June 7, 2018
I cut tails first when dovetailing, and I find it tricky to align the tail board precisely over the pin board when transferring the layout from one to the other.…
May 24, 2018
The rabbet joint is a useful joint to know. Here, hand-tool expert Vic Tesolin shows three ways to cut one by hand—with a rabbet plane, with a shoulder plane, and with a chisel and router plane.
May 8, 2018
Woodworking experts Gary Rogowski, Garrett Hack, Roland Johnson, and others share their tips for success in this roundup of videos and articles from the Fine Woodworking archives
April 2, 2018
Whether it's for bed hardware or floating tenons, mortising long boards isn't easy
March 20, 2018
Quick jig produces clean joints with hidden power
March 15, 2018
To make precise, clearly visible marks on dark or coarse-grained woods, I lay down a piece of white artist’s tape first, and mark on that. It’s a low-tack tape, similar…
March 14, 2018
For Duncan Gowdy, the L-tenon miter joint allows for more straightforward assembly than typical splined miter joints
February 7, 2018
The strength and style of finger joints come easy with the straightforward sled
December 7, 2017
The strength and style of box joints with some extra design options
December 1, 2017
I recently invented a jig that makes great through-dovetails on the bandsaw—both pins and tails. It cuts the cheeks and also lets you remove some of the waste, leaving just…
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