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From Rob's Bench:
More from the anti-splinter front 
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the splinters I got when working with Baltic birch to make a set of kitchen cabinets. I honestly thought the comments would be split down the middle between opposing “You’re a wimp, Rob!” and “I hate splinters, too!” camps. 
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Free Project Plan:
Make a passive smartphone speaker 
Amp up your music listening experience by making a sleek speaker for your smartphone.
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Win a festool track saw
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Festool Event:
Festool recharged 2023
Chad Martin, our Advertising Director (2nd from right in lead photo), is in Lebanon, Indiana, attending “Festool Recharged 2023”, where he is previewing a range of new Festool products being release in 2023. We’ll be bringing you more details over the coming weeks about these (and other) new and exciting products from Festool.
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Preparing plane irons 
Learn to prepare and maintain your plane irons, as a sharp iron can make the difference between frustration and enjoyment.
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Featured Product:
Make your own ring
Customized rings are a hot new item that you can make in the woodworking shop. With the help of your lathe, you can make a very creative gift that is as unique as the person who will be wearing it! 
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Tegs Tools
Home Improvement:
Mill-it-yourself handrail 
Simple tools and techniques for routing this traditional architectural feature will make it too simple not to try.
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Shop jig:
Flush trim router jig
When working with sheet stock, thick solid wood edge banding will give you greater design flexibility than thin commercially available iron-on veneer tape. Use this jig and your router to trim edge banding flush with the surface of your sheet stock.
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Win a CNC
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Featured Product:
CHILL P-TEC 8400 wood repair paste 
P-TEC 8400 is the ideal product to use for repairing damaged wood, filling cracks, knots and voids, and stabilizing soft or rotten wood. 
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Meet the Maker:
Reed Hansuld
Toronto, Ontario furniture maker Reed Hansuld on creating movement using straight lines, trusting your eyeballs and why he never meets half his customers. 
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