In this issue:
Deep South Cypress & Cedar
Creation mills old utility polls into usable
outdoor lumber. Learn about their
sawmill, located in Fruitland Park, FL, at:
A wine cellar door separates
a cool, humid room from the rest of the
house. What special considerations
in door construction do you need to
take into account?
the current economy meant compromise between you and your
costs to meet lower budgets - while continuing to
produce a quality product
- is the topic of conversation here.
methods for joining bookcases together, and disguising any
are under review. Add your own technique to the
vacuum dried wood stronger? The Wood Doc poses this question at the
and Drying Forum, and explores the answer along with another industry
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This circular sapele
staircase has received much admiration at the Project
Gallery. See how it gleams:
Jason Neufeld's business, WoodAnchor, offers reclaimed
lumber. Learn more about WoodAnchor's spirit of sustainability
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Matching a new piece of CNC equipment to your
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bandmill blades are bad for many reasons, so it's best to sharpen
before any sign of difficulty. Here are estimates of how frequently
need sharpening, and of how many spare blades to keep on hand in
order to keep
the mill working.
long does it take to prepare shop drawings for a cabinet job?
Here's a detailed
discussion on the topic, including thoughts on the
percentage of total project
cost that design typically represents.
butt log identification mystery must have halted production at mills
the country. Hazard your own guess on the species as you
follow along... The
answer's near the end.
woodworker describes how a moment's inattention damaged his
machine — but luckily,
not him. The tale sets off a long thread of
similar stories (including one
fatality) and lessons learned.
You could just give it your all and muscle that heavy conference table
your workbench... But in a one-man shop, who's going to come to
when gravity gets the best of you, and you become pinned
get squished: investigate these ideas for flipping a large
table top by yourself.
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Air Handling Systems features videos
on ductwork for dust collection
systems. To view the videos, click on the link
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