Sometimes the best jigs are the simplest.
With five pieces of wood and a clamp, you can make vertical cuts safely.
Our seven-part series on routers concludes with a chapter devoted to a number of the expert-level functions you can perform with your router.
Ripping and routing small pieces doesn't have to be dangerous or difficult.
A simple method to draw large arcs without knowing the radius, and a reliable no-math method of finding the center and radius of an arc.
You don't need fancy tools or a special machine to create a traditional joint.
A straightforward guide.
This jig carries its share of work while increasing the usefulness of your table saw.
A joint that was once strictly utilitarian has become a centerpiece of modern design.
An end to the troublesome task of trimming solid-wood edging.
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