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.
Learn how to make a lower cabinet face frame. This is just one element of a complete series on
I’d like to incorporate threaded wood bolts and nuts into an upcoming project. Is this a difficult process to set up and learn?
Every time I use a dado set to cut half-lap joints, I seem to waste a lot of time lining up each successive cut to the edge of the blade. Is there a faster system?
Recently, I had to cut 1⁄2 "-thick, 21⁄2 "-long tenons in 3⁄4 " oak for a project. Each time, the results were a disaster.
Is there a clamp or glue-up method to fasten compound miter joints for a frame? No regular frame clamp will work.
I’m making a bed with 3"-square curly maple legs, each made from four ¾×3" pieces beveled 45° on the edges. The tables bevel cut seemed to changed in mid-cut. What’s wrong?