Here you'll find the tips, tricks, and techniques for your woodworking shop from wood preparation to finished cabinetry with doors and drawers. You’ll also learn about joinery, measuring, and wood finishes.
After reading about the effects of moisture on wood movement, I’m reluctant to try tablesawn raised panels. Won’t the wedged edges of the panel spread the grooved stile to the breaking point?
Quilted maple and other figured woods gain depth as well as brilliant color when you choose this type of stain. Here's everything you need to know for success.
Learn how to make and install overlay cabinet doors and drawers, including choosing hardware and installing it.
With so many things to hold in place during clamp-ups, I often feel like I need the arms of an octopus.
I’ve never had much success hand-chopping mortises, so I tried removing the bulk of the waste with a biscuit joiner.
Typical mass-produced wheels look okay on many toys, but if you want wheels that look more like the real thing, try this.
I recently needed to reduce the end of a 2" PVC pipe to fit into my vac’s exhaust hole.
Turned vessels look interesting when they combine round, lathe-turned areas with sawn flat cuts. Here’s one way to get that look.
After becoming frustrated with cleaning glue that oozed out from around the inlays, I solved the problem by making a slight modification to the inlays.