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8 inch Dado Stack

Cuts Deep & Wide

I've been getting a lot of use out of my dado stack lately. I used to be reluctant to change out the blade for a few cuts—I'd just slog through and make multiple passes with my regular-width blade.  But now that I'm in the shop more I'm seeing the benefit of saved time and more precise cuts that ...
Clamps for when you're in a pinch

Clamps for when you're in a pinch

Pinch Dogs Pinch dogs are handy to keep around for shapes that are too awkward to clamp. They're also great for securing tabletops or other surface pieces together that you intend to cut the ends off after glue-up. Here's a video of them in action while I'm making stars. Start at the 1:00 minut...
12-inch Precision Marking Rule

Mark With Precision

I met with DDC customer, Shawn last week and he gave me a great idea to pass on to you, especially to those of you who are currently building Resurrection Crosses.  The Incra Marking Rule paired with a .05 mechanical pencil is a great aide to help you mark with accuracy as you lay out all of thos...
How to cut thin strips of wood on a table saw safely

How To Cut Thin Strips on The Table Saw Safely

Many of you have asked for ways to cut thin strips on the table saw safely, like the 1/4-inch rips needed to make Layered Crosses. I've always relied heavily on push sticks to keep my hands away from the blade, but I recently came across another method that works great when ripping short pieces.I...
Best Woodworking Books 2019

Three Woodworking Books You Should Read

These three books have been educational and have inspired me to stretch myself and elevate my craft in a number of ways. Check them out and hopefully they will grow you in your craft and keep you inspired to create amazing things with wood for years to come.
Created to Create

Created to Create

In the beginning, we were created in His image. We were made by the ultimate maker—the one who created everything. He made you. You were crafted to be like Him. That means you’re here to create too. There’s no getting around it, we’re all made to make. Some people embrace their creative birthrigh...