For wide pieces shown in Jameel Abraham’s “Precision Inlay, Simple Tools” (Popular Woodworking Magazine, April 2011 #189) he used the Bridge City Toolworks Jointmaker Pro. Here’s his method:
You may notice a few of the pieces in the article are unusually wide, much wider in fact than the miter box and miter jack could handle. These were cut with the Bridge City Toolworks Jointmaker Pro.
I was attending a Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event in Chicago in early 2008 when I first saw the prototype of the JMP. Bridge City founder John Economaki was demonstrating the tool and I knew immediately that I had to have one for producing these inlays. Read more
Step-by-step plans for building the Andromeda band saw box from the book Sculpted Band Saw Boxes.
This trivet is simple and fun to make – in any number of shapes.
Making a boomerang is simple, fast and will set your head spinning. Read more
This oval-shaped box is reminiscent of Shaker oval boxes, but is made on a bandsaw and includes a drawer.
One piece of wood and a lot of bamboo skewers do the trick to make this simple and fun knife block.
Our staff offers simple, strong and fast ways to make this important furniture component. By Christopher Schwarz & David Thiel Pages: 90-95 From the October 2004 issue #143 Buy this issue now In woodworking magazines, books and plans there’s almost always an omission that’s big enough to drive a truck through: How to build the … Read more