An afternoon is all it takes to tune-up your table saw for peak performance and precision results.
Looking for a strong, simple drawer joint? We show you how to make two types of locking rabbet joints.
A collection of tips and techniques to bring your finishing to the next level.
Box joints have it all — they’re strong, quick, and good-looking. And all you need is a dado blade and a “ten-minute” jig.
With off-the-rack moldings and simple shop-made trim pieces, you can go from ho-hum to high-style windows in a weekend.
Small wood "keys" create the traditional look of a dovetail joint -- without all the work. Plus, they add strength to the mitered corners of a box.
There are several good ways to make a mortise and tenon joint. The trick is determining which one is best for the task at hand.
A few router table accessories make it easy to get safe, accurate cuts
This versatile joint makes it easy to create strong and sturdy cases and drawers.
For frame and panel construction, stub tenon and groove joinery is hard to top. It's quick, strong, and very "table saw friendly."
This collection of shop-made jigs, tips, and techniques will help you get the most from your router and make you a better woodworker.
All it takes to turn your block plane into a precision tool is a simple tune-up. Here's our step-by-step approach.
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