Online extras from FWW issue #278 Video: Michael Fortune’s Design Process Contributing editor Michael Fortune demonstrates his design process step by step, sharing his tips for brainstorming and drawing furniture…
Mike Korsak demonstrates his technique using a two-part bending form and shopmade bead stock from six layers of rosewood veneer
When working on furniture designs, Yuri Kobayashi eschews the sketchbook or computer in favor of modeling in three dimensions
Drawing from his experience as a chair maker, Elia Bizzarri made his one-of-a-kind table light, strong, and graceful
Brian Boggs, a virtuoso of bending wood, explains the basics and far beyond
Chris Becksvoort builds a Shaker classic with minimal materials
Andrew Hunter demonstrates how to cut a scarf joint using hand tools
Daniel Clay demonstrates the Swiss method of chip carving
Thin layers of dye, glazes, and sealers create an aged Arts and Crafts look
Former editor Andy Engel writes a tribute to his friend, former Fine Woodworking editor Bill Duckworth.
Aaron Poritz designs cabinets with tambour doors where the workings of the door remain visible whether it is open or closed. Typical tambour doors disappear from view when opened. These…
This setup solves the problem of vacuum hoses getting in the way when using power tools with dust collection.
Router inlay kit produces perfect mortises for curved hinges.
Chris Gochnour tested four of Rockler's new high-end handplanes–a No. 4 smoothing plane, a low-angle jack plane, a block plane, and a three-in-one shoulder plane.
During the testing, this pair from Grizzly proved its mettle and seemed ideal for DIYers on a budget.
Nano Hone lapping plates feature raised abrasive elements that speed the flattening process by increasing the edges in contact with the waterstone.
Regardless of what Adam Godet threw at Festool’s new Granat Net abrasives, they were more durable, cleaner, and clogged less than conventional sanding disks.
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