Master cabinetmaker Frank Klausz has taught thousands of woodworkers to hand cut dovetails quickly and easily. His secret? Stop measuring. Learn more about this radical idea in the October 2005 issue of Popular Woodworking.
Everyone’s talking about the new Saw Stop Cabinet Saw. We spent the summer trying one out and give you our in depth report.
Make a set of display shelves and learn how to bend wood without steaming by utilizing the technique of bent lamination.
Frank Lloyd Wright didn’t design a prairie-style coffee table. Our 21st-century homage is simple to build, great looking and functional.
Shiplapped cabinet backs are a good alternative to plywood.
Our Arts & Mysteries series continues with The Secret to Sawing Fast. Learn how to use your hand saw efficiently.
Review available jigs and techniques for setting jointer and planer knives.
Woodworking Essentials begins a new series, Casework Construction: Beginning Principles.
Wood conditioner confusion is cleared up by Bob Flexner’s clear explanation and techniques.
Blacksmith and chair bodger Don Weber connects blacksmithing and woodworking in The Magic of Iron and Fire.
We show you how to run 240v and 120v circuits to your shop in Efficient Shop Wiring.
Our new feature, Ingenious Jigs, builds a great table for your drill press.
Detailed article previews are below. Online extras can be found here.
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