Online extras from Issue No. 275 of Fine Woodworking magazine. April 2019
With a good, sharp saw, it’s faster and easier than you may think
It’s common to get furniture design inspiration from the furniture of other designers, but if you want to expand your design horizons, try an alternate approach
Simple bends provide stability and visual flair
Better ways to read grain and make the most of your lumber
A few key techniques handle every letter in the alphabet
Phillip Morley creates a table with subtle lines and details for any home
No-hassle coopering is the core of this low-tech method
This steel wool and vinegar method for ebonizing wood is appropriate whether you want a dark, graphic look or tones of gray, blue, and purple
One son’s reflection on cleaning out his father’s woodshop.
Antique tool dealer Josh Clark shows you what to look for when buying old, rusty handsaws
For extra grip while planing, against a stop, woodworkers have traditionally used toothed, metal hardware that bites into a board’s end grain. Conventional stops are either metal versions mortised into the…
Several months ago in issue #272, I reviewed a collection of 5-in. random-orbit sanders. The Triton TROS125 wasn’t available to us at that time, so when one came into my…
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