Tools and Reviews
Separating and pulling off stacked blades, chippers, and shims from a tablesaw’s arbor requires nimble fingers.
Keep a keen edge on Forstner drill bits by sharpening them yourself.
Virtually every cabinet you build uses rabbet joinery somewhere: for lock-rabbet drawers, on inset doors, as a recess to house the back of a bookcase. A rabbeting router bit helps you make them all.
Sometimes close enough is close enough. But when precision matters, turn to calipers.
With a sharp blade and by moving your arms and legs in unison, shavings will flow from your hand plane with minimal effort. Follow these simple steps to improve your results.
In this article, Jim Heavey shows you how you can use an ogee with a fillet to create six different profiles.