There are times when you may want to use a thin-kerf blade, but what about your riving knives and splitters? Won’t they be too wide? Well, not exactly. We’re going to touch on the basics of thin-kerf blades, but the main point of this article is to address the issue

The top and bottom are ready to be stained and finished.  I’m going a bit out of order at this point.  I have already finished the top and the underside of the bottom but I’m going to bundle that in with my next post.  Here, I’m going to show how

I finally settled on a design for my studio desk.  It needed to fit into the breakfast nook, be mobile, and house the various racks of gear needed to record music.  I went through almost 20 designs before I settled on this one, not because it was the best, but

Materials Needed WD-40 Grey Scotch-Brite Pads (7448) Some sort of treatment such as… Johnson Paste Wax MinWax Paste Wax Renaissance Wax T-9 BoeShield (Lubricant, Rust Free, Blade & Bit) GlideCote Optional 0000 Steel Wool (instead of the Scotch-Brite pads) Denatured Alcohol Bag Of Rags Blue Painters Tape Blue Shop Towels Hand Pad Holder or Sanding Block