Recently there was a discussion on one of the woodworking forums in which the original poster was looking for an efficient way to draw dadoes for dividers used to create cubbies or pigeon holes...
Chairmaker Brian Boggs relies on razor-sharp tools to build his chairs efficiently. In this video he demonstrates his method for sharpening without a honing guide.
I recently used some basic carpentry skills to help out the summer camps that gave so much to me as a young person. There are lots of opportunities like this around the country.
Ten questions for Maine furniture maker and Fine Woodworking contributor Tim Rousseau
Furniture maker and woodworking instructor Tim Rousseau covers the basics of frame and carcass mitered joinery
Last time I showed a new project for our woodworking class - A Writing Arm Chair. This week I'm showing a second new project for class - A Greene & Greene Bedside Table. It shows many of the standard...
Using string and wooden blocks to clamp miters makes it easy to align corners too- unlike traditional clamps.
Exact replica of historic 20-ft. dining table owned by Martin Van Buren
Once you've got the SketchUp model for your project detailed, you might be ready to head off to the shop. But maybe you'd like to know how much wood you'll need and how large the various parts are...
Our fabled "Ask a Rocket Scientist" segment returns as we pay homage to a super-sharp Fine Woodworking reader
That scrawny little table that came with your drill press just isn't going to cut it
Next week our woodworking classes begin their Fall session. I'm working up a new chair design for the class, a Windsor Writing Arm Chair. I found this beautiful piece in a book by John Kassay, "The...
Handmade wooden bowls crafted in the heart of America's last frontier.
Drawing multiple openings for things such as divided light windows and doors, face frame grids or the latticework on the doors of this antique Chinese cabinet can be a very tedious process. Maybe...
This week we get a live report on new tools and machinery at the International Woodworking Fair, plus our tips on getting a serious start in furniture making.
Get the scoop on the latest tool and machinery releases from General International, SawStop, Triton, Lee Valley, and more!
The Wharton Esherick Museum, just outside Philadelphia, preserves the amazing house and studio of this forefather of the studio furniture movement, just as he left them when he died in 1970. For furnituremakers, it is a must see.
Last time I introduced the Coffin and its complex angles. I showed the early design process of the model, and developed the bottom shape, the Foot End and the Side. I explained that the design should...
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