- Project Design
- Joining and Fastening
- Gluing and Clamping
- Installing Hardware
- Making Repairs
The inspiration for this chair came from an original built in Delaware in the 1700s. The design, a transition between elaborate carvings and simpler styles, was built, unchanged, for nearly a century.
Tired of paying high prices for lumber at the lumberyard? A portable sawmill could be your ticket to getting quality wood for your next project at a more affordable price.
Sandor Nagyszalanczy explains and demonstrates how to use your table saw to make cove cuts on a table saw without having to use a shaper or router.
Installing threaded inserts perpendicular to the wood’s surface can be challenging, especially when starting them. But here’s how one reader makes it easy.
The author’s clever set of production techniques creates a line of bow-shaped wooden drawer pulls in a hurry!
Interior drawer dividers create storage spaces for your tools, while partitions slid into dadoes in the carcass support the drawers themselves.
A vacuum pump and veneer bag is a fully portable system that can be used anywhere. Here, learn some simple veneering techniques.
An HVLP spray system is a great way to apply a finish. Learn the basics of using an HVLP sprayer.
Mark sure your projects look as great as you’ve built them to be with Sandor Nagyszalanczy’s helpful tips on hardware choice and installation.
Spraying a finish without a spray gun has never been easier or more versatile, thanks to the latest “rattle can” products.