A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions primarily focused on 90 degree angles and how to realize them with accuracy.
for questions dealing with whether something will collapse. For questions dealing with dimensional stability use the [moisture] tag.
The tools and techniques surrounding the process of coloring the wood while maintaining the appearance of the grain.
The process of using steam to soften wood to bend it into shapes.
Places to store tools and wood, how, when, where.
Use for Questions where the strength of the materials and/or the overall design is of primary importance.
Preparing a surface for a final finishing.
Use for all aspects of table making and all types and sizes of table.
About uses and techniques, features to look for etc.
Use for any Question regarding tabletops, including creation and maintenance.
How to accomplish a task, good and safe ways, and faster simpler ways to do the same thing.
Use where you need help with finding, defining or explaining terms used in woodworking for tools or techniques.
when asking questions about wood that has been heated to very high temperatures short of ignition.
Machine to make the faces of a board or panel parallel, flat and to the desired thickness.
The family of measurements that encompass whether a piece is square, plumb, proud or shy, even or straight. Essentially, is the finished product an accurate production based on the planned project.
For when you need help identifying what a particular tool is.
Maintaining tools, when, how, what.
the repair of tools used in woodworking
What tools to use, how to use them and when.
When you are not sure what tools would best suit a particular application or project. (Please note that this tag should not be used for tool purchasing recommendations, as purchasing recommendations a…
For questions about material safety, potential toxicity, and minimizing pollution.
Generally tools and techniques used before the advent of common power tools.
The finishing touches to a project to hide joinery and add visual appeal (includes window trim and baseboards)