This week, it’s tips on making acoustic guitar sides, and classic wooden ring designs. Then, making a French Cleat and buying a thickness planer on the cheap. Finally, it’s all about wood rasps and a woodworking gallery from the past. Enjoy.
Tips on Making Acoustic Guitar Sides
In 5 Best Tips for Making Acoustic Guitar Sides, you’ll learn five simple things you can do to make better sides for your acoustic guitars.
These are great to know, and they can save you some headaches down the road.
Classic Wooden Ring Designs
If you are new to ring making, this is the express lane to making outstanding rings right from the start.
Making a French Cleat
In How to Make a French Cleat the Easy Way, you’ll learn about the french cleat, how to make it, and why you need to know about it.
This is an awesome method for hanging things from a wall, even heavy items that would not do well with other hanging methods.
Buying a Used Planer
In 10 Helpful Tips for Buying a Used Planer, you’ll learn what you need to look for before you buy a planer on the used market.
You’ll learn what to avoid, what to look for, and what to do in order to make your purchase as safely as possible and ensure a good deal.
Using a Wood Rasp
In 5 Easy Tips for Using a Wood Rasp you’ll learn about the wood rasp, and why you need one.
This is a great tool to have for rough removal of material from larger projects, and can be a quicker method than some power tools for rounding and breaking corners, and roughing out a surface.
In the Woodworking Gallery of the Week, I’ll share with you some of the pictures from the past that have been featured on the site, and hopefully they get you exited about getting out into the shop.
If you have any questions about the week, please post a question and I’ll be glad to help.
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