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Three New Forums Added

We’ve added following three new forums: Woodcarving Scrollsawing Marquetry, Inlay & Intarsia Enjoy.

New mitre sled

Today I made a new mitre sled. I made one a while back and used it this morning. To my great disappointment, the small triangles I cut were not perfect right triangles. I’ve used this sled to make nice picture frames with good, tight mitres,...

New Tools

Well I ordered a few new tools that is going to add 100% to my work. Its not everything I wanted but its a start. They are items that have been on my priority list. Well June 2nd is my 47th birthday and we are having a...

Hand Tools - Some New Some Old

In my boatbuilding career there was always a need to get the job done quickly and efficiently so power tools were the order of the day except for the few places where they just couldn’t do the job. Final planing on the edges of planking, shaping...

New shop toys

Well let me say it feels good to be back in the shop Part Time. As the year moves forward my shop time will increase. I already have a list of things that need to be built from my daughter, and myself like finishing my workbench that came to a...

New Feature Alert: Updated Links in Notifications

Just a small upgrade but a worthwhile one nonetheless. The links – in the notifications – to the new posts in discussions you’re following will now take you right to the first new post (comment or reply) since your last visit. No need to...

New Search Is Here

WoodworkingWeb got a new search today. It’s handy, fast and visual. You can access it from any page by entering your query into a search bar which is located in the header. Note that the search bar is changing it’s context depending on which...


Hey everybody new and old looking for some new followers. Trying to get some more and new interactions going on. Thanks don’t forget click follow for me and others as well. Thanks

New member

Hi, my name is Jerry and I am new here. I live in Niagara Falls Ont. Canada and like you, I love making things with my hands and favorite power tools. I would love some feed back from some of you and look forward to making friends here. Thank you!

Happy New Year!

May 2016 be the best year for you and your families! Happy New Year from the WoodworkingWeb team :)