Clean and understated, this full-size oak dining table looks simple at first glance. But what you don’t see are the special pull-out extension leaves hidden underneath the table top.
Simple construction, mobility, and industrial grade features make this sanding station a dust collection dynamo.
Take the guesswork out of making square cuts on large panels with this must-have table saw add-on.
You can make any of these three beautiful tables using the basic techniques. Just pick the style you like and get started.
The versatility of this modular design makes it a valuable addition to the living room whether you use the tables individually or in a group.
Here's your chance to cut lots of corners and still get great-looking results.
This 3-axis milling machine provides a new level of accuracy for making small parts.
Coffee tables didn't exist when Frank Lloyd Wright was perfecting the Prairie style.
Complete drawings, instructions and cutting list to build two different tub tables using compound miters.
Coffee tables didn't exist as a furniture form until the 1920s (when they were known as cocktail tables). So while there is no true Shaker coffee table, this design works well with other Shaker-influenced furniture.
This strong and so-called "advanced" joint is just a clever combination of rabbets and grooves.
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