How to Build Drawers Step By Step
Want to learn how to build drawers? Whether you are looking to build drawers under a be, in a closet, or for kitchen cabinets; Woodworkers Guild of American has the videos and tutorials you need to walk you through step by step. Lock joints, finger joints, and dovetail jigs are all covered. Take a look!
Everyone loves the handsome, distinguished look of dovetails, and on top of that they are an extremely strong, durable joint. Half blind dovetails are commonly used in drawer construction, and when overlay doors are desired, a rabbeted half blind joint is used. Using a dovetail jig and router is definitely the way to go when… Read more »Watch Now >>
If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to build rock solid drawers, we’ve got exactly what you need on how to build drawers. All it takes is a router table, a slot cutting router bit and a little practice, and you’ll be building perfect drawers in no time. Drawers Get Abused Drawers take… Read more »Watch Now >>
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… Read more »Watch Now >>
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… Read more »Watch Now >>
Dovetails are widely viewed in the woodworking world as a mark of premium craftsmanship. Cutting them with variable spacing creates a strong visual appeal, and the appearance of a hand-cut approach. Master woodworker George Vondriska demonstrates how to use a router, dovetail jig and guide block to make concentric variable spaced dovetail joints without the… Read more »Watch Now >>
Router bit tearout is a nasty problem when you’re cutting dovetails. So master woodworker George Vondriska shows you how to avoid this devastating problem when completing your woodworking projects by using a technique on a dovetail jig called climb cutting.Watch Now >>