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Make A Bottle Opener Handle On The Lathe -- Part 2 Turn And Finish

Make A Bottle Opener Handle On The Lathe -- Part 2 Turn And Finish

After you've created your bottle opener blank with the inlay accent stripe, all that's left is to install the hardware and turn, sand and finish the handle. The process is simple, and you'll end up with a beautiful piece of equipment that will look great in your kitchen!...

Holiday Greeting From Woodworkers Guild Of America

Holiday Greeting From Woodworkers Guild Of America

We know, we message is a little late, but no less important. But, as you can tell by how long it took us to post this, things can get pretty hectic during the holiday season which may mean less time spent in the shop. We want to thank you for making time to tune in and wish you happy holidays and ha...

Making An Electric Guitar – Part 2  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Making An Electric Guitar – Part 2 | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Ginny's journey in guitar building continues as she moves forward with the electric guitar she's making for her boyfriend. Get caught up on her progress. If you haven't seen it, be sure to check out Part 1...

Lathe Project – Make A Coffee Scoop  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Lathe Project – Make A Coffee Scoop | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Any coffee lover will appreciate this project; a custom turned coffee scoop. The turning process is pretty straight forward, but there are some tricks in mounting the blank and fastening the scoop to the wooden handle. Decaf or regular, this scoop will help keep your coffee habit satisfied...

How To Make A V-block On The Table Saw  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

How To Make A V-block On The Table Saw | Woodworkers Guild Of America

A V-block is a must-have shop-made jig, especially for safely cutting round stock on the bandsaw. The easiest way to make one? Use a two-cut set up on the table saw and it'll be V for victory...

Sanding Fine Details  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Sanding Fine Details | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Sanding detailed, hard to get at, areas like those you might have on carvings or turnings can often times be difficult. Sometimes it's about the right tool for the job, like this contour sander from Arbortech. Watch as George Vondriska uses the Arbortech sander for sanding the details of an eagle ca...

Make A Bottle Opener Handle On The Lathe -- Part 1 Glue Up The Blank

Make A Bottle Opener Handle On The Lathe -- Part 1 Glue Up The Blank

Add some flare to your utensil drawer with this stylish wooden bottle opener, which you can turn from a few pieces of walnut and a veneer inlay. All you'll need for the first step in the process is waterproof glue, a couple of clamps and a gentle curve cut on your bandsaw...

Understanding A Starter Set Of Lathe Chisels  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Understanding A Starter Set Of Lathe Chisels | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Are you ready to buy your first set of lathe chisels? Do you need a gouge, scraper, or parting tool? Or all of the above? Here's some great buying advice that will help you choose your chisels. In addition to learning what chisels you need, you'll see how the chisels are used...

Turning Two Scoops On The Lathe - 2015 Kitchen Utensil Build Challenge

Turning Two Scoops On The Lathe - 2015 Kitchen Utensil Build Challenge

This is my first attempt at multi-axis turning: a couple of scoops/spoons from walnut and paduak. Multi-axis turning is really an art form of woodworking in itself. It breaks the door wide open from traditional solids of revolution to far more interesting, complicated, free form shapes. And it is re...

Making An Electric Guitar – Part 1  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Making An Electric Guitar – Part 1 | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Making an electric guitar can be a fun and rewarding woodworking project. George's daughter, Ginny, decided to make an electric guitar as a gift for her boyfriend. In part one of this series Ginny gives the background of the guitar design and how she got started on this project...

What’s The Deal With Screw Pocket Joinery  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

What’s The Deal With Screw Pocket Joinery | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Screw pockets can be used to create a solid structure on a number of woodworking projects. When fastening screw pocket joinery, you'll want to pay attention to a few key details, including the type and length of your screws and the method of clamping that you use...

Bandsaw Safety  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Bandsaw Safety | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Gruesome, but true; butcher shops use bandsaws to cut steaks. That tells you that a bandsaw, used improperly, can do a lot of damage. We want to make sure you're taking every precaution to make sure that, when you use a bandsaw for your woodworking projects, you're using it safely. This video provid...

Hiding Pocket Holes With Pocket Hole Plugs  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Hiding Pocket Holes With Pocket Hole Plugs | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Screw pockets are a great way to put projects together, but are unsightly. If the pocket holes on your project are going to show when it's done, there's a great (and easy) way to hide them. All it takes is glue, dowels and some hand tools. You can even turn pocket holes into a decorative accent...

Spokeshave Buying Advice  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Spokeshave Buying Advice | Woodworkers Guild Of America

Once you know that a spokeshave will be in your future, you need to know what kind of spokeshave is best for you. Tom Caspar has A LOT of spokeshaves in his shop and, using his great collection, can help you identify which version of this tool is best for you. Wooden body, metal body, round or flat ...

Build A Tiled Table - Part 1 Rail & Leg Assembly  |  Woodworkers Guild Of America

Build A Tiled Table - Part 1 Rail & Leg Assembly | Woodworkers Guild Of America

In the first installation of a three-part series on building a tiled sofa table, George Vondriska teaches you how to cut and assemble the rails and legs that will become the body of the table. He demonstrates the proper technique for tapering the legs on all four sides with an adjustable square and ...