• Tapering Furniture Legs on a Band Saw
    4:52

    Here’s a simple way to produce tapers for furniture legs. No specialized jigs required. Just a band saw equipped with the right blade, and you’re good to go. Related Videos: Making A Tapered Leg Jig Using A Table Saw Laying Out A Two-Sided Tapered Leg

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  • How to Make a Tapered Leg - Four Sided
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    A four-sided taper looks very delicate on a piece of furniture. Follow these lay out rules to make sure the leg looks good, but still has plenty of strength. Related Video: Laying Out a Two-Sided Tapered Leg

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  • Laying Out a Two-Sided Tapered Leg
    2:48

    When laying out two-sided tapers for furniture there are some design rules to follow to make sure the legs look nice. This videos provides what you need to know to have nice looking legs. Related Video: Laying Out a Four-Sided Tapered Leg

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  • Drawer Installation Tips
    2:06

    Mechanical drawer slides make it easy to open and close a drawer, but you’ve got to insert the drawer correctly to make sure you don’t destroy the slide and end up with bearings all over the floor. Check out these drawer installation tips. Relevant Links: DIY Drawers: Lock-Joint DIY Dresser: Attaching Drawer Fronts DIY Dresser:

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  • Using Screw Pockets and Screw Pocket Jigs
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    Screw pockets or pocket holes are perfect for piecing together the rails and stiles of a face frame. By using a step drill and a specialized screw pocket jig, you can easily create screw pockets on your next woodworking project. Related video: Choosing the Correct Screw Pocket Screw

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  • How to Dish Out a Stool Seat - Woodworking Video
    9:49

    Watch this video and learn how to make a stool seat with a comfortable contour using a rounded router bit and shopmade patterns. In woodworking we call this process “dishing out”– making something concave, like a dish. Why dish out the seat? If you’ve ever had to sit on a flat wooden stool seat for

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  • Making a Tapered Leg Jig Using a Table Saw
    8:47

    George Vondriska teaches you how to create a simple custom-dimension tapered leg jig for your woodworking projects that require tapered chair or table legs. He walks you through the building process, demonstrating the proper technique for transferring a cut angle from your leg to the jig, adding a retaining block to the bottom, and attaching

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  • Creating a Wooden Hinge for a Gate Leg Table
    7:52

    Discover how to make wooden hinges for a gateleg table, hinged-lid blanket chest or other furniture projects. Watch as we teach you how to set up your tablesaw with a shop-made fence that guides your workpiece past a dado head blade, creating perfect teeth and sockets. And this wooden hinge is just the beginning. WWGOA’s

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  • Boring the Hinge Pin into the Wooden Hinge for a Gate Leg Table
    3:47

    George Vondriska teaches you how to properly drill a hole for the hinge pin that allows a wooden hinge to pivot. He shows you how to use a white charcoal pencil and a square to find the center on the wood, and he likes to use an extra long drill bit and the quarter-inch slot

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