurements
Have you ever misremembered the measurement on a woodworking piece and ended up with a jagged corner or uneven joinery? Try using this measuring technique of sticking a small piece of masking tape onto the face of your tape measure, you can easily jot down dimensions so you never make the wrong cut again.
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Kumiko Woodworking
Check out this Wikipedia definition of Kumiko Woodworking: Kumiko is a Japanese technique of assembling wooden pieces without the use of nails. Thinly slit wooden pieces are grooved, punched and mortised, and then fitted individually using a plane, saw, chisel and other tools to make fine adjustments. The technique was developed in Japan in the Asuka Era (600-700 AD)