The Month of Woodworking Shows - All Seminars The Month of Woodworking Shows - All Seminars

Friday, March 12, 2021

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Coloring Wood
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Most woodworkers are terrified of using stain or dye on their projects. This seminar will dispel the myths and provide a great foundation for applying color without failure. Color, it’s what makes the world beautiful!

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Wicked Good Finish
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is “what is the best finish?”. In this seminar I will show you how to apply one of my favorites, true oil-based varnish. We will look at both wipe-on and brush application.

Saturday, March 13, 2021

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Coloring Wood
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Most woodworkers are terrified of using stain or dye on their projects. This seminar will dispel the myths and provide a great foundation for applying color without failure. Color, it’s what makes the world beautiful!

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Wicked Good Finish
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is “what is the best finish?”. In this seminar I will show you how to apply one of my favorites, true oil-based varnish. We will look at both wipe-on and brush application.

Friday, March 19, 2021

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Woodworking Alchemy
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Bringing old woodworking machinery back to life is a great way to fill your shop with great machines for a fraction of what new costs. We will discuss how to determine what tools are worth saving, cover resources for information or parts, and go through the basics of rust removal. I’ll also show you a slick setup tool.

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Handplanes
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the real joys of woodworking is being able to surface wood using a hand plane. In this seminar we will discuss how to turn an old Stanley Bailey bench plane into a real treasure.

Saturday, March 20, 2021

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Woodworking Alchemy
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Bringing old woodworking machinery back to life is a great way to fill your shop with great machines for a fraction of what new costs. We will discuss how to determine what tools are worth saving, cover resources for information or parts, and go through the basics of rust removal. I’ll also show you a slick setup tool.

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Handplanes
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the real joys of woodworking is being able to surface wood using a hand plane. In this seminar we will discuss how to turn an old Stanley Bailey bench plane into a real treasure.

Friday, March 26, 2021

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Bevel Up/ Bevel Down Handplanes
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

There’s lots of confusion about the difference between bevel up or bevel down hand planes and what the angles are all about. We will discuss how the planes work with the wood and the basics of sharpening those bevels.

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Card Scrapers
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most useful tools in our woodworking shop is the card scraper. One of the most frustrating tools in our shop is the card scraper. I’ll show you how to quickly turn a little piece of steel into a grain-conquering hero. It’s darned near magic!

Saturday, March 27, 2021

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Bevel Up/ Bevel Down Handplanes
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

There’s lots of confusion about the difference between bevel up or bevel down hand planes and what the angles are all about. We will discuss how the planes work with the wood and the basics of sharpening those bevels.

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Card Scrapers
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most useful tools in our woodworking shop is the card scraper. One of the most frustrating tools in our shop is the card scraper. I’ll show you how to quickly turn a little piece of steel into a grain-conquering hero. It’s darned near magic!

Monday, May 31, 2021

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Bandsaw Basics
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The bandsaw is the safest machine in the workshop, which makes it one of the most dangerous. Often woodworkers opt to center their shop around a bandsaw because they’re considered to be safe and versatile. If you haven’t used a bandsaw much in your woodworking, let Chuck Bender walk you through the basics of how to safely operate this time-honored tool.

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Bevel Up/ Bevel Down Handplanes
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Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

There’s lots of confusion about the difference between bevel up or bevel down hand planes and what the angles are all about. We will discuss how the planes work with the wood and the basics of sharpening those bevels.

- EST
Card Scrapers
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Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most useful tools in our woodworking shop is the card scraper. One of the most frustrating tools in our shop is the card scraper. I’ll show you how to quickly turn a little piece of steel into a grain-conquering hero. It’s darned near magic!

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Coloring Wood
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Most woodworkers are terrified of using stain or dye on their projects. This seminar will dispel the myths and provide a great foundation for applying color without failure. Color, it’s what makes the world beautiful!

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Dados, Rabbets, and Grooves
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The versatility of the table saw doesn’t shine any better than when it’s put to use making joints. In one form or another, most of those joints involve removing material to create a dado or rabbet. Chuck Bender shows you multiple ways of making these essential woodworking joints.

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Design With the Grain
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Wood grain can make or break a project. In this seminar we will discuss the different cuts of wood (flat, quarter, rift), how to choose which is appropriate for your project, what EMC is, and how to lay out your parts for best appearance and function.

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Essential Bandsaw jigs and fixtures
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The bandsaw can do far more than simply resaw lumber or cut out the curvy edge of a wall shelf. With the addition of a few shop-made jigs, you’ll be able to do more than you ever imagined with your bandsaw.

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Handplanes
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Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the real joys of woodworking is being able to surface wood using a hand plane. In this seminar we will discuss how to turn an old Stanley Bailey bench plane into a real treasure.

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Sanding for a Finish
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Preparing for a finish is the most important aspect of finishing. We will discuss how to properly sand a project and the pitfalls that can turn a great project into a great disaster.

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Table Saw Basics
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The table saw is central to many woodworking workshops, and its versatility is unrivaled. What should you look for in a new saw? How should you tune your saw to get straight, accurate cuts? What are the best practices to operate a saw safely? In this seminar, Chuck Bender answers all those questions and many more.

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Wicked Good Finish
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Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is “what is the best finish?”. In this seminar I will show you how to apply one of my favorites, true oil-based varnish. We will look at both wipe-on and brush application.

- EST
Woodworking Alchemy
Join Stream
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Bringing old woodworking machinery back to life is a great way to fill your shop with great machines for a fraction of what new costs. We will discuss how to determine what tools are worth saving, cover resources for information or parts, and go through the basics of rust removal. I’ll also show you a slick setup tool.