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Stopped Cuts Made Easy

This extra-long mortising fence helps you cut “blind” joints in your work. Cabinets and furniture often have “blind” joints − dados, grooves or rabbets that are stopped at one end so you can’t [...]

The Way Wood Works

by Nick Engler Wood is a cantankerous substance; there’s no two ways about it. Its virtues, of course, are legendary. It’s attractive, abundant and easy to work. Pound for pound, it’s stronger [...]

Pros and Cons of Routers for Joinery

Although routers were originally designed to create moulded shapes, they can be excellent joinery tools. In fact, they’re better in some ways than table saws, professional quality mortisers or [...]

The Way Wood Works

Wood is a cantankerous substance; there's no two ways about it. Here are the basics to understanding how wood moves and how to deal with its peculiarities.

Microadjustable Support Stand

My grandfather used to call them “dead men” — T-shaped stands that he placed outboard of a tool or a workbench for additional support. They were the extra hands he needed to manage large [...]

I-beam Work Island

This worktable's strength comes from skyscraper technology, and we show you the woodworking techniques to do it yourself.

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