Outdoor Projects that Last
If you start with the right materials and follow up with occasional maintenance,
your outdoor furniture can stay in like-new condition.
Best Table Saw Accessories
What makes a table
saw so versatile? It's the shop-built accessories and jigs woodworkers use. Here
are ten you can build yourself.
to Problem-Solving Clamps
You've probably seen these specialty clamps advertised, but what kinds of projects
are they made for and how are they used?
A vetreran finish carpenter shares some tricks for cutting precise miters, fixing
sagging doors, and cutting base boards for a snug fit.
Confused about dado blades?
We'll explain the different types available and how to set up your table saw for
five popular dado cuts.
to Working with Plywood
Plywood can be a great
substitute for solid wood stock, especially if your project calls for large panels.
Get our shop secrets!
Ways to Better Handle Sheet Goods
Build three different projects for your shop—a panel-moving shuttle, a panel
storage system, and a foldaway cutting table.
Stragtegies for Setting up Shop
We'll go over the pros and cons of three different locations used for a shopówith
tips for calculating the best use of the space available.
up Solid Wood Panels
It takes more than luck
to end up with great-looking solid wood panels. Have a proven plan in place before
you squeeze out the first bead of glue.
& Raised Panels
It's hard to avoid
woodworking joints that come loose over time. That's why professionals use frame
and panel construction whenever possible.
Discover the secrets to
a perfect glue up! We'll take you step-by-step through the critical stages of
clamping and assembly.