Your feathered friends – and all those people on your Christmas list – would love for you to prove your woodworking prowess and justify all that time you spend in the shop with a cozy birdhouse! This collection of free bird house plans goes from basic to obsessively decorative, and everything in between. And if […]
YIKES. Wish I’d seen this one sooner to pass along… on 8-19-09 Ridgid and One World Technologies recalled the Ridgid r4511 (pdf). Yup, that sexy new granite-topped table saw’s arbor apparently can’t handle stacked dadoes and sends them flying.
When I first read about I.D. Wood, a $2.99 reference guide to wood for the iPhone, I thought you could take a picture of grain patterns and the app would automatically figure out what kind of wood you had. While certainly a great resource, I.D. Wood can’t do that… (yet ;)…
A Guest Post by Joe Trueheart of The Craftsman’s Woodshop. I had been talking with some woodworkers and the topic came up about what types of projects are easy to make and sell fast. Being inquisitive myself, I proceeded to conduct some research on the topic and where do you go to engage a high […]
Krenov’s passing has shaken the woodworking world, and shown us at ToolCrib.com the impact he had on thousands upon thousands of woodworkers. If you’d like us to donate $5 to the College of the Redwoods scholarship fund on your behalf, do two simple things:
I learned of James Krenov’s passing from TomsWorkbench. Krenov passed on September 9th, 2009. He is our 7th most influential woodworker. His passing makes 2009 especially tough for woodworkers, as Sam Maloof passed on May 21st.
We recently got a sawhorse plan submission from a reader named Richard, to add to our 38 Sawhorse Plans. First he sent in pics of the inspiration that he saw in an old nursery – I added those to the comments. Then he sent detailed pictures and build notes of his design (below), which looks […]
This is it from Mr. KnotScott for awhile – he’s working on an addition to his house, plus a new mantel project. He’ll be back, but it will be awhile, so I hope this last forum find fix tides you over for awhile! Scroll down to see links to all his previous forum thread collections!
Why are you a woodworker? What drives you spend your personal time and hard-earned income on wood and tools? Most woodworkers can trace their woodworking passions back to a single individual who started them on the path.