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.
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This veneering technique is historic, unique, interesting, and still appropriate to be used in today's world. Learn all about hammer veneering from Don Williams and get inspired to try it yourself.
To get started creating your own wire inlays, all you need is a little know how (provided here by expert woodworker Don Williams), some wire, a rotary tool, and a few inexpensive shop-made tools.
Learn to restore your vintage bench plane. From the experience of woodworking master Bill Anderson, you will be able to identify and repair five common issues woodworkers encounter with their bench planes.
Further develop your understanding of rule joints by practicing making them both with and without power tools. Bill Anderson guilds you through both in this fascinating article from Popular Woodworking Magazine.
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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."
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