Pro Woodworking Tips.com
Introduction to Woodworking
Woodworking For Beginners
Woodworking is a skill that can be learned by anyone with an interest in it.
You don't need to be born with any special skills. (I certainly wasn't).
The woodworking tips found in this site cover the many aspects of
wooodworking, from basic tool descriptions to advanced tips and techniques. It is possible, armed only with the information on this site to
become an expert woodworker.
Learning the Basics of Woodworking
If you concentrate initially on basic hand tool use, cabinet design and construction techniques,
and have the patience to develop these skills you're almost guaranteed to succeed. All of the skills needed can be
mastered with repetition. You don't need to take a three year course at North Bennet Street School. (although that
would be nice to do).
We believe results really are completely dependent on your desire. If you are unwilling to
settle for poor results, the projects you create can and will be on par with the professionals. We have seen
beginner woodworkers doing spectacular projects, simply because they weren't willing to settle for mediocre
With just a desire, and a few tools, and you'll be on your way to creating, not only beautiful
projects, but a mental library of woodworking tips to draw from for your next project. Each project you create, you
will learn new methods to increase you accuracy and speed.
As the inventors of the ezee-feed systems, we have the opportunity to travel to woodworking shows and events, where we meet
professional and amateur woodworkers on a regular basis. In the course of these meetings, we get to talk to some
very nice, helpful people. We talk to them as much as we can, and we learn from them.
Joining woodworking forums and clubs is a great way to learn
and share tips with common interests. My favorite forum is www.lumberjocks.com . Here
you'll find non judgemental people who love woodworking, and are very happy to help in any way they can, with no
petty disputes found in so many forums. It is a fast growing family of woodworkers from evey walk of
I've also joined "Veneeringforum," and would like you to join me in the conversation.
Much of woodworking is common sense, so approach each project with a can do attitude. It is
all to easy to over complicate things. Communicating with other woodworkers can help you overcome any
Above all, keep safety foremost in your
Written by: Lee A. Jesberger copyright © 2006 - 2013
Inventor of: Ezee-Feed Systems ®