Find out how to get the best results when gluing and assembling your project. These tips will get you through tricky clamp-ups, keep your project square and level, and help you account for wood movement.
This minimal, yet sturdy, stand serves as a great upgrade from your flatscreen's flimsy feet.
I’ve seen mitered boxes where the grain figure wraps around all four corners of the box, but I’ve never understood how this is done.
The devil is in the details and you've done a masterful job to this point.
Over the next hour, WOOD magazine's Kevin Boyle will show you step by step how to build an arts and
You can do the job without disassembling the chair; all you need is a scarf joint.
If you’re a beginning woodworker, master this basic technique before you move on to the fancy stuff. You’ll start with a few boards, and end up with a panel worthy of a tabletop.