- Video: Joining Veneer End to End
Hide an obvious end-grain seam with a swallow-tail veneer joint
- Video: Quick and Dependable Veneer Patch
Use a carving gouge to create small veneer patches for voids and imperfections
- Maryland Furniture Maker Named Best New Artist
Len Dougherty takes top prize at Philadelphia Furniture and Furnishings Show for intricate veneer work
- Enhance Furniture With Crossbanding
Veneered border enhances many kinds of furniture
- All About Veneering and Inlay
- Video: Preparing to Veneer MDF
Learn why this stable material makes a great core for veneered panels
- Video: Veneering MDF
Learn the basic steps to veneering surfaces and edges
- Working with Burl Veneer
Custom furniture maker Scott Grove explains how he flattens burl veneer sheets and patches imperfections with a veneer punch or a hand-made template. He also details ...
- Traditional Hammer Veneering
When it comes to applying veneer, many woodworkers lean toward higher-tech procedures such as veneer presses, vacuum bags, and clamps and cauls. Yet with a relatively ...
- Stringing and Banding Made Easy
Dan Faia explains how simple tools and methods can help you embellish your furniture with stringing and banding. Its less difficult than it appears, and he shows ...
- Decorative Veneering
A few basic cutting and assembly techniques help vanquish the fear of working with veneer. Learn principles to help in your next project, including appropriate ...
- Smooth Tambours
Mike Weiss explains how to rip tambour slats with minimal kerf loss and without interrupting the wood grain. He advises creating a drawing of the project first ...
- Bandsaw Your Own Veneer
Shop-sawn veneer offers the stability of commercial veneer and a measure of flexibility that is missing from its commercial cousin. The bandsaw is the essential ...
- Veneering an Ellipse
Veneering the oval in the center of the serpentine apron on Sheraton-style tables that John M. Van Buren was building created a technical challenge. He explains ...
- Curved Table Aprons
Bruce Peterson likes to find production methods that save time but don’t sacrifice quality. The tables he shows here have simple joinery, and he laminated layers ...