A hand plane is meant to create smooth, flat, and straight surfaces. If your plane isn’t up to snuff, these simple steps will get you on the right track in the shortest amount of time. A question and answer session gives you the chance to solve your hand plane questions.
Making your own pen is a great way to learn the basics of turning and using a lathe. This seminar teaches the steps to make a pen. Find out about the tools and materials you need to be successful. Take part in the live event to get your questions answered by the experts.
The right finish can help make your projects shine. You can learn to create one-of-a-kind looks by following a few simple finish recipes. This seminar highlights the secrets to success in applying finishes and keeping them looking their best.
A table saw is a core tool for building projects. When you’re just getting started in woodworking, the options can be overwhelming. Discover the different types of saws, what they can do, what to look for in a table saw, and how to find a good used tool.
Learn the details you need to get started in woodworking. Find out about choosing the right tools to suit your interests. How to create the right space to build great projects. Discover solutions to make the most of a small space.
Straight, flat, and square boards are easier to work with, can be glued together with fewer problems, and make for doors and drawer fronts that stay flat. Here’s a no-nonsense process to take your lumber from rough to ready.
Woodworking should be fun. You won’t enjoy your time in the workshop if you’re injured. This seminar takes a whole-shop approach to safety from the gear you need to smart techniques for using power tools. Join the live seminar to ask your questions about shop safety and the best way to use your tools.
Top-performing tools need to be sharp, for sure. But how do you know what angle to sharpen them? Learn about bevel angles and how they affect sharpness, edge life, tearout, and specific tools. We’ll also discuss micro-bevels, back bevels, and bevel up vs. bevel down tools.
Dedicated DIYers and Contractors and makers in between all love miter saws. But this power tool is easily taken for granted. After taking this seminar, you’ll have a good handle on getting the best results.
You expect router bits and table saw blades to work every time you power up a tool. The thing is these accessories could use a little love from time to time. This seminar provides you with a straightforward approach to keeping router bits and table saw blades in top shape.
Salvage, rescued, barn boards, pallets. Woodworkers, DIYers, and makers find clever ways breathe new life into discarded and unwanted wood. You can learn the skills to rescue, clean up, and work with a variety of wood materials from this seminar. Join the live event for a dedicated Q&A session to find creative solutions to special pieces of wood you have.
Far from push-button woodworking, CNC routers give you the chance to learn a new set of skills for building great projects. The focus of this seminar is to take your project ideas and make them ready for the CNC. Learn from project designers about drawing, software, and other solutions you need to get the best results. A question & answer session for live event attenders provides access to experienced help.