Here's everything you need to know to create precise, strong, long-lasting furniture joinery. We'll discuss miters, mortise and tenons, box joints, dovetails, frame-and-panel construction, biscuits, pocket-screws, half-laps, and more.
Let’s face it: Miters are fussy, especially when cutting them on all four corners of a box.
Adding splines to mitered corners not only provides strength, but an extra element of design.
The devil is in the details, such as the plugs used is the Chaise Lounge project found in WOOD magaz
Learn how to dress up a standard mitered box by adding a splines for decoration.
Learn how to make a box joint, often called a finger joint.
With the tablesaw, you can rip and crosscut lumber to size, cut straight edges on boards that have none, and also cut many types of joinery.