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Edition #120

Heirloom Project

Greene & Greene Hall Table

Part 27: Applying The Finish

The final step of the Greene & Greene table is to apply a finish that matches the look of this unique piece. Join Bryan and Phil as they walk through the considerations for the right type of finish for each section of the project.

Shop Project

Mobile Cutoff Bin

Part 2: Shaping & Adding Details

Assembling a project always presents a few challenges — even if it's a shop project. Bryan and Phil assemble the mobile cutoff bin and share strategies to break down the process into manageable steps and tips to ensure accurate, square results.

Shop Tip

Power At The Workbench

In the middle of a project, the last thing you want to do is juggle power cords for the tools you're using. The trouble is most workbenches don't have built-in power outlets. Phil shares a tip that brings power right where you need it.

Edition #120: Talking Shop

Shop Tip

Overhead Storage Tray

Storage space is definitely at a premium in a small shop. That's especially true for small and less-frequently used items. The solution might be right above your head. Bryan shows off a simple bin to make better use of your shop.

Talking Shop

Panel Flipping At The Planer

Using a thickness planer seems straightforward enough. But there are some tips and tricks for getting smooth, flat results. Bryan and Phil shared some proven tips for working with glued-up panels and boards that are ready for use in your next project.