• How to Make Cabinet Doors - Cope and Stile Doors

    How to Make Cabinet Doors: Cope and Stile Doors

    A common approach for how to make cabinet doors is to use a matched pair of bits on the router table. In this class you’ll learn the process step by step. From information about the bits you need to set up to safe cutting, it’s all here. You need to do all the work on…

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  • Tapered Cuts on the Table Saw: Pattern Cutting

    Tapered Cuts on the Table Saw: Pattern Cutting

    Using a table saw, George Vondriska shows you how to cut angled pieces of wood using a technique called pattern cutting. With a shop-made fence, some clamps, double-faced tape and a straight edge, you can easily make accurate tapered cuts on your table saw for your next woodworking project.

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  • Accurate Fitting Dovetail Joints using a Dovetail Jig

    How to Make Dovetail Joints and Fit Them Accurately

    Many projects call for dovetail joints because they’re strong and they’re attractive to look at. How to make dovetail joints with your jig may seem intimidating if you’ve never used one before. There are a couple of hints that can ease a lot of the frustration for inexperience dovetail joint builders. We have a variety…

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  • Taper Cuts on the Table Saw: Straight Edge

    Taper Cuts on the Table Saw: Straight Edge

    For some woodworking projects you will need to cut pieces that are tapered. George Vondriska shows you a great woodworking technique for cutting tapered pieces using a table saw, a piece of hard board as a straight edge and some screws. It’s quick, easy and a safe way to make taper cuts on a table…

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  • Selecting Table Saw Blades

    Selecting Table Saw Blades

    George Vondriska introduces you to the various types of table saw blades in the line of DeWalt Precision Trim Saw Blades that you can utilize on a table saw for your woodworking projects. He talks about a crosscutting blade with 60-80 teeth in an alternate top bevel pattern that is optimal for end grain and…

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  • Applying Cabinet Trim

    Applying Cabinet Trim

    Mark, don’t measure, in order to produce parts that are the perfect size. Starting with a side piece, lay the molding against the cabinet and draw a line on the molding to mark the position of the front corner. Position the molding against the fence with your pencil mark aligned with the line-of-cut indicator you…

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  • How to Check Parallelism of a Table Saw

    How to Check Parallelism of a Table Saw

    Learn how to check parallelism of a table saw. If you don’t check to see that the blade and fence on your table saw are parallel, you could end up with binding issues that cause kickback and a whole bunch of other problems on your woodworking projects down the road, so make sure you check…

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  • Hand Cut Edge Banding to Length

    Hand Cut Edge Banding to Length

    Dave Munkittrick teaches you how to hand cut edge banding to length on a plywood shelf. By using a Japanese pull saw and a simple woodworking technique, you’ll be able to safely and smoothly remove any excess edge banding from your shelving.

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  • Applying Thin Edge Banding

    Applying Thin Edge Banding

    Dave Munkittrick teaches you a quick woodworking technique for applying thin plywood edge banding to a piece of hardwood that will be used as shelving for a faceless cabinet. All you’ll need is a thin line of glue, a few evenly spaced micro-pins and a pair of clamps with cauls to achieve uniform pressure.

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