The latest issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement is focused on routers and has not one, not two, but three of my articles in it.
I had fun challenging myself to put together ten Simple Router Improvements, and executing those ideas.
Also in the issue is a short article I wrote about Router Collets which may be the least exciting but most important part of a router.
My third article that appears in this issue is something that may be a woodworking innovation. Having it in my shop has been a huge convenience and time saver. The compact router table features three routers, each carefully set up with a specific router bit so I can just walk up to the table and use it with perfect results. Check out the article to learn how to Build a Triple Router Table.
2 thoughts on “Three Articles Published in February/March Issue of Canadian Woodworking”
Thanks, Chris. I’m so happy as I started following you here.
Due to the corona virus pandemic, people are getting nervous. In this situation, Do you think the woodworking industry getting more profits by working at home?
I know that there has been a significant increase in home renovations, and tools and supplies to make renovations happen, so I’d have to say that the pandemic is increasing the amount of woodworking being done.