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Build Up Your Woodworking Workshop

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Whether you’re planning to build your first workshop or you’re looking for ideas to improve your existing workshop, our new has you covered. It’s a collection of more than 50 articles, videos and free project plans that will help you make the most out of your woodworking shop space.

Free articles, videos and project plans for your shop – https://www.rockler.com/setting-up-a-workshop
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Learn how to go from a cardboard or paper pattern to a more durable and rigid wood template. First of all, when you’re making rigid templates, you’ve got some material choices.

My favorites are 1/4” MDF and 1/4” plywood. Both of these are relatively inexpensive if you mess them up, and sometimes that happens. They have reasonably durable edges, and bright plywood like this makes it really easy to see your layout lines when you’re laying out your template and cutting it out. Don’t make your templates from 3/4” solid wood. It’s harder to cut this out accurately and to refine by sanding.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Good video, but why do all Rockler associated employees talk like they're teaching third graders? Happens in their stores too.

  2. I have always heard it pronounced tem- plits. Not tem- plates. Maybe it’s a regional thing…. going to go check my dictionary

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