Tim Arnold has always loved woodworking. A close family member kept encouraging him to take a box making class at Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. When he finally did, Tim immediately found his true passion! Not long after that, he said goodbye to the corporate world and has enjoyed making Shaker oval boxes using traditional methods and modern designs for many years. We’re excited to show you some of Tim’s creative work and box making techniques at his workshop in Nashville, Tennessee!
Cutting thin strips has always been a problem! Popular Woodworking Magazine Editor Andrew Zoellner shares the skinny on cutting thin, consistent strips safely on a table saw.
The Bora Centipede really has legs! See why this portable workstand is a great support system for woodworkers on the move!
These stories and more – this time on Highland Woodworker!