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Squaring a board is one of the most basic skills a woodworker must have. If you’re not starting with a board that’s square six sides, it’s hard to make a
Squaring a board is one of the most basic skills a woodworker must have. If you’re not starting with a board that’s square six sides, it’s hard to make a woodworking project that’s square. Check out this Post Haste video to learn, in just over a minute, how to square a board. You’ll see a variety of tools used as you learn how to square a board; jointer, planer, table saw, and miter saw. The video will also help you understand how these tools work together to result in a perfectly square...
An accurate combination square is the cornerstone of every layout work. It allows us to measure and mark joinery, and check for flatness and squareness of workpieces, setups and tools. I have a few…
Christopher Elliott saved to Garage / Workshop
Before building projects with truly square corners you're proud of, you need the proper tools and setups.
Ed Winters saved to Shop
Woodworking tip for the little notch in a combination square. What’s a combination square? This is a combination square! I guess it’s called a “combination” square because there’s a combination of…MoreMore #WoodworkingTips
Sherri McClellan saved to Shop Tips
A speed square isn't just for marking straight lines! Learn how to use a speed square and unlock all these not-so-secret features!
Spbulldragon saved to Speed square
Learn how to check for square and correct it using the 3-4-5 rule or a tape measure with this detailed guide for beginner woodworkers.
George Linck saved to Projects
In my shop squares fall into the same category as pencils. You can never have enough because the instant you need one they are nowhere to be found. They have little legs and decide to play hide and…
Bill Kinsey saved to shop
The Speed Square was created in 1925 and has become an essential tool for carpenters and DIYers. Here are some uses beyond measuring rise and run for roofs.
Lana Chevalier saved to woodworking
Learning how to capture, transfer, and measure angles is a foundational woodworking skill. It’s required for many woodworking projects.
Sandra Walton saved to Tools