Furniture Making

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  • Return on Moulding

    Return on Moulding

    Master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how to finish the free end of a moulding run with no end grain showing. It’s the perfect way to finish off windowsills and aprons in your hose or mantel mouldings.

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  • Making the Tail of Sliding Dovetail Joint

    Making the Tail of Sliding Dovetail Joint

    Sliding dovetail joints are super strong. Master woodworker George Vondriska shows you how to set up and rout dovetails on a router table.

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  • Leveling Edge Banding With A Belt Sander

    Leveling Edge Banding with a Belt Sander

    Plywood edgebanding is best applied slightly wide and then sanded flush using a belt sander. Woodworking expert Bruce Kieffer shows you how to do this type of belt sanding without sanding through the plywood veneer or gouging the panel.

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  • Laying Out Circular Rails

    Laying Out Circular Rails

    Building the circular rails for a round table can be intimidating. Master woodworker George Vondriska breaks down the steps using a straightforward approach, and you might be surprised to see how stress-free you can make this rather difficult woodworking process.

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  • Checking Joint Quality

    Checking Joint Quality

    Good joinery starts with surfaces that mate perfectly without use of clamp pressure. If excessive clamping pressure is used to pull the joint together, it will create stress on your woodworking project that can cause distortion or even splitting to occur. Master woodworker George Vondriska explains how to incorporate a “dry run” into your process

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  • Bending Wood with a Hot Pipe

    Bending Wood with a Hot Pipe

    Bending wood is one of those techniques that can have a dramatic effect on a woodworking project, but many woodworkers shy away from it because it seems intimidating. Watch this demonstration by our expert woodworker George Vondriska to learn a simple, worry-free approach to bending wood quickly using a heated iron pipe.

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  • Applying Veneer

    Applying Veneer

    Applying veneer on your woodworking projects is easy when you know the necessary steps. Our master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you all of the details essential for completing the process, like choosing and applying the right glue and finding the best way to properly clamp the assembly.

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  • Making Unique Wooden Floral Arrangements by Steam Bending Wood

    Creative Steam Bending

    I see everything in curves and undulations. Most of my life has been spent in landscaping, tree farming and Bonsai. Everything is a reflection of the creative beauty of nature. A landscape design should tell a story. A dry creek bed in the plant bed disappears under the fence to an unseen world in the

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  • Routed Half-Blind Dovetail Drawers

    Routed Half-Blind Dovetail Drawers: Part 2

    In part one of this article I showed you how a half-blind router dovetail jig works, and how to size your drawer parts for routing in the jig. In this final installment, I will explain using the jig to rout the joints, and then how to assemble the drawers. Boards must be correctly oriented and

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  • Routed Half-Blind Dovetail Drawers

    Routed Half-Blind Dovetail Drawers: Part 1

    This is a two-part story. The focus is on drawers with mechanical slides. In this installment I will explain how a half-blind dovetail router jig works, calculating drawer parts sizes, and where to locate drawer bottoms for drawers with side-mount slides or undermount slides. Part two will be about using a dovetail router jig, and

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  1. Brian

    I am looking for farmhouse table plans for my dining room. Will be using milled oak.

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