Online extras from FWW issue #277 Video: A Deeper Look at Pull Saws You probably know that Japanese saws cut on the pull stroke. But there’s more to them. In…
Chris Gochnour explains how he installs side-hung drawers, from routing the dadoes in the case sides to making the runners to using spacers for a perfect fit
Philip Morley, Libby Schrum, and Kris Burns give their insights into how they designed a modern lounge chair, including the critical details they included and the personal details they added to the iconic Mid-Century style
Chris Gochnour's sideboard combines usefulness, strength, and beauty in a contemporary case piece
We take a look at the Bosch GKF12V-25N 12V MAX EC, DeWalt DCW600B 20V MAX XR, Makita XTRO1Z 18V LXT, Ridgid R86044B, Ryobi P601 18V ONE+
It may be noisy. It may be dusty. But in a pro shop like Chris Becksvoort's, where time is money, it's hard to beat the belt sander for producing great results quickly.
Craig Thibodeau demonstrates how to get a durable, beautiful edge and a flawless fit
How to use riven stock, wet/dry joinery, and natural hickory bark
How the nonprofit GreenWood helped bring woodturning skills and bicycle-powered lathes into Honduras, sparking the creation of some 600 mallets that will be sold by Lee Valley. It's just one…
Curtis Buchanan builds his "democratic chair" with the bare minimum of inexpensive tools and materials with surfaces directly from the drawknife, embellished with a bit of milk paint
Template routing is easier and more accurate when you do the initial trimming on the bandsaw using this guide pin.
LED book light makes an inexpensive accessory for a trim router
A piece of MDF and two inexpensive tool-storage magnets, clamped in a vise, holds blades tightly while filing.
Digital angle cube resting on top of a handplane that spans the width of a board can be an effective way to judge milling progress.
The magnetic base of a dial indicator serves as a movable, lockable stop to make crosscutting safer.
Works great on any cast-iron surface, including bandsaw, router table, and tablesaw.
A file can be a substitute for paring with a chisel. Flat side of a half-round file makes the surfaces smooth and helps joint slide together.
Ben Strano takes a close look at Rockler's clever stow-and-go router table
Castle 100 pocket-hole machine
Joiner's Work by Peter Follansbee
Tim Rousseau takes a look at this unique featherboard designed to help resaw at the bandsaw
Anissa Kapsales tests some ingenious dust ports that promise to make dust collection a little easier
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