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The Feelings of the 1,000 Club

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ToolsToday just hit another milestone of 1,000 customer reviews and in this feature, David Coventry from ToolsToday discusses the real importance of customer reviews and why it’s important. We just hit 1,000 verified reviews on the ToolsToday website and this led me to think why is it important and why should you care. I’m sure we have all had different experiences over the years when buying tools, or any other product or service, but at Toolstoday, we are always looking … click to read more

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Building My Upcycled Electric Guitar from Reclaimed Materials on the CNC Machine

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I’m an “upcyclist,” which is a fancy word for trash picker. I build with reclaimed and discarded materials and I love making guitars. So when my friend was replacing his dated, maple kitchen counter, I jumped at the change to grab it and make a unique, headless one-piece guitar using my collection of router bits from Amana Tool. In Aspire, I designed the guitar as one piece of wood (versus a body and neck that bolt together). Also unlike more … click to read more

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Easily Cut A Wooden Sign with Your CNC

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Wooden signs are all the rage currently, so we decided we needed to design and create some signs that signified home was where the heart was. First, we wanted to come up with the outline of each state. Since we live in Arkansas, we started with that. Finding a vector file of your home state should be very easy with a simple google search. Wikipedia is usually a really good place to start. Choosing a bit is an important decision. … click to read more

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Improving the Human Power Feeder

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There are many important factors on getting a nice, clean cut at the router table or shaper. Cutter design, flute direction, spindle horsepower, size and depth of cut, workpiece control (featherboards and hold downs), grain direction, and machine calibration just to name a few. I was reminded of another factor the other day when I was milling parts for cabinet doors on the shaper. I noticed the edge along the panel groove of my stile was getting some tear out. … click to read more

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Wide Range of High Quality Tooling

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It’s time to build some new high quality cabinets for the shop. click to read more

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