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Over the Workbench

A.J. Hamler
Egg on my face

If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing it right. It’s easy to take that too far, though. At least, it is for me.

This Business About Woodworking

David DeCristoforo
Is that old?

In the 1970′s there was a resurgence in antiques and old, weathered looking furniture. Weathered barn boards were selling for more per foot ...

Columns

The Cutting Edge

Drive motors are the muscle behind CNC

Though the software side of CNC is the brains of digital fabrication, the muscle side is the drive m...

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Pro Shop

Old adage rings true: Show me the money

Old adage rings true: Show me the money

As craftspeople, we like to think we’re above doing things just for money. Don’t get me wrong, w...

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Finishing

Cabinet-grade finish means simple, quick and easy

Cabinet-grade finish means simple, quick and easy

If you read the woodworking magazines or look online, you often come across instructions for filling...

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Taking Stock

Will 3-D printing spell the end for craftsmanship?

Will 3-D printing spell the end for craftsmanship?

The last thing I want to do is create any widespread panic, but you should know that 3-D printing te...

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