Joinery can literally make or break a project. And of all the joints, miters are out in the open for full inspection and must be perfect.
Sometimes it’s easy to take the simplest-looking things for granted.
Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but it shouldn't take a thousand tries to assemble a frame. One of our readers shares a quick tip for putting them together in a cinch.
There's no substitute for accuracy when cutting frame pieces. Let us show you the way to tight miters.
Miter joints are some of the weakest in woodworking because of poor end-grain to end-grain gluing. That's why I always reinforce my miter joints with a spline.
Dedicated crosscut miter sled for accurate angles.