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From Rob's Bench:

Are you serious, Rob?

Coat the Baseboards
In last week’s column I admitted I had a problem finishing projects. I heard from a few of you, and it turns out I’m not the only one with this affliction.
Free Plan:

Router bit cabinet

Router bit cabinet
Without them your router is an expensive paperweight, so protect your investment in high-quality bits by storing them in this elegant wall cabinet.
Skill Builder:

Bent lamination

Bent Lamination
Bent laminating is an easily acquired skill that will open up new avenues for expressing your woodworking creativity.
Tool Review:

Bosch cordless brushless track saw

Bosch GKT18V-20GCL Track Saw
For a professional-level plunge saw that's easy to use and delivers consistently accurate, repeatable cuts, check out the Bosch GKT18V.

Win a Shaper Origin

Win a Shaper Origin
Shaper Origin is an easy-to-use handheld CNC router that brings digital precision to the craft of woodworking.  
Wood to Know:

Bog oak

Bog oak is one of the rarest woods in the world. Each piece of bog oak has a singular life history, driven by a process of fossilization, interrupted by an act of discovery.
Featured Product:

King Canada KC-5100NS jobsite saw delivers

King Canada KC-5100NS
For DIYers, renovators and carpenters who don’t work exclusively in a workshop and for hobbyist woodworkers with small workshops.
Home Improvement:

Install a plywood floor

When you need a cost-effective flooring solution but still want the character of wide planks, consider a quality plywood for the job.
Top 10:

Top 10 dust collection tips

Top 10 dust collection tips
Unless you’re using only hand tools and don’t sand any of your surfaces, you’re creating dust in your workshop.
Studio Profile:

A cozy space for studio furniture

Studio Furniture
A lot can be done in a small shop if you have the right mindset. Have at look at how West Coast studio furniture maker Jason Klager deals with his friendly confines. 
Readers' Photos:

Show us your work

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There are a lot of talented Canadian hobbyist and professional woodworkers out there. Send us a photo - we'll post it in our readers' gallery.
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