Editor Christopher Schwarz takes you on a quick tour of his latest workbench, a design that closely follows the 18th-century designs of Andre Roubo and was built using (almost) entirely hand tools.
Most American woodworkers struggle with bowsaws. Now before you think that bowsaws are tools for beret-wearing, Gitano-smoking woodworkers who eat espresso and croissants when on a break, think again. Michael Dunbar at The Windsor Institute has used bowsaws for many years while making Windsor chairs and teaching thousands of others how to do it....
Watch Laura Ann Arnold and her husband, David, as they learn their way around the shop while building the I Can Do That project "A Picnic of a Build."
Replace your router’s base with a shop-made version that’s oversized, stable and inexpensive. Watch Bob Lang demonstrate the advantages of this offset router baseplate in our free video.
Watch as Rob Millard installs curved inlay on a breakfront door.
Glen D. Huey explains a bit of history about drawer slips and shows how they work in this reproduction of a Queen Anne dressing table featured on the cover of the June 2010 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine.
Jim Innis, vice president of Friends of White Water Shaker Village, takes us on a tour of the shaker meeting house. You'll learn about the construction of this historic location and get a preview of the restoration process.
The final episode in rebuilding the 1944 Delta Unisaw. Popular Woodworking Magazine Publisher, Steve Shanesy takes a side-by-side look at features from both the vintage Delta table saw and new Delta flagship table saw. Hold on tight as he swaps the old-style fence for an updated Biesemeyer unit.
This clip is from the DVD included with the book "Puzzle Boxes" where author Jeff Vollmer shows you how to cut a 'joiner' piece and two shoulders to support the lid for a puzzle box. Then he reviews all of the parts and shows how they are put together to make...