No matter what type of woodworking projects you like to tackle, there’s no doubt about the fact that a bandsaw is one of the most essential woodworking tools. Whether you’re using it to resaw a piece of walnut to make some veneer for a large project or you’re cutting out intricately shaped letters for a sign that you’re building, a bandsaw can handle pretty much any task you throw its way — if it has the right blade on it, of course. Although bandsaws are known for blade drift, the truth is that with the right setup, you can greatly...
With two unique tip systems, Colwood’s much-loved wood burner is the thing your woodshop is missing. If you don’t have a Colwood wood burner, you might be surprised to find just how much use you can get out of one. Whether you’re the type of person who loves to collect tools regardless of how much you’ll use them or you prefer for every tool in your shop to serve a specific purpose, we think that any shop would benefit from a product like this. Or, as the saying goes, “I’d rather have it and not need it than need it...
You have the classics like Norm Abrams in the New Yankee Workshop. The contributions of Christian Becksvoort to the world of fine woodworking are innumerable. Other names like James Krenov, George Nakashima, Tage Frid, Thomas Chippendale, Sam Maloof, Greene and Greene, the Eames brothers, and countless others are already legendary and are sure to stand the test of time. At Long Island Woodworking Supply, these are the names that we turn to for inspiration. But there are several names that are relatively new to the game, and believe it or not, they’re capable of teaching old dogs some new tricks....
A table saw. A bandsaw. A few handplanes. A set of chisels. These are the essential woodworking tools that everyone suggests having in a woodshop. This makes sense, of course, because they are absolutely vital to completing most of the tasks you’ll come across. But what items do you need that usually get overlooked? There are more of them than you might suspect, but in today’s post, the team at Long Island Woodworking supply would like to share some of the items and supplies we like to keep on hand in our shop. Will you see them in every shop?...
Can you believe spring is already here? For many woodworkers, this means more of their projects will be outdoor-oriented so they can be enjoyed in the warmer weather. To help you get some ideas, Long Island Woodworking Supply is offering some fun spring woodworking projects to try. Remember, if you need any tools to get the job done, make sure to shop our woodworking supply store! The Best Spring Woodworking Projects Birdhouse Birds typically begin breeding in spring and they will need a place to build their nest. A birdhouse is one of the easiest projects for woodworkers to make...
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