This technique collection contains everything you need to know for accurate crosscuts on the table saw time after time.
This download will show you how to make woodworking joints on the table saw with and without jigs.
There isn’t much to this essential jig, but you’ll get a lot out of it.
Digging into whether or not reinforcing a mortise and tenon with a peg makes it a stronger joint.
Choose the best wood for your project.
To true your wood with your joiner and planer, the steps you follow are critical to your success.
Learn some of our editor's favorite ways to get seamless, rock-solid joints.
This opening chapter in our seven-part series covers terminology, history and design principles behind great casework.
This strong and so-called "advanced" joint is just a clever combination of rabbets and grooves.
Three easy steps - joint, glue, and clamp - help you create perfect panels.
Achieving a good fit with consistent gaps is a hallmark of craftsmanship.
We explore methods to help you find the one that works best.
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