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.
These handy tools make joining boards a snap, but only a select few do the job with maximum accuracy and minimum fuss.
Keeping the top edges of the front and sides surround pieces of a cabinet base can be tricky, especially when you’re working alone.
Slippery glue makes it hard to keep pieces aligned during clamping. Solve the problem with your biscuit joiner.
When planing a glued-up panel, I usually flip-flop it several times, always watching for the most interesting grain pattern to emerge. Before long, I've lost track of which side is which.
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.
Using scraps, build a T-square biscuit joiner to make woodworking even easier.
Smooth unattractive edges using one reader's unconventional method of removing biscuits.