I’ll need to resaw the 3"-thick slab to create the two seat planks, but how can I do that without the bandsaw’s table damaging the natural edges?
The first time I saw a piece of furniture with book-matched door panels was at a museum exhibit of 17th- and 18th-century woodworking.
When a bandsaw's not an option, turn to the tablesaw for resawing. We show you how to do it safely.
Found wood can save you money and may have striking figure you won't find at the lumberyard.