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Learn the secrets to building sag-free shelves.
Assembling face frames, miters, and plywood cases has never been easier.
Find out the steps you can take to repair five common woodworking mishaps.
Replacing your table saw's miter gauge can boost its accuracy. We'll show you what to look for.
This simple plywood rack lets you show off your collection and keep it close at hand.
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Piece K is mislabeled as Back Apron; it is the Front Apron.
Page 18: Online Extra Cutting Diagram
As shown on the cutting diagrams, the thickness of the first and third boards should be 1/2", not 3/4" as originally indicated.
Start with a pair of boxes and add a few details to make this compact cabinet.
With its traditional details and joinery, this great-looking cabinet will be a pleasure to build.
These unique workstations keep benchtop power tools organized and ready to go.
Overlooked by many woodworkers, durable oilstones still deserve a place in your shop.
Many of our favorite finishes are available in spray cans. See what you need to keep on hand.
Behind the scenes, these simple frames are hard at work keeping a chest of drawers strong.