George Vondriska uses a 2″ length 23 gauge headless pinner from GREX to demonstrate the simple process for adding a face frame and decorative trim to your new cabinet or bookshelf project. The pins are so small you can hardly see them!
Everyone needs more storage for books, and what could be better than an elegant bookcase (or two) that you’ve made yourself? Our DIY bookcase is made from cherry, and you’ll learn about cherry’s working characteristics, but you can choose any material you prefer for your bookcase. While making this project, you’ll learn how to accurately… Read more »Watch Now >>
Without question, the table saw is the heart of any woodworking shop. Unfortunately, they can take up a lot of valuable space. Space most woodworkers don’t have. This table saw buying guide discusses the advantages of using a portable or bench top table saw and the features you should look for when buying your next… Read more »Watch Now >>
Correctly positioning your project on the backdrop is very important. How much bigger than the object should the backdrop be? Will you be adding text to the picture later? These are important considerations you need to be aware of while positioning your project on the backdrop. See more from our “How to Photograph Your Woodworking… Read more »Watch Now >>
Dave Munkittrick talks about why he likes to use refashioned 2x4s as clamping cauls for his woodworking projects. With a pair of cauls, you can apply pressure evenly across whatever wooden surface you are clamping, including edge banding, and avoid ending up with marks or dents in either side of your piece.Watch Now >>