Wood-working is both a time-honored vocation and pastime for thousands of people, and Woodworker's Central website is designed to provide a source of online information on a wide array of subjects related to this activity. First started in 1997, the site currently contains forums where fellow woodworkers can share reviews of tools (contained in the Tool Survey section), search for articles on woodworking plans, and read the Woodworker's Gazette, which contains reviews of woodworking books and helpful hints submitted by visitors to the site. The site also contains a section on compound miters and an InfoExchange area where visitors can exchange questions and responses to a host of probing questions, such as how to build a stereo rack out of maple or how to construct a bowl out of bark.


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