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Waterfall Wonder

 

Furniture made from slabs of wood with natural edges still intact has a soulful, sculptural quality, thanks largely to the handiwork of Mother Nature. And creating projects with waterfall joints—a miter joint with the continuous-grain appearance of water going over a falls—only adds to the beauty. 

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Body Mechanics: Cutting Sheet Goods on the Tablesaw

 

 

Breaking down full-size sheet goods is best handled with a circular saw, so you can move the saw over a stationary sheet. But the tablesaw gives you greater precision when cutting multiple, identical-size parts. Follow these steps to size sheet goods safely and precisely.

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Peek Into Hollow Turning

Shaping the inside of a vessel with a narrow opening requires just a couple of tools, and these pointers from WOOD® magazine's turning expert.

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Cut cleaner dadoes and rabbets

A tablesaw works great for making rabbets, grooves, and dadoes—if you have everything set up correctly. Follow these tips to avoid tear-out that can ruin your project.

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Well-designed Double Shop

When Gary Bonifas and his wife moved into a large duplex townhouse, he started dreaming, designing, and developing his ideal shop space for the basement.

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Tablesaw Tune-up Tips

Whether you’re preparing to buy a new tablesaw or putting off some much-needed maintenance on your existing saw, it’s critical to get your machine dialed-in so your cuts will be flawless.

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Built-ins That Blend In

We shadowed two experienced makers and installers of custom cabinetry to bring you simple tips and tricks that will keep your built-in projects (and your sanity) “on the bubble.”

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