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February 8, 2017
Router jig simplifies complex chair joinery
6 techniques to keep drawers flush year-round
Tackle the inlaid head- and footboard of Kevin Rodel’s Arts and Crafts bed. The design is based on Glasgow-style motifs and requires several templates for the curved channels and the…
David Fisher carves bowls from green wood in a snug, unplugged shop in Pennsylvania. He takes as much pleasure in the process as he does in the finished pieces. The hand…
February 6, 2017
This joint combines the beauty of a miter with the strength of a bridle joint. Chris Gochnour demonstrates how to lay out and cut the mitered bridle joint, which is…
February 2, 2017
Through repeated sharpening of the bevel, the front flat on the back of a Japanese plane blade will begin to disappear. The solution is to tap the layer of soft steel above the cutting edge to press the hard steel downward slightly.
January 10, 2017
In this video, Bob Van Dyke shows you how he flattens a board that many would consider too warped to use
December 16, 2016
Tom McKenna shows you how to make a simple but sturdy plywood box or tray using a v-groove bit in the router table and some blue tape
December 14, 2016
Part furniture maker, part illustrator, Duncan Gowdy's carvings are a signature that makes his work unique
December 2, 2016
Sometimes we need a break from the noise and dust of machine work. Take a quiet moment and watch as Mike Pekovich assembles a beautiful kumiko panel.
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