Clamps and Clamping
When cutting dovetails, I prefer to cut the pins first because I find them easier to transfer to the tail boards given the space between the pins.
My last project, an entertainment center, had a part that was difficult to clamp due to its depth.
You can buy more expensive ones, but pipe clamps are still my “go-to” clamp for large glue-ups.
With bar clamps running short on a cabinet job, I needed a good way to secure the face frames to the carcase.
I used a magazine project plan to make a set of bench risers for gluing parts together, such as laminating boards.
The smaller the part you drill on your drill press, the more important it is to clamp it for safety and accuracy.