The Woodworkings Shows


Richard Wedler

The Micro Fence System has been developed by noted woodworker Richard Wedler, who has been making custom cabinets and furniture for over 40 years. The first foundation piece of the system, the Micro Fence Edge-Guide, was the solution to straight-line and circular routing application problems that Richard confronted in his own commissioned work. Rich has continued the development of the Micro Fence System to include the Portable Three-Axis Mill Plunge Base, Circle Jigs, Ellipse Jigs, the Micro Stop, Vacuum Clamping equipment and most recently the Micro Plunge Base. HIs goal has always been to build the highest quality and most useful tools possible that offer solutions to woodworking problems. Rich is constantly researching and developing new products to make the Micro Fence System the benchmark for precision woodworking tools.

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Show Schedule

Houston, TX
Costa Mesa. CA
Sacramento, CA
Portland, OR
Denver, CO
Baltimore, MD
W. Springfield, MA
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, MO
Columbus, OH
St. Louis, MO
Somerset, NJ
Atlanta, GA
Milwaukee, WI
Tampa, FL

Session Times & Descriptions


Friday - 1PM, Saturday - 11AM, Sunday - 10:30AM
You'll learn a wide variety of router techniques including basic joinery, hardware installation, architectural detailing and the elements of successful routing operations. Topics including bit selection, speeds/feeds and depth of cut are covered. You'll hear some of the tips and tricks accumulated over forty plus years of Rich's high end furniture- building career. A must for anyone interested in the finer details of routing.

INLAYS MADE EASY: At the Micro Fence Booth

Friday - 3:30PM, Saturday - 3PM, Sunday - 1:30PM
Learn about the various types of inlay used in furniture and cabinetry as well as tips and installation techniques. We'll offer discussion on working with a variety of inlays including planning, cutting installing and finishing. Discover how precision inlay techniques can bring added value and beauty to your projects.

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