Locking Rabbet Joints
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.
Mortise & Tenon
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.
Routing Small Parts
A few router table accessories make it easy to get safe, accurate cuts
Tongue & Dado Joinery
This versatile joint makes it easy to create strong and sturdy cases and drawers.
Stub Tenon & Groove Joinery
For frame and panel construction, stub tenon and groove joinery is hard to top. It's quick, strong, and very "table saw friendly."
25+ Router Tips Vol. 2
This collection of shop-made jigs, tips, and techniques will help you get the most from your router and make you a better woodworker.
Tuning Up a Block Plane
All it takes to turn your block plane into a precision tool is a simple tune-up. Here's our step-by-step approach.