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Simple Trick for Perfect Miters: Pro Tip

Here's the how-to video and step-by-step instructions showing you how to get perfect tight-fitting...

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Must Have Router Bits for Classic Wainscot Chair Rail

When making classic wainscot chair rail, there are two router bits that I use almost every time.  The first is a small chamfer bit and the the other is a small roundover bit.  I've used these two bits for the last 10 or 15 years to make what I consider a classic chair...

Building a Painting of Jimi Hendrix with Rust and Steel

In this steel painting of Jimi Hendrix, I fast forward through the process starting with building the wooden structure on the table saw, cutting and gluing the metal, taping and cutting the stencil, priming, painting, rusting, sealing, framing, and finally hanging the...

Perfect Miter Cuts – How to Make a Sacrificial Fence

I show you how to make a sacrificial fence for my Hitachi chopsaw to help make perfect miter cuts.   A big part of my business is making picture frames and using a sacrificial fence is a great way to make accurate cuts on small moldings. Having a sharp chopsaw blade,...

RIDGID Cordless Router Review – Rabbet Bit

I test and review  the RIDGID 18 Volt Cordless Router and use it with a three eights CMT Rabbeting bit to make some test cuts. Overall, I was very impressed with the RIDGID cordless router and it's very comfortable in the hand and seems to have a decent battery life...

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