How one pro heads off tearout at every pass
A step-by-step process unlocks your creativity
Use it to break down rough stock, but get furniture-quality cuts, too
Get sturdy joints without compromising your design
Choose the right one for the job and get great results
Inspired by a local flower, the natural curves of this table make it a California original
How to get the most from this trusty tool
Router jig simplifies a challenging joint
Tall cabinet stands need help down below
Q:I like the technique Marc Adams uses to cut accurate miters on a crosscut sled ("How to Cut Precise Joints on the Tablesaw," FWW #235), but I noticed that there…
Q:I’m about to replace my 6-in. jointer with a larger one and wonder whether I should get one with a segmented cutterhead. Any advice? Conrad Dean, Prescott, AZ A: Segmented…
Q:I recently used an older can of satin varnish, but there was a paste-like layer on the bottom of the can. What is it? Does it mean that the varnish…
See how a pair of bandsaw jigs helped Michael Fortune turn a rough log into decorative wedges that he used to provide a stepped surface for drawer fronts on a…
Michael Fortune turns gnarly logs into parts fit for furniture.
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