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December 18, 2012
Sure, you can ease the edges of furniture parts with a block plane or even sandpaper, but a router table can tackle multiple parts a lot faster.
July 26, 2012
Beautiful patterns, dozens of wood species and grain varieties, and not too much money. These are just three reasons why making a veneered tabletop appeals to many woodworkers. In this…
July 24, 2012
Learn how to cut your own plywood edging for perfect grain and color matches.
May 31, 2012
Learn an easy method for drawing parallel curved lines
July 28, 2011
How you break the edges can make or break your projects
December 9, 2010
Tablesaw sled creates facets, and a bit of sanding finishes the job
July 19, 2007
Learn how to clean up a round tabletop edge with a spokeshave and apply a chamfer on the router table
December 14, 2006
Learn to shape table edges, lipped doors, and more using a router, shaper, and hand tools in this excerpt from 'The Complete Illustrated Guide to Shaping Wood'
November 1, 2006
A V-groove with matching solid-wood edging is a durable solution for disguising a plywood edge
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