[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 15:30:09 02/16/10
Jim Innis, vice president of Friends of White Water Shaker Village, takes us on a tour of the shaker meeting house. You'll learn about the construction of this historic location and get a preview of the restoration process.
[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 17:19:00 02/10/10
Tricks-in-Action showcases a reader-submitted woodworking tip taken directly from the pages of Popular Woodworking Magazine's Tricks of the Trade column. In the April 2010 issue, Daniel Freeman wrote how he removes pitch from the blade of his radial arm saw using adhesive remover. We test a common adhesive remover against our shop favorite blade cleaner.
[LESS INFO] 77 VIEWS | ADDED 19:32:50 02/08/10
The final episode in rebuilding the 1944 Delta Unisaw. Popular Woodworking Magazine Publisher, Steve Shanesy takes a side-by-side look at features from both the vintage Delta table saw and new Delta flagship table saw. Hold on tight as he swaps the old-style fence for an updated Biesemeyer unit.
[LESS INFO] 47 VIEWS | ADDED 15:14:38 02/02/10
In the book "Puzzle Boxes" you'll learn to create some of the most intriguing projects you'll ever make. This clip is from the included DVD where author Jeff Vollmer shows you how to cut a 'joiner' piece and two shoulders to support the lid for a puzzle box. Then he reviews all of the parts and shows how they are put together to make a completed puzzle box.
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 18:37:14 01/25/10
You should never expect a table saw rebuild to go without a hitch. In this episode of the restoration, the behemoth motor decides to give out. Looks as though the motor needs a rebuild as well as the saw. Get a firsthand look at the motor's guts and once fixed, watch the table saw make a rip cut.
[LESS INFO] 102 VIEWS | ADDED 16:14:41 12/21/09
In the fourth episode, the table saw returns to working status. The motor goes back in, the top is attached and the fence rails and fence are installed. And you get a couple great tips to help out if you're in the shop alone trying to make things happen.