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  1. Building a Cherry Wood Sideboard in the Thos. Moser and Shaker-Style / Rockler How-to

    Building a Cherry Wood Sideboard in the Thos. Moser and Shaker-Style / Rockler How-to

    …router. Square up the ends of the dadoes with a chisel. Rout corresponding dadoes in the two side assemblies. Finish constructing the parts by hand planing off and saw marks and inconsistencies with a few passes. The two cupboard compartments (behind the doors) have adjustable shelves. Now is the…

  2. How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    …work, you can build a finger plane stylish enough to display on the mantelpiece and tough enough to plow its way through the most demanding job in your shop. What You Need For the finger plane diagram and materials list, click here for the PDF. Constructing this plane requires use of some tools and…

  3. How to Build a Mobile Tool Storage and Sharpening Cart / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Mobile Tool Storage and Sharpening Cart / Rockler How-to

    …groove. Lock the fence 3/8" away from the blade, and test the setup to be certain that the plywood fits properly in the groove you are plowing. Go ahead and plow grooves for the drawer bottoms in all four pieces of each drawer box. Next, with the same dado head in the saw, use your miter gauge with…

  4. Building an Arts and Crafts Style Screen Door / Rockler How-to

    Building an Arts and Crafts Style Screen Door / Rockler How-to

    plane, I grabbed a 1/2" Forstner bit and drilled little round mortises on the inside face of the panel. Then I drilled 5/16" holes through the stock at the center of those little mortises. With the panel subassembly complete, I was ready to test fit it in the main door (I suggest using a block plane

  5. Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    …bottom, to leave a tongue that's centered relative to the panel's thickness. Make the two breadboard ends next, cutting each from stock planed to 13/16" thick. Plow a 3/16" -wide, 1/2"-plus deep groove down the length of one edge of each end piece, locating the groove so the bottom of the center…

  6. How to Build an Arts and Crafts White Oak Blanket Chest / Rockler How-to

    How to Build an Arts and Crafts White Oak Blanket Chest / Rockler How-to

    …of the bottom side rails. Then I stepped up to the band saw and sliced the curve onto the rails. After I had trued up the shapes using a sander, plane and a bunch of elbow grease, I transferred that shape onto the remaining two rails and repeated the procedure. When you've machined the chest's…

  7. How to Build a Mission-Style Coffee Table in the Arts and Crafts Tradition / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Mission-Style Coffee Table in the Arts and Crafts Tradition / Rockler How-to

    …before with the legs, I made up a couple of extra test pieces. After laminating the stock together, plow the rails on a table saw so you can put the slats and spacers together. The next step is plowing the grooves that hold the slats in the inner faces of the legs and the rails. I used a dado blade…

  8. Build a Dentil Pattern Picture Frame with Your Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    Build a Dentil Pattern Picture Frame with Your Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    …rails and stiles will require 1-1â 4"-thick stock to accommodate the deep dentil inlay and the broad outer cove shape. I bought some 8/4 cherry and planed it down. Don't try to save a buck by face-gluing thinner stock â you could end up with a glue line in the cove area ... not a good look. After…

  9. Classic Shaker-Style Drop-Leaf Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Classic Shaker-Style Drop-Leaf Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …up, I went to work at the bench with my planes, cleaning up all the surfaces prior to assembly. I found that the figured maple hand-planed surprisingly well. I set the plane for an ultra-fine shaving and used a freshly sharpened iron. During planing, I skewed my cuts a fair amount to further…

  10. Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Wall-Mounted Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …17) to hide the plys. Cut these carcass parts to size and apply the banding with glue and clamps. Carefully rout, plane or sand the the banding flush with the part faces and ends. Plow your stopped and through dadoes using a slotted router jig, using a 1" O.D. rub collar and a 23/32 plywood cutting…

  11. Home Media Center Project / Rockler How-to

    Home Media Center Project / Rockler How-to

    …age-old tradition to reinforce pieces that have to endure heavy loads like this media center. I decided to spline the mitered front corners and plowed dadoes for the cross members, then used a fun little trick called glue blocks to reinforce all the corners. As woodworkers through the ages can…

  12. Building a Simple Corner Bathroom Cabinet / Rockler How-to

    Building a Simple Corner Bathroom Cabinet / Rockler How-to

    …chamfer depth to leave a 3/8" flat plane on the edge. On the third stile, this chamfer should be put on two matching edges. For the corner cabinet diagrams and materials list in PDF format, click here. Each of these chamfered edges now needs a centered groove plowed along its entire length. This is…

  13. How to Build a Modern Arts and Crafts Entertainment Center / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Modern Arts and Crafts Entertainment Center / Rockler How-to

    …cabinet front. Thickness the smaller shelves to the width of the dadoes, making a relief with on the underside edge with a block plane. After I finished those dadoes, I plowed the slots for the game case shelves. It was now time to install the two end panels. To stabilize them until the top had been…

  14. Workshop Benchtop Planer Cart Project / Rockler How-to

    Workshop Benchtop Planer Cart Project / Rockler How-to

    …the shelf supports to house the crosspiece. Plow them 3/8" deep and centered on the part lengths. The three end pieces and crosspiece are vital to the cart's carcass, as it needs to hold up under the weight of both the planer and any lumber you are planing. Tote all of your carcass parts over to the…

  15. Sandor Nagyszalanczy Selects a Plunge Router and a Trim Router for His Wood Shop / Rockler How-to

    Sandor Nagyszalanczy Selects a Plunge Router and a Trim Router for His Wood Shop / Rockler How-to

    …first router, a shiny, all cast-aluminum Rockwell Speedmatic D-handle. What manly joy it gave me to trigger that tool on and hear it scream as it plowed through a thick plank like a John Deere tractor furrowing a field. Now, several decades later, an embarrassment of router riches graces my power…

  16. How to Build a Modern Wenge Wood Country Table / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Modern Wenge Wood Country Table / Rockler How-to

    …additional accents. But, after looking at Jeff's CAD drawings of the table, it occurred to me that a 3/4" x 3/4" accent strip, turned 45° to the plane of the top, might bring some visual interest to the piece. I blame this kind of thinking on master woodworker Ian Kirby, who has influenced my design…

  17. Building a Period-Style Queen Anne Highboy, Part Two / Rockler How-to

    Building a Period-Style Queen Anne Highboy, Part Two / Rockler How-to

    …into a groove milled into the rail and the back is secured with a single fat screw. After planing the surplus length from the ends of the upper case's pins and tails, I prepped the drawer rails. First, I plowed grooves on the back side of each rail â grooves which would later accept a tongue on…

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