Mark ( on December 16th, 2009

Next in the series of reviews of DVD’s from the SmartFlix Woodworking University, this time I review the DVD: Router Joinery by Gary Rogowski.  This DVD is one of many DVD’s produced by Taunton Press for Fine Woodworking. This DVD highlights the use of what is arguably the most versatile power tool in a woodworking […]

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Mark ( on December 11th, 2009

The arms for the chair start with two rectangular blanks about 5 inches wide.  These blanks needed to be roughly shaped before the outlines of the actual arms can be cut out at the band saw. The shaping process for the arms involves two steps.  The first step utilizes a jig that facilitates cove-cutting a […]

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Mark ( on December 2nd, 2009

With the band sawing of the rear legs completed and the head rest holes drilled I set out to shape the rear legs and to band saw and shape the front legs. Some of the shaping of the legs could be done with a round-over bit in a router table however, because of the irregular […]

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