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WoodworkingWeb Interview: Ianwater

I love interviews – getting to know people on a different level. We begin this series of interviews with IANWATER who has been very active on our site, helping 3W (WoodworkingWeb) begin its journey and members develop their skills. Ianwater...

Wish for all

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, Seasons greetings, Happy Kawanzaa or your preferred greeting to all the great folks who make up our group. I wish you good health, happiness and peace.

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 2.10 (October 2015)

Can you believe that it is October already?! This year has flown by — perhaps it was the happiness of the cold winter temperatures finally disappearing last spring. Well, here we are again, heading into wint… oh let’s not go there. Instead, let...

Nick Pancheau Interview - The Business of Woodworking

In this video, Nick Pancheau from Billings, MT shares his thoughts on marketing and branding for your business. He has worked hard, not only to design his furniture product line, but also to develop a strong marketing plan and brand image. ...

The Shop

We bought this old office building a couple of years ago. Set up my shop in part of it, started taking out walls first. Being a steel and concrete construction, lite concrete for the interior walls , a sawzall worked great. This phase is AIR. ...

Open Apron Nesting Tables #3: Assembly and Finishing Up

I can heave a sigh of relief now. The client just came and picked up the tables this afternoon and she loved them. Like all of us, I am never really completely satisfied and always see flaws but she was thrilled and we’re talking about her next...

FANTASY MARQUETRY #12: Nearing the Finish Line

You might be wondering why there hasn’t been a post on this blog for some time. I have just been occupied with, you guessed it, garden work and getting our outdoor stuff stored for the winter, but I did manage to get most of the repairs and...

LHCD #3: Panel glue up and progress to dry full assembly

Another part day getting the Panel Door to a completed dry assembly stage. It began with an overnight glue up of the panels, but first up a bit on the rails. I forgot to metion how I made them, so, a quick burst, made on the bandsaw using yet...