Fast Fix: Make Your Own Plywood Edging
Learn how to cut your own plywood edging for perfect grain and color matches.
When it comes to built-in furniture, lots of craftsmen turn to high-quality veneered plywood for carcase construction, shelving, or both. And while edging the exposed core with hardwood strips is certainly an option, sometimes all that’s needed is a strip of thin veneer to hide the plys. Factory-made plywood edging is easy to find in any home center but even if you find the appropriate species to match your plywood, there’s no guarantee that the grain patterns and color will match. In this Fast Fix video, learn how to cut plywood edging straight off your workpieces, for a color and grain match that can’t be beat. Watch Past Episodes Shopmade Miter Clamping JigSpring Loaded Drawer StopCustom Clamping CaulsSafer End-Grain RoutingSharpening Stone Jig Hinged Stop BlockStop Planer SnipeCustom Router Bit DrawerDouble-sided Router FenceBreadboard Ends JigShelf Pin Drilling Jig Have a great trick up your sleeve that might make for a Fast Fix? Be sure to upload it into our Jigs Gallery. Plus, browse through past episodes of Fast Fix and learn a whole host of time and money-saving tips & tricks.