Ridgid has just released a new 12" miter saw that looks like it's outfitted with some nice features. Videos are free to view for three months after publication of the related article in the magazine.
Become a member today to enjoy our complete library of videos and woodworking information online. For instructor and furniture maker Bob Van Dyke, getting sharp is the first step to doing great work.
Super Glue is handy to have around the shop, but as many woodworkers know, you must be careful because it bonds to skin instantly. Watch as master furniture maker Kevin Rodel shows you how to build his elegant interpretation on a classic Limbert design.
This artist's process for steam bending white oak produces some of the most beautiful forms in contemporary furniture today. Mike Pekovich shows you how to make fast and accurate dovetails using a special blade on the tablesaw. Ed Pirnik demonstrates how a special set of blades helps make perfect box joints with very little fuss. Watch as master furniture maker Kevin Rodel shows you how to build his elegant interpertation on a classic Limbert design. Sometimes it takes years to build the piece you've envisioned for a special set of hardware. Windsor chairmaker Peter Galbert blows off steam by picking up a carving knife and whittling spoons. When building this workbench, staffers Matt Kenney and Mike Pekovich turned to the Shakers for guidance.
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FWW contributing author Craig Thibodeau blends a modern aesthetic with old-world marquetry and parquetry techniques.


Learn how to build and use a versatile jig for routing dead-on hinge mortises in boxes or cabinets. Furniture maker Timothy Rousseau demonstrates how to build a pedestal dining table from start to finish. FWW contributing author Chris Gochnour sits down for an exclusive interview on Shop Talk Live. With this handy plane in hand, you can trim any sliding dovetail, straight or tapered, for a perfect fit.
Festool's Domino joinery system is able to crank out hybrid mortise-and-tenon joinery faster than you can mount your dado stack.
Learn how to use boiling water and simple bending forms to create traditional Shaker oval boxes. Aluminum flashing is transformed into simple patterns for laying out multiple dovetail joints with ease. This week on Shop Talk Live, Lee Valley Tools technical advisor Vic Tesolin sits down to talk shop. Learn about the design and techniques used to create a contemporary side table that serves as an amalgamation of Shaker and 18th-century period furniture techniques. Learn how to properly install the right type of blade and say goodbye to blade drift forever. Join hand tool expert Andrew Hunter as he walks you through the process of building a beautiful display hutch without the help of power tools. Tune up your hollow-chisel mortising bits for silky-smooth operation with our step-by-step video tutorial. Master craftsman Steve Latta demystifies a variety of techniques as he demonstrates how to construct a Federal Side Table chock-full of period details. Catch Part II on June 4, 2014a€”in print and onlinea€”as Fortune puts his forms to work, building a graceful garden chair. The blade has a side to side bevel capability of 48 degrees and the saw has a 50 degree range both left and right. Watch as he demonstrates his step-by-step routine, which yields razor-sharp eges in minutes.


Mike Pekovich takes the headache out of the process with a simple method that guarantees perfect alignment every time. Watch how a simple hand-pump method can make quick work of small curves like the ones Chris Gochnour incorporates into his skateboards. Prizes will be rolled out throughout the year, so check back often to enter for your chance to win each prize. Follow along from start to finish for tips on building a rock-solid post-and-beam base, adding drawers to a workbench and installing a twin-screw vise. Listen in on a Shop Talk Live podcast where he talks about the most important features to look for in a new saw. Read the original articles in their entirety, and you may just be inspired to make your own. Learn how to lay on a super-smooth coat of this 19th-century staple in our step-by-step video. Learn how to leverage modern safety systems and get the most out of this workshop workhorse.
From the cock beading and stringing on the drawer, to the shopmade banding on the legs and aprons, this small table serves up great lessons on a variety of period furniture. Fortune offers an overview of his Garden Chair project and demonstrates how to build tricky bending forms. The line is somehow adjustable, unlike other laser systems, and it only turns on when the blade is in motion.
Veteran furniture maker and contributing editor Garrett Hack shows you how easy it is to make your own scratch stock and put it to use.



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