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This past week my local woodworker’s guild had the opportunity to visit Woodsmith magazine and Wood magazine studies, both in Des Moines, IA. At Woodsmith, our host was Logan Wittmer, assoc. editor. Phil Huber, multimedia editor, also spent much time with us when we toured their video studio. While we were at the Wood magazine facilities, we were hosted by Sr. Editor, David Campbell. We were able to see their video and photo studios, product work shops along with many of the past and future edition projects. The day ended with a visit to the Des Moines Woodsmith store. This store is large and has many tools on display along with having large lumber and finishes departments. Danl Woodsmith hosts Logan and Phil Woodsmith video studio Woodsmith photo shoot studio Woodsmith project work shop Wood magazine past projects Wood magazine project work shop Wood Magazine gallery Wood Magazine photo shoot studio Woodsmith Store
This week's Woodsmith's e-Tips has a pretty cool and resourceful idea IMO for a "poor man's" panel saw or an occasional user anyways. Of course the caveat is you do need a garage door. I usually select the Printer Friendly Version function, then Save As a PDF Woodsmith e-Tip Panel Saw
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