It’s hard to beat the across-the-board versatility of joinery that can be done on a router table. With this online video Class, your arsenal of woodworking joints will grow. We’ll teach you how to use the router table to:
- Joint edges
- Cut tongue and groove joints
- Make cope and stile joints for frame and panel doors
- Create mortise and tenon joints
- Craft rock solid boxes with a drawer lock joint
- Finesse the elusive lock miter joint
Teaching from the ground up
In this Router Table Joinery class you’ll learn to master each of the joints listed above. Bit selection, shop-made jigs to help with the machining process, tips for setting up the router bits…no part of the process has been left out. This is the surest way to help guarantee your success with these joints. Once you have the joints mastered they’ll improve your skills and project quality in furniture making, cabinet making, drawer boxes, and more.
Realizing that not all woodworkers have the same tools, we provide you with different methods of working through the joints. If your router table fence doesn’t offset for jointing, no problem, we show you a shop-made version. Tongue and groove joints can be cut with dedicated tongue and groove cutters, or with simple straight bits. You’ll see both methods. For cope and stile we teach you how to use a reversible bit, and a two piece matched set. The drawer lock joint can be created with a slot cutter, or with a dedicated bit. We show both methods.
In addition to the detailed video help you’ll receive, this Class provides you with some downloadable resources and helpful information to print and keep, including: A detailed Class Guide you can follow and use as a reminder for the key points of the class instruction; and a resources document that will give you information on the products you’ll see in the Class.
NOTE: You’ll receive this Class video instruction in two forms: As on-demand streaming video (in your WWGOA Account); and as a physical DVD, mailed to you.