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Keep your projects straight and level. We’ll show you a few handy hardware solutions.
Forstner bits are a must-have for building great projects. Here’s what you need to know.
Want to get more from your router table? Try a coping sled on your next project.
Make a mortise and tenon joint the easy way. Loose tenons are the secret.
Besides looking good, this Craftsman-style basket features several interesting techniques.
The wood plugs for the wastepaper basket were stained with General Finishes' Java Gel Stain before being glued in place. The entire basket was then sprayed with two coats of lacquer.
Rock-solid construction ensures that this desk will be around for years. The unique design and curly maple will turn heads for even longer.
The plastic laminate was purchased locally. The legs and stretcher were primed and painted with black satin spray paint. Then all the parts were sprayed with three coats of lacquer.
Turn a small piece of wood into an elegant, sculpted vase with a few basic band saw cuts.
You can find exotic woods or veneers for the vases from a number of the retailers. These vases were all finished with three coats of lacquer.
A classic design, metal spindles, and basic woodworking come together to create a project just begging to be filled with baked goods.
Sometimes the right router bit is all it takes to make dead-on, airtight joints.
Long-lasting projects don’t just happen. It’s all in how you deal with wood movement.
Nothing beats a hand tool with a sharp edge. This sharpening primer will get you started.
Increase accuracy at the table saw with these must-know techniques from our shop.