Cut 12 equal bevels the length of a cylinder with a simple tablesaw jig.
I need to drill a hole about 12" long to route a cord through a lamp base. Is there a way to drill a hole that deep and stay true?
After reading about the effects of moisture on wood movement, I’m reluctant to try tablesawn raised panels. Won’t the wedged edges of the panel spread the grooved stile to the breaking point?
I really want to build the toy excavator from issue 194, but I’m intimidated by all the steps. Can you give me some tips to get over this fear and get started?
I bought four short, turned furniture legs from a home center. How do I attach the short (3⁄8 " long) threaded studs to my bookcase?
I built a set of book-matched doors with cherry-crotch panels and mistakenly drilled the wrong stile of one door. How can I fix this?