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MDF-core plywood and a solid wood frame make this tool cart rigid and sturdy. And metal corners help protect it from dents and dings as you roll it around your shop or garage.
Dentil molding, a fluted column, and a marble top give this pedestal a classic look. And the hidden storage compartment inside makes this a practical and useful project as well.
If you've got a budding Rembrandt or Picasso in your home, here's a project you'll want to build. The inside of this desk holds a continuous roll of paper, so there's always a fresh "canvas." And a built-in handle makes it easy to carry the desk anywhere.
Don't let the name deceive you. Although splines are a great way to dress up a project, they also work well when it comes to strengthening a miter joint. And a splined miter joint is easy to make. All it takes is a simple jig and our step-by-step instructions.
A micro-adjusting feature and a gauge for setting up the bevel angle make this sharpening jig unique. But surprisingly, it's made almost entirely out of common hardware items you can find at most home centers.