things any experienced craftsman knows: (1) Good tools are a pleasure to
work with, and (2) it's good to have options. Because we enjoy quality
tools, we've chosen Google to provide the search engine for this site.
Unfortunately, this is a new site and it's growing. Although we are
registering our pages with Google as quickly as we post them, it takes
time for them to send out their spider-bots to survey a new page, collect
the keywords, do that voodoo they do so well, and add it to their archives. For that
reason, we have also provided an optional method for you to search. If
Google fails to find a topic that you request, check our
Index. The index may not have the horsepower of a search
engine – you look up topics the old-fashioned way, i.e. alphabetically –
but it will usually be more current than the
search engine. And perhaps because our index has been assembled by
woodworkers, it may be more in tune with the way you think when you're
looking for woodworking information.|
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to all the needs of man, how poor the world would be without wood."
Eric Sloane in Reverence for Wood
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essential information about wood, woodwork, and woodworking.
By Nick Engler.
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