Beginner Woodworking Tips to Accelerate Your Skills

Tip 1: Use a plug cutter to create matching or contrasting plugs for face joints, adding a professional touch to your woodworking projects.

Tip 2: Use blue tape instead of double sided tape for repeatable patterns, templates, and more. This will save tons of time and money. 

Tip 3: Improve table top glue-ups by using a simple technique that accounts for jointer imperfections and creates a perfect joint.

Tip 4: Employ blue tape for layout purposes, making it easier to visualize and execute cuts, such as mortises and dovetails.

Tip5: Enhance sanding results by connecting a shop vac to your random orbit sander for effective dust removal, and use a light source to detect swirl marks and achieve a better finish.

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