The links below revisit a few of the articles that have appeared in Woodezine over the last fourteen years.
Check back for new articles every now and then...

You can also find techniques and methods in our Woodshop Basics handbook.

A how-to article on the end table at left is here.


A layman's guide to the latest wood industry terminology.
A look at the furniture finalists
Every woodworker needs to know
When a regular nail won't do
Thinking of buying a CNC?
New Technology
A short intro to our series
An Irish company brings a clever new push and click connector to the U.S.
Everything new at the Las Vegas show. Part 1 of 2
Everything new at the Las Vegas show. Part 2 of 2
A Celebration of woodturning at the feet (foots?) of the Rockies.
Where would a woodshop use them? You'd be surprised...
Sharpening machines that use water.
"Resin can be made to resemble wood, duplicating every chisel mark in a carving."
Have you ever wondered if the glue you're using is really the best choice for the job?
Once you understand the physics involved, the breakage problem disappears.
East Teak offers a wide range of hardwood species, including some recycled rosewood.
A guide to the industry's grading, cut and measurement language.
The difference between universal and induction motors...
There are several ways in which mills cut veneers, and each delivers a distinct pattern...
Adding a phase converter can open the door to used professional machinery and bigger motors.
A couple of shop tricks to help handle that annoying divot chewed by a planer.
A Wisconsin forestor has lots of answers for anyone who wants to harvest and/or dry lumber.
Combining ceramic and carbide, a West Coast manufacturer has changed sawblade science.
Here are five inspirational pieces by renowned artists, with links to their websites.
A brief overview of this efficient way to spray sealers, stains and topcoats.
A very brief but quite informative intro to the parts and properties of bench planes.
A very basic and heavy MDF base for a wood lathe, easy to build and pretty vibration-free.
An easy-to-build project and a great gift. Note - have the hardware in hand before you begin!
A very brief intro to segmented turning, with a link to Bill Kandler's site and his video on this.
Here's a real challenge for woodworkers who want to get out of the shop in summer...
Build a heavy-duty featherboard for your table saw.
This is a link to the plans for building the pine end table shown at the top of the page.


And here are some links to a few of the articles that John has written for Woodcraft Magazine...

Pocket Hole Joinery
Mortise & Tenon Joinery
Build a Sharpening Center
Raising Panels on a Shaper


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