April 12th, 2012
Multi-Cuts The concept behind “multi-cuts”, for our purposes, is basically cutting more than one piece of wood at the same time. Stacking up wood and making sure all the lengths, or widths are the same. This helps a lot if you’re making things like frames, box sides, legs or whatever else you can imagine where [...]
April 6th, 2012
Whether you’re just starting out or an old pro, the one thing we want is more tools. Sure once you’ve gotten your main set everything else becomes “wants” or “dream” tools but there’s always that moment of what to get or how to get. Now buying brand new is always the fancy, but sometimes a [...]
April 4th, 2012
That’s right everyone, get up and do a little jig! Well don’t really mean it, sit back down – at least don’t dance. What I’m talking about is jigs and templates, more specifically jigs and templates for my router and router table. Recently I’ve been adding a lot of flair and accents to my woodworking [...]
March 29th, 2012
This post is going to be more like “advice” than an actual tip, though if there is to be a tip had, it’s simply this: Get it!
March 24th, 2012
Recently, during some downtime, I was going through the missed “episodes” of a web-comic I’ve been following off and on for almost 10 years
March 23rd, 2012
That’s right everything here is brand-new slightly used! Over the next little while I’ll be updating the website with new content as well as some classic gems from websites past.
March 22nd, 2012
Admittedly this “tip” isn’t “woodworking” related per sae or at least directly like past tips, but it’s a tip worth keeping in mind as weather changes (strangely considering it’s March and been above 20 degrees celsius).
March 20th, 2012
If you’re interested in the previous episodes of Pete’s Got Wood! – back in the days of college production – check out the 3 episodes below.