I’ve written before about my love of stringed packing tape – it deepens and matures every day. Here’s a short slideshow I put together on one of its best uses: gluing up small boxes.
Using clamps to glue up any small box is tricky and almost always frustrating. The clamps are too large for the workpieces, so even getting them all in place is a chore – if not impossible. If the box features mitered corner joints, the troubles only multiply. This simple method solves all those worries.
Create your own custom backsaw with Matt Cianci
Backsaws should be very personal tools, so building your own custom backsaw will ensure that it fits you and your woodworking needs. By starting with a simple kit (sold separately)...