After gluing spline stock into the mitered corners of a large batch of frames, I was faced with spending the next half hour bandsawing away the protruding spline stock.
Cut short returns for crown molding easily with the foolproof method WOOD magazine's Jim Hea
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.
The router table may be your most versatile tool, and here’s proof: three useful and easy-to-set-up joints made with inexpensive bits.
Joinery can literally make or break a project. And of all the joints, miters are out in the open for full inspection and must be perfect.