WOOD magazine's Bob Hunter shows you what to look for when buying a biscuit joiner and how to cut the most common types of biscuit joints.
Biscuit joints are simple to cut, but difficult to fix when done wrong. Here's how to avoid the most common mistakes.
Keeping the top edges of the front and sides surround pieces of a cabinet base can be tricky, especially when you’re working alone.
Eliminate the guesswork when it comes to figuring out where the biscuit slot should go. Follow these simple steps and you'll avoid making careless mistakes.
For quick, reliable alignment and joining of project parts, nothing beats a biscuit joiner.
Six simple steps to make perfectly aligned joints using a biscuit joiner.