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Classic shape. Simple design. Both come together to make this roll-top desk a rewarding project that's easy to build.
Slide this desk organizer into the roll-top desk Or build it as a separate unit that looks good from any angle. Either way, it helps organize all your writing materials.
Understanding how a tambour door works takes the mystery out of building one. By using a few basic designs and changing the profile of the slats, you can build a tambour door to fit most any application.
The intricate fretwork on this picture frame is only half the story. It's hinged to another frame that holds a standard 3x5 photograph. This freestanding frame makes a great weekend project.
There's a trick or two to using a scroll saw to cut fretwork panels. We show you the best blades to use and how to reduce chipout so you don't spend a lot of time cleaning up the panel after it's cut out.
This router table replaces the extension wing on your table saw. Besides saving space, there's a unique fence system that attaches to the existing rip fence on your saw. It features a built-in storage compartment for router bits and a dust collection hook-up.