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These clamps are the number one way to get great results on a wide range of glueups.
You can order bar clamps from most woodworking retailers. They are often sold at home centers and hardware stores, as well.
Bigger isn't always better. Match the router to the task for top-notch success.
The three types of routers shown in the article (compact, mid-size, and production routers) from a variety of tool manufacturers are available at home centers, hardware stores, and online retailers, such as Amazon.
Quick and easy joinery is at hand with any of these doweling jigs.
Although this wine rack looks like some sort of puzzle, there's nothing complicated about the joinery. Simple half laps make it an easy build.
You won't need any hardware to build the wine rack, but you will need stain and finish. The rack was stained with our custom cherry stain consisting of three parts Zar cherry stain and one part Woodkote Jel'd cherry stain. This was followed with two coats of satin spray lacquer.
Building a set of kitchen cabinets is on most woodworkers' "bucket list." Our kitchen cabinet design keeps the construction simple and gives you plenty of options for customization.
To achieve the look of the cabinets shown in this article, we suggest using riftsawn red oak stained with Varathane’s Gunstock Oil Stain. Two coats of semi-gloss lacquer will protect the cabinets for years to come.
This elegant oak bed is the second piece in our bedroom suite. It features a number of classic details, but with updated construction techniques, building it is a breeze.
Learn the best way to create box joints at the router table. Plus, we show you a new idea.
The key to a super-smooth surface is just an ordinary card scraper and the right technique.
Give your next oak project a unique look with this old-fashioned finish.
Make your own custom crown molding by following a simple table saw technique.