Cabinetry and Trimwork
Cut short returns for crown molding easily with the foolproof method WOOD magazine's Jim Hea
Building your own shop cabinets isn’t rocket science.
You can make doors using just your tablesaw and a general-purpose blade to cut the joints.
When edge-banding plywood with solid stock, completing the corner joints can be a nuisance.
When my brad nailer runs out of fasteners, it's hard to tell where the nailing stopped because the tool leaves an impression in the wood whether it drives a nail or not.
Holes in hardwood plywood shelves and countertops that allow cords to pass through show the plywood layers and diminish the appearance of a project. To hide the raw edges, I make custom solid-wood grommets in place.