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These hinges solve challenging hardware problems on almost any project.
A compact package doesn't mean sacrificing full-size routing capabilities.
Page 11: Online Extra - Quick & Easy Router Table
The diagram contains a part labeled "U" but the project does not have a part U. It should be removed from the cutting diagram.
Inexpensive and easy-to-use, this drill guide makes drilling straight, square holes a snap.
Create tight-fitting box joints with a simple table saw jig and step-by-step instructions.
Looking for a small project with a ton of style? This countertop wine rack features classic woodworking and custom details.
Inexpensive materials and simple construction make this bed an easy build. The details and finish give it a timeless look.
Page 30: Illustrations and text
In the first two drawings, the part called out as "(L) Rail Cap", should actually be "(N) Bed Rail Caps". The two blocks of text below those illustrations should refer to the part as "bed rail" as well.
Page 31: Materials, Supplies & Cutting Diagram
The cutting diagram should list four boards are needed to create 8 Outer Layers (B), as shown in the second board from the top.
This cupboard features some great design elements that tie everything together: fine proportions, a beadboard back, a raised panel door, and traditional hardware.
Page 36: Detail d
Detail 'd' dimensions the cutout for the bottom of the side. The 3" dimension on the left side of the drawing should be measured from the back edge of the side and not the inside corner of the rabbet. The leader line and arrow should be moved or the number changed to 2 1/2".
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This unique finish might be the solution to creating a one-of-a-kind project.
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