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Joinery


  • by Ian Kirby

    A standard shoulder plane can make short work of cutting out end grain rabbets from wood like mahogany after a starting mark from a cutting tool.

  • by Rockler

    Log Furniture is a classic piece of Americana, and with the Rockler Log Tenon Maker or Lumberjack Cutters, you can create stunning pieces.

  • by Rockler

    Adding mitered corners to a raised panel door can be a tricky and sometimes unnecessary step, but a bit of skill will make a strong joint.

  • by Rockler

    Dovetail jigs are starting to come down in price, making perfect machine cut dovetail joints more popular and available for home woodworkers.

  • by Rockler

    Master woodworker Ian Kirby explains when he believes it is ok to use biscuit joinery and when mortise and tenons are more appropriate.

  • by Rockler

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

  • by Rockler

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

  • by Rockler

    When should you use a doweling joint? How about a biscuit joint? What's the best style joinery for your woodworking project?

  • by Rockler

    Kreg jigs are synonymous with pocket hole joinery is this pocket hole quick change adapter set makes using Kreg jigs even easier.

  • by Rockler

    Master woodworkers Ian Kirby, Ellis Walentine, Rob Johnstone and Michael Dresdner offer advice on making strong end-to-end board joinery.
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