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Make a Splined-Miter Picture Frame Without Clamps

Make a Splined-Miter Picture Frame Without Clamps

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Using string and wooden blocks to clamp miters makes it easy to align corners too- unlike traditional clamps.

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Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

Oneida Air Systems Awards Woodworking Students

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Two students receive the OAS Future Craftsmen Scholarship.

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Easy handles for a sliding doors

Easy handles for a sliding doors

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I like sliding doors and lids, partly because I get to make this nice handle in one simple step on the tablesaw.

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What hand tools cant you live without?

What hand tools can't you live without?

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While building a travel tool chest I had to make a hard desicion about which hand tools would make the cut. I'll tell you what I settled on, but I want to know which tools would end up in your tool chest.

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Avoid Twisted Doors in Your Furniture Projects

Avoid Twisted Doors in Your Furniture Projects

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If your frame-and-panel doors are turning out twisted despite a flush, plumb joint between the door and cabinet side, check your joinery

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Shaker chimney cupboard questions?

Shaker chimney cupboard questions?

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If you have any questions about the recent Shaker chimney cupboard video workshop, post them here and I'll be happy to answer them.

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A Better Way to Fit Mitered Trim

A Better Way to Fit Mitered Trim

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Faced with installing lots of mitered molding on doors for a built-in project, I came up with a technique for fast, perfect results.

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Evolving a Design in SketchUp

Evolving a Design in SketchUp

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When beginning a new design, I plan on saving several SketchUp versions as the project develops. I will start with a "1" after the filename, and continue with "2, 3, 4, 5…. etc." when changing...

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Williamsburg, Day 2: Mind-Blowing 3-Way Miter Joint

Williamsburg, Day 2: Mind-Blowing 3-Way Miter Joint

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Andrew Hunter continued his exploration of Asian tools and techniques with a mind-blowing three-way miter that he cuts surprisingly simply with a mix of power and hand tools.

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Making a Bevel-edged Panel

Making a Bevel-edged Panel

Last week I showed my method of modeling the frame for a small cupboard paneled door. The frame consisted of the stiles and rails fastened with through mortise and tenon joints. It is a classic...

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Walnut and Cherry Cabinet

Walnut and Cherry Cabinet

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Small wall mounted cabinet, walnut and cherry. Mounts to wall with french cleat.

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Built-in Buildoff Update

Built-in Buildoff Update

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As we near the finish line in our mudroom buildoff between woodworker and carpenter, the differences in working methods are becoming more and more apparent.

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Williamsburg show: Roy Underhill builds unique Jefferson bookstand

Williamsburg show: Roy Underhill builds unique Jefferson bookstand

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A few year's ago on his PBS show, the Woodright built the same Jefferson bookstand he recently demonstrated at Colonial Willamburg's Working Wood in the 18th Century conference, and you can watch that TV episode for free.

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Boxmakers Who Think Outside the Box

Boxmakers Who Think Outside the Box

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Check out boxes from around the globe at the Messler Gallery in Rockport, Maine

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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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New euro-style cabinet hinges have soft-close feature built in

New euro-style cabinet hinges have soft-close feature built in

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With the soft-close mechanism tucked inside the hinge cup, Clip top Blumotion hinges provide an uncluttered look, but they won't be available till this time next year.

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Flexibility with Cross Sections

Flexibility with Cross Sections

I don't use a lot of cross-sections in my design documents, but occasionally I find them extremely effective. They are particularly useful where it is difficult, with normal visualizations, to see...

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Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed

Arts and Crafts Style Panel Bed

Watch as John W. Nixon from Eagle Lake Woodworking builds an Arts and Crafts style panel bed from quartersawn white oak using frame and panel construction, and through mortise and tenon joinery.

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Building an Interior Door: Part One - The Frame

Building an Interior Door: Part One - The Frame

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A Graphic Journey through the construction of an interior door for a contemporary home

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My Next Project

My Next Project

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A basic cabinet provides an excuse to try out an old handplane

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