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Tips & Techniques4

Cabinet-Grade Plywood8

Here's everything you need to know to make the best use of plywood in your next project.

Dust Collection Add-Ons10

It's easier than ever to keep your shop dust free. Take a look at some new handy helpers.

Perfect Project Parts12

We unlock the secret to getting your projects started off on the right foot.

Hanging Wall Shelves16

These easy-to-build shelves attach directly to a wall, freeing up floor space and allowing you to mix and match to fill your needs. Plus, they can be modified to create a handy wine rack.

Page 51: Wall Shelves Sources

There is a typo; the word "includes" is misspelled

Page 19: Detail a Illustration

The depth of the cut should be 3/8", not 1/2" as printed.

Snack Tray Cabinet20

Practicality in disguise is the best way to describe this attractive cabinet. The traditional styling is perfect for any decor, while the handy snack trays it holds make it an "everyday user."

Shop Notebook28

Page 28: Figure 1

The centerpoint of the radius is listed at 2" but it should be 2 1/2" in order for the cutout to match what's shown on page 24 of the Snack Tray Cabinet project.

Flat Screen Media Center30

Look past the "wow" factor of this impressive project and you find what might be the last media center you'll ever need. A classic look, bundles of storage, and all the great woodworking you could ask for.

Online Extras

Page 37: Main illustration

The bead molding in the main drawing is shown as part EE, but it should be labeled as part T. The Materials, Supplies & Cutting diagram on page 33 and the drawing on page 36 correctly show the bead molding as T.

Page 33: Materials, Supplies & Cutting Diagram

Part F (Face Frame Ends) under the Side Base Cabinet should have a length of 31-1/4" not 31".

Page 34: Classic Cove Bit

Clarification: The classical cove bit has a 5/16" radius.

Page 33: Materials, Supplies & Cutting Diagram

Part FF (Side Veneers) should be 11" x 13-1/4". The drawing on page 40 is correct.

Page 33: Online Extra Cutting Diagram

The plywood thicknesses on the second page of the online cutting diagram were originally shown incorrectly. The full sheet plywood with pieces GG, FF, R, E, N and EE should be 1/4" thick. The half sheet with pieces P and BB should be 3/4". (The PDF has been replaced on woodsmith.com.)

Page 33: Materials, Supplies & Cutting Diagram

Part W (drawer fronts/backs) should be 10" long, not 10 1/2" as shown in the materials list. The art on page 37 shows the correction dimensions.

Table Saw Cove Molding42

Why top off a project with factory-made cove molding when you can make your own?

Tenons on the Router Table44

When you need perfectly smooth, accurate tenons, the router table is your best bet.

Page 44: Online extra reference

The online extra bug in the margin should not be there. All the information is included in the article and there is no online extra.

Applying Resin Finishes46

We'll show you how to apply a great-looking and "bullet-proof" epoxy resin finish.

Dressing Up a Square Leg48

It's easy to take a plain, square leg blank and turn it into an eye-catching focal point.

Q & A50

Final Details52