Sites you may find interesting:
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Annapolis Woodworkers’ Guild, P.O. Box 6001, Annapolis, MD, 20401
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Clockmaker Ed Stone’s Site *
John Magnan’s Site *
Jerry Rosenberger’s Site *
Master Woodturner Joe Dickey’s Web Site *
Site with basic woodworking instructions and information
Wood working at home magazine web site (Woodworking magazine on DVD)
DonJer Suede-Tex Spray-on-Suede
The Chesapeake Woodturners Web Site
The Howard County Woodwoorkers’ Guild
The Chesapeake Area Metalworking Society Web Site
Washington Woodworkers’ Guild
Potomac Antique Tools and Industries Association (PATINA) Web Site
For those who struggle with finishing, a cornucopia of good, solid information can be found at:
The St. Louis Woodworkers’ Guild
Bill Pentz’s Cyclone Dust Collection Research. Lots of information, including plans for building your own cyclone bases dust collector.
Clear Vue Cyclones – Cyclone dust collector system built to Bill Pentz design
The Woodworkers’ Internet Resource Center
This site has good information about veneering with plans and parts list for building your own vacuum press and making vacuum bags.
This is a supplier of vacuum clamping kits that can be used for various wood working functions. Miller Vacuum Clamping
This is a local (Annapolis area) farm with a sawmill that sells lumber
This is a wood supply business with domestic and imported woods from around the world. They offer a special feature for people to give as gifts to a woodworker. Instead of tools, it is a ‘wood of the month’ club and this page explains it.
This site provides a worldwide search of any kind of wood and this site will give you sources from which to buy it. It also has many links to other sites of interest.
Another supplier of wood including domestic, imported, plywood, and veneers is located in New York City.
This is the Scrollsaw Association of the World site that has lots of good information including plans for building your own scroll saw.
This is another resource site with tool and book reviews, discussion forums, electronic newsletter, and more.
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The AAW, American Association of Woodturners, is an international, nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of woodturning. Our mission is to provide education and information to those interested in turning wood.
Woodturning Online is a comprehensive web site dedicated to providing
information and resources to wood turners worldwide.
Looking for Plans?? Zigans Woodcrafts your online plans store.
Site with lots of free woodworking plans organized alphabetically.
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