In this issue:
AWI Public Comment Period
The American Woodworking Institute (AWI)
is preparing to publish the
second edition of Architectural Woodwork Standards, and is opening a
brief public comment period for woodworking professionals to review the
draft and offer comments. Follow this link for information on how to
submit your comments.
This very detailed two-level library with
elliptical opening was completed in
only twelve weeks.
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This shop is ready to streamline assembly
stations in preparation for a
new, entry level employee. Any advice?
Share your tips for the construction, finishing
and weather sealing of a
four-panel, mahogany entry door at:
A durable approach for attaching table legs
to MDF tops - 100 of 'em - is
sought here ... will screws suffice?
First, this business needs a fair system
for determining delivery fees. Next,
they need an online tool that automatically calculates the price for the
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Veneer pros describe the formulas and methods
they use to make burl
veneer flat and pliable before pressing.
Investigation reveals that the catalyst in
the varnish reacts with the wood
to create a pinkish hue. Solution? Start by applying some kind of barrier
Is it worth constructing a Frankencabinet
out of repurposed stock
cabinet carcasses and faces? Interesting idea ... but with drawbacks.
Basic info on the characteristics that differentiate
dyes from pigments, and
advice on the appropriate uses of each (separately or together).
It requires hand labor, but you can use
a moulder to straighten warped
stock — up to a point.
A conversation about how to create the joint
between a solid oak
desktop and its support so as to accommodate wood expansion and
Charles G.G. Schmidt Co. features a video
of Larry’s Clamp in action. T
view the video, click on the link below and scroll down to Charles G.G.
Schmidt Co.'s video link:
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