• How to Check Parallelism of a Table Saw
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    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
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    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
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    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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  • Using Wooden Wedges to Clamp Edge Banding
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    Using Wooden Wedges to Clamp Edge Banding

    You may have found that using clamps to apply pressure to a piece with glued-on edge banding can cause the surfaces to not stick uniformly. So George Vondriska teaches you how to utilize clamps and wooden wedges to help hold the edge banding securely against your woodworking project while the glue dries.

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  • Using a Template for Hardware Installation
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    Using a Template for Hardware Installation

    When you’re installing hardware on doors and drawers it is important they are put on uniformly. George Vondriska demonstrates how a simple hardboard template can be an easy solution to ensure your hardware lines up on your next hardware installation project.

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  • Easy Iron-On Veneer Applications
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    Easy Iron-On Veneer Applications

    George Vondriska teaches you a quick and easy trick for iron-on veneer applications. This example involves applying veneer to MDF using a household iron and a recycled paper grocery bag. You can iron the veneer onto a substrate by painting both materials completely with yellow glue and then rubbing a hot iron over the veneer…

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  • Set Up and Cut Dadoes and Rabbets
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    Set Up and Cut Dadoes and Rabbets

    Get step by step video instruction on how to set up and cut dadoes and rabbets. A rabbet is an L-shaped relief, cut at the end of the case side. A dado is a U-shaped cut that is typically used for a case bottom or fixed shelf. A groove is a slot that is cut…

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  • Raised Panel Router Bits: Vertical Raised Panel Bit
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    Raised Panel Router Bits: Vertical Raised Panel Bit

    George Vondriska shows you how to make raised panel doors using a vertical raised panel bit on your router table. He will go through the process of creating a raised panel and the positives and negatives of using a vertical panel raiser bit vs. a horizontal panel raiser.

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    DIY Drawers: Lock Joint on a Dresser

    A drawer lock joint is a very strong joint and perfect for use on dresser drawers. George Vondriska shows a great way to create a drawer lock joint using a table saw in this DIY drawers video. He demonstrates the correct setup to create both the groove and tongues required for this useful joint. TIME…

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