Workshop Tips

Marble, Ken; Caspar, Tom; Schaffter, Alan; Duclos, Serge; Pardo Sr., Gary; Liberman, Yoav; Mak, Charles; Wells, Bill
October 2012
American Woodworker;Oct/Nov2012, Issue 162, p8
The article offers several tips in the woodworking industry. It mentions the use of cauls, made from a steel channel called Unistrut, to ensure flat glue-ups of any size as well as the use of a homemade solution in removing the dirt and grease without damaging the patina of an old wooden plane. It also offers tips when cleaning a bush and when making dovetailed drawers.


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