• Three Common Types of Sheet Stock

    Three Common Types of Sheet Stock

    George Vondriska discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of the common types of sheet stock you might use in your shop. He’ll teach you what to look for so that you know which material is best for your project, whether its plywood, MDF or melamine. You’ll learn how each type of stock is made,…

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  • Plunge Cutting in a Countertop

    Plunge Cutting in a Countertop

    So you’ve finished your newest woodworking masterpiece, a brand new desk for your office, and you plan on using your computer, but you don’t want exposed cords making your work space look cluttered or untidy. Using an Oscillating Multi-tool from Bosch, George demonstrates plunge cutting holes in the countertop so these cords have easy access…

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  • How To Install Cabinet Pulls

    How to Install Cabinet Pulls

    So you’ve installed all the cabinets in your kitchen and now it’s time to put the cabinet pulls on the doors. Spike Carlsen shows you how to create and use a jig which will make adding cabinet pulls on your cabinet doors fast and easy, with every pull precisely located.

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  • How to Make Frameless Glass Cabinet Doors

    How to Make Framless Glass Cabinet Doors

    Learn how to make glass cabinet doors using pivot or European-style hinges. You don’t have to shy away from cabinet projects with glass doors, even if you’re a beginner. Or perhaps you’ve always built wooden doors for your cabinet projects and you’d like to try something different. Here’s how you can expand your cabinet making…

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  • Edge Banding Trim Jig

    Edge Banding Trim Jig

    The banding you glue on your sheet should be slightly thicker than the sheet you use. Making it 1/16 in. oversize works well. The trim jig I use fits on the base of a hand-held router equipped with a 3/4 in. straight bit. I made mine out of 1/2 in. x 6 in. x 12…

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  • Squaring Big Parts

    Squaring Big Parts

    Crosscutting lumber with a miter gauge on your tablesaw is a quick process, but there are always size limitations. George Vondriska gives you a tip to gain some extra capacity by borrowing a commercial manufacturing technique for squaring big parts.

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  • How to Make Self Closing Drawer Slides

    Overview: Self-Closing Drawer Slides

    Learn about the benefits of self closing drawer slides in this WoodWorkers Guild of America video.

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  • How to Make Built-In Cabinets

    How to Make Built-In Cabinets

    Make the best use of a small space in your home and build in an office. In this video Paul Mayer walks us through the basics of built-in cabinets construction including doors, drawers, base cabinets and custom fitting counter-top surface to match the contour of your walls. Be sure to check out our ‘Office in…

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  • Trimming Edge Banding on the Router Table

    Trimming Edge Banding on the Router Table

    George Vondriska shows you how to trim edge banding for your woodworking projects using a router table. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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