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Woodworking News


  • by Rockler

    Woodworking.com Forum Users weigh in on what "fine" woodwork actually means and what techniques and materials you can use to make your next project "fine."

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    The fence that came with your table saw probably isn't the best, so Rockler introduces a solid, movable hold-down fence for your saw.

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    Woodworking experts John Brock, Richard Jones and Carol Reed offer their advice for the best way to cut hinge mortises without a mallet.

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    Zero clearance inserts help stabilize cuts and prevent tear-out, but the insert that comes with most saws could be upgraded with a home-made insert.

  • by Rockler

    If routers aren't an option for you to make an attractive line of cove cuts on your project, consider a table saw with one of these jigs.

  • by Rockler

    Woodworkers debate the merits of the two most common brands of wood glue, Titebond and Gorilla Glue, and how wood glue is used in projects.

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    Using ammonia fumes to help recolor some types of wood, and our experts offer advice on how to do this accurately and safely.

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    A surprisingly large percentage of people buy a router and never use it or only use it once, why is this and how can it change?

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    Undersized router bits, test cuts and specialized dado blades will help you cut and size your dado joints to match your plywood.

  • by Rockler

    Woodworking experts Ian Kirby, Ellis Walentine and Rob Johnstone explain the math and design behind a perfectly formed table apron.
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