After you’ve made the necessary cuts to create a wooden hinge for your gate leg table, the next step is to round the edges on the teeth so that the hinge swings freely. George Vondriska teaches you how to use increasing grit sandpaper to file and bullnose the corners.
Mortise and tenon joinery is commonly used for tables, chairs, and a variety of other projects. Getting a uniform fit between the tenon and mortise is the key to solid joinery, and the band saw is great for making perfectly fitting tenons. Before making the tenons, cut the mortises, then cut the tenons to fit.
Frequently, when your turning spindles on the lathe you need to define specific diameters. This is when using calipers on the lathe comes into play. George Vondriska teaches you the step-by-step process for combining the capabilities of a parting tool and calipers to define specific diameters when using the lathe.
Screw pockets are a great way to put projects together, but are unsightly. If the pocket holes on your project are going to show when it’s done, there’s a great (and easy) way to hide them. All it takes is glue, dowels and some hand tools. You can even turn pocket holes into a decorative
George Vondriska demonstrates leg to rail joinery. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. 49888 Pop Up Side Table Plans provided by Klockit. For more information, visit www.klockit.com. More Videos from Klockit: Klockit Shop-Made Curve Molding How To Make Base Molding