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This coffee table features a beveled-glass top and traditional mortise and tenon joinery. And we've come up with a quick way of making the mortises for the spindles on the ends of the table.
Finish information: The project was stained with a mix of 1 part General Finishes' Seal-A-Cell Golden Oak and 1 part General Finishes' Seal-A-Cell Honey Maple. The piece was built with white oak.
Veneered mahogany panels and applied walnut edging are just a couple of the woodworking techniques you'll have a chance to use when building this jewelry box.
With only a few minor modifications, the jewelry box can be built as a classic cigar humidor. All it takes is some Spanish cedar and a few pieces of specialty hardware.
Despite their appearance, three-way miters aren't all that difficult. Our step-by-step technique article takes you through the process from start to finish -- without cutting any corners.
There's more to accurate crosscutting on the table saw than just pushing a board past a blade. Here we share some of our favorite tips that we've come across over the years.
This adjustable outfeed roller attaches directly to the wings of the table saw. So you won't have to jockey it around the shop every time you move your saw.