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Biscuit shaped connector for RTA furniture

Biscuit shaped connector for RTA furniture

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Lamello's Clamex makes it easy to build and assemble flat-pack furniture.

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What is this Tool?

What is this Tool?

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Think you know your hand planes? The first reader to correctly identify this plane wins a free book.

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Book Review: Creating a Fine Art Entry Table

Book Review: "Creating a Fine Art Entry Table"

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For straightforward advice on how to build an inspiring entry table, Robert Ortiz comes to the rescue.

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Why Yes, I am a Dandy Woodworker

Why Yes, I am a Dandy Woodworker

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A reader sent us a letter complaining about the cover of Fine Woodworking #205. He thinks that the bloke pictured, me, is a dandy and not an accurate representation of woodworkers.

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Know how to build a box? Enter this new challenge!

Know how to build a box? Enter this new challenge!

Epilog Laser teams up with WIRED magazine for a quirky new challenge inspired by director JJ Abrams.

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Making a Windsor Settee Arm/Crest Rail

Making a Windsor Settee Arm/Crest Rail

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I'm continuing my repertoire of Windsor chairs by adding a two-seat, low-back Settee. This one from Connecticut, circa 1820. As usual I start with the design in SketchUp and found a unique situation...

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Spalt Your Own Lumber: Fungus of the month - Dead Mans Finger and Turkey Tail (part II)

Spalt Your Own Lumber: Fungus of the month - Dead Man's Finger and Turkey Tail (part II)

See the photos that accompany part I on locating Dead Man's Finger and Turkey Tail.

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Video: Spalt Your Own Lumber: Fungus of the month - Dead Mans Finger and Turkey Tail (part I)

Video: Spalt Your Own Lumber: Fungus of the month - Dead Man's Finger and Turkey Tail (part I)

Learn how to quickly locate Dead Man's Finger and Turkey Tail, the two most prolific zone line producing fungi.

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Build an Interior Door: Part 2 - The Panel

Build an Interior Door: Part 2 - The Panel

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In part two of this blog, we build the panels, insert, and complete the interior door

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Reader Says Mythbusters Missed on Hammer Strikes

Reader Says Mythbusters Missed on Hammer Strikes

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Debate continues on the hazards of striking a hammer on hardened steel

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Shipping furniture- a happy ending

Shipping furniture- a happy ending

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How to ship furniture across the country

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Switchback Bookcase Wins Our Challenge

Switchback Bookcase Wins Our Challenge

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Dovetail joints and a whimsical design earned this bookcase a place at the top.

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My $15.00 Shaving Horse

My $15.00 Shaving Horse

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Making a shaving horse doesn't have to be an expensive or time consuming project.

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UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Jointer and Planer Secrets by Hendrik Varju

UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Jointer and Planer Secrets by Hendrik Varju

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See who won a copy of Jointer and Planer Secrets

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Building a Banjo

Building a Banjo

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photos of jigs and processes for building a banjo

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Adding Details

Adding Details

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In the previous blog post, Tim shows how he added some amazing detail to a SketchUp model of a cornice for a bookcase he built. Adding these sorts of details in a SketchUp model can be very useful in...

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Some Turnings are Just More Difficult

Some Turnings are Just More Difficult

I was working with an 18th Century Mahogany Bookcase that includes this complex cornice. There are a number of components in this cornice assembly including the small turned pendants. The pendants...

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Setting up shop: Machine number two.

Setting up shop: Machine number two.

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Which should be the second machine acquisition for your new shop? Here is one woodworker's opinion.

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Placing Components

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Recently I've fielded several questions about how to accurately place components in a model. There's a lot of value in making and saving components of things you'll reuse such as drawer pulls...

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No More Tipping Trim Router

No More Tipping Trim Router

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Trim routers are great tools, but the base is so narrow that they have the tendancy to tip over when milling edges. While one hand holds the router itself and steers, there is not much room to grab...

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