Using the back edge of the bandsaw blade to pivot through curves leads to less waste and more accurate cuts
Elia Bizzarri shows how to layer black milk paint over red to create a rich, layered look on his Windsor chairs.
Bob Van Dyke demonstrates how he creates a spring joint, making it easier to glue up a flush panel or tabletop that requires only light handplaning or scraping.
Nancy Hiller builds a time-tested and versatile chest originally designed by Ernest Gimson.
Craig Thibodeau demonstrates how to create crossgrain banding that starts on the face of a panel and flows outward, away from center, and over the edge.
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February 5, 2020
Gary Rogowski demonstrates, step by step, four methods for keeping tabletops and wide panels flat.
February 3, 2020
Instead of turning to a router or a shaper, Will Neptune produces various deep, wide coves using the tablesaw.
January 30, 2020
Amy Costello's beautiful boxes feature a stepped-in bottom, which she is able to quickly make with a single setup on the tablesaw.
January 2, 2020
While you are waiting to buy an 8- or 12-in.-wide jointer that can keep up with your planer, Asa Christiana gives you a few great ways to get flat, straight boards without owning a wide jointer.
December 23, 2019
Mike Pekovich demonstrates how you can accurately and consistently taper parts on the jointer.
December 19, 2019
Former Krenov School instructor David Welter demonstrates how to make a wooden spokeshave that will quickly become one of your favorite hand tools.
December 9, 2019
Most of the lessons learned in shop class years ago are still shaping Walter Sivigny's work habits today.
December 4, 2019
In the conclusion of this series, John Coffey gives a brief overview of the different methods he uses when French polishing carved elements.
December 2, 2019
Step away from the tablesaw. Brian Boggs argues that his bandsawn bridle joints are simpler, more efficient, and can be cut entirely without layout.
November 25, 2019
Mike Pekovich has simplified the task of offsetting drawbore holes by using an undersize center punch. In this video, he shows his one-step process.
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