WOOD Magazine Staff
Miters make a great choice for frames because they hide end grain, and the joint lines direct your eye to the framed item.
Whether you’re buying your first router or adding another to your tool kit, it pays to consider these keys to getting one best suited to your needs.
For thousands of years, architects and artists have followed the principle of the Golden Mean to make designs look just right. With this simple invention you can, too, but without all the math!
Combine the flowing grain of a miter joint with the strength of a half-lap using only your tablesaw.
Interested in spindle turning? Then come along and discover the keys to effectively sharpening and using the indispensable skew chisel.
Want to turn a bowl? You’ll need a bowl gouge to shape both the interior and exterior. We’ll show you how to sharpen and use this versatile tool for roughing and finishing cuts.