October 16, 2017
There are dozens of clever and often complex ways to join two pieces of wood and each has its advantages and disadvantages. But nothing supplants the humble screw.
October 11, 2017
Standard-sized mats are readily available and very affordable, but if you're using non-standard materials or framing non-standard-sized artwork, you're going to need to cut your own mat and glass
October 5, 2017
If you're painting a cabinet, medium-density fiberboard is hard to beat
September 27, 2017
ZipFlex, a laminated shell material brings sparkle to your work
The key to success for Michael Cullen is mastering the splined miter
Low-profile clamps and blue tape combine to eliminate buckling during the glue-up.
Even the smallest chisel you can buy is sometimes too big for inlay and stringing, so make your own, using jeweler’s files for the blades.
September 25, 2017
Crosscutting an 8/4 maple board can be an exercise in frustration, but with proper technique it can be done consistently and accurately
September 18, 2017
What you need—and need to know— once you’ve built the picture frame
August 30, 2017
When building his round bistro table, professional woodworker Ray Finan needed to address a pretty typical problem: how to make the best use of his stock. His bistro table's design…
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