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Tips & Techniques4

Six great tips from fellow woodworkers. 1) Enlarging a Hole using a Router. 2) Router Table Vacuum. 3) Radial Saw Hold Down. 4) Adjustable Miter Fence. 5) Ripping Thin Strips. 6) Modifying Stikit Sanding Pads.

Oak File Cabinet6

We built a classic oak file cabinet using a simple frame and panel technique. Then we added solid brass hardware and full extension drawer slides.

Stub Tenon & Groove12

One of the simplest ways to join the pieces of a frame and panel is to use a stub tenon and groove joint. This article takes you through the process step-by-step.

Shop Notes16

1) Shop-made Wood Pulls. 2) Gluing Up Cabinets So They're Square. 3) A Tenon-Cutting Jig for the Router

Shop Cabinets18

Nobody's storage needs are exactly the same. So we designed these cabinets to accept a variety of drawer or door combinations.

Drawer Joints25

We discuss the pros and cons of different lipped drawer joints. And what to look for when choosing one.

Kitchen Canister26

All you need is a weekend to build this solid oak canister. Each lid flips open to reveal an airtight container.

Talking Shop28

Routing with a trammel point -- which way to go? What is Reaction Wood? Miter Jigs for the Radial Arm Saw. And Ogee or Roman Ogee?

Clamp Organizers30

The results are in for our clamp organizer contest. Here are the three winners: a Sliding "T" Rack, a C-Clamp Rack, and a Pipe Clamp Rack.

Final Details32