Woodworking Techniques and Advice
Router bits, shaper cutters, molder/planer knives and saw blades are constantly being asked to cut, mill or shape new products in new ways. From plastics and resins to manufactured sheet cores, the tooling that we use is continually facing new challenges as material technology advances. Most of the tools we use in woodshops are carbide-tipped, carbide inserts or milled from solid carbide. Knowing something about the way that carbide is produced and graded might help a shop owner make more informed choices when buying bits and blades.
The following is a starting point for shop owners thinking of making the leap into CNC machinery. It might also be useful for shops that are already up and running as they can use it to introduce new employees to the process.
Written by Jonathan Benson Monday, 01 June 2009 18:57
But choosing the proper bending method and appropriate wood species can give your work more value
Maintenance costs time and money. But if we don’t do it, the cost goes up.
Wednesday, 06 May 2009 14:16
The book “The Furniture Masterworks of John and Thomas Seymour” written by Robert D. Massey Jr., and published by the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., has inspired me to attempt to build something similar in nature to two of their works. My design utilizes a combination of the features of the night cabinets shown in entries 28 and 30. The dimensions will be 32" high x 22" wide x 14" deep.
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