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Mens Valet Box With Phone Charging And Hidden Compartments, Texas Cedar Elm

Men's Valet Box With Phone Charging And Hidden Compartments, Texas Cedar Elm

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Pictured is what I refer to as a Hybrid this is my own design in which I've combined bandsaw box with Mitered splined joinery, the inner part of the box is a bandsaw box and the outter is mitered, it...

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Fight Physics with Lapped Dovetails

Fight Physics with Lapped Dovetails

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Sometimes a mortise-and-tenon just isn't strong enough

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Reed Tansu

Reed Tansu

Commissioned in 2012 by client for private residence in Maryland. Although initial inspiration came from more traditional Tansu cabinets, some would say I have used the term incorrectly, I retained...

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Latest workbench - Puget Sound Woodworking class project

Latest workbench - Puget Sound Woodworking class project

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This is a student project here at Puget Sound Woodworking.  Workbenches are a regular thing here.  Enjoy!

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Behold, the Speed Tenon

Behold, the Speed Tenon

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Is this the world's fastest tenon? Is this technique safe enough for the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine?

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Easy Tip for Tighter Mortise-and-Tenon Joints

Easy Tip for Tighter Mortise-and-Tenon Joints

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This simple technique takes only a minute to perform, yet it will greatly improve the fit of your mortise-and-tenon joinery.

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Make Your Own Dowels

Make Your Own Dowels

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Don't bother with store-bought sticks. Making your own dowels is quick and easy and uses up those shop scraps.

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How to Cut Tenons on the Bandsaw

How to Cut Tenons on the Bandsaw

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Team up your tablesaw and bandsaw to cut precise tenons quickly

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Workbench clamp for perfect dovetails

Workbench clamp for perfect dovetails

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A simple shop-made clamp makes it easy to hold work in place for chopping dovetails.

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Fitting drawers to a crooked table

Fitting drawers to a crooked table

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I borrowed a trick from curved table construction to fit drawer runners to a table with a bowed apron.

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Bending Dovetails

Bending Dovetails

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OK, so I'm not technically "bending" these dovetails, but I've come up with a quick trick to fool the eye.

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Design walnut table

Design walnut table

For my second woodworking project I was inspired by a Design furniture store in town. I built this walnut table using 6/4" boards. To maintain a slick look the table does not have a skirt nor...

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Spring Joints: An Edge Glue-Ups Best Friend

Spring Joints: An Edge Glue-Up's Best Friend

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For truly solid edge joints, try putting a little spring in your boards' step.

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Some Hand Cut Tenons

Some Hand Cut Tenons

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Today is the 1st day of my 2nd fortnight of blogging...If you are curious what sort of antics I am up to... http://extremelyaverageone.blogspot.com/2010/01/i-have-just-two-questions.html

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Fred: A Joint by Hank Gilpin

Fred: A Joint by Hank Gilpin

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Take a look at this innovative trestle table joint that does the work of a wedged through tenon but is much easier to make

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Tuscan trestle table ( Toscana tabella per la cucina di Pinzone )

Tuscan trestle table ( Toscana tabella per la cucina di Pinzone )

I just finished a Tuscan trestle table for a friend’s small Italian restaurant, and thought you might be interested in it. -made from old salvaged attic floor timbers (from his brothers...

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Shooting Board

Shooting Board

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A shooting board is invaluable for precise work. Here's a simple, effective approach.

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Readers Respond to Our Joinery Shoot Out

Readers Respond to Our Joinery Shoot Out

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Analytical minds want to know: How valid was our joinery shoot out? Share your thoughts and read feedback from readers and forum members.

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Cocobola Maple Conundrum

Cocobola Maple Conundrum

This puzzle box uses the basic beginning of a Turkish puzzle box, but incorporates a dual set of matching, 3 tumbler combination locks. Both sets of locks were turned from a single piece of rosewood...

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Oak keepsake box.

Oak keepsake box.

This is an oak keepsake box I made in 2003 for my mother-in-law. Unfortunately she passed away before it was finished. I gave it to my father-in-law to keep memories of his special ladyDimensions...

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