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  1. Using Miter Joints to Assemble Picture Frames, Shadow Boxes, Moldings and More / Rockler How-to

    Using Miter Joints to Assemble Picture Frames, Shadow Boxes, Moldings and More / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Using Miter Joints to Assemble Picture Frames, Shadow Boxes, Moldings and More Using Miter Joints to Assemble Picture Frames, Shadow Boxes, Moldings and More posted on April 1, 2009 by Sandor Nagyszalanczy An interior spline increases the gluing surface area of a standard miter joint, and…

  2. Remodeling Cabinet Doors with Frame and Panel Styles and New Hardware / Rockler How-to

    Remodeling Cabinet Doors with Frame and Panel Styles and New Hardware / Rockler How-to

    …cabinet doors to order for you. So if you just want to make the boxes, you can order the doors to fit. Combination doors allow you to add color and different woods together in the frames and panels Cabinet doors are so much more than just box covers, especially with Euro-style cabinetry. Doors (and…

  3. Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Understanding Furniture Layout Proportions / Rockler How-to

    Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Understanding Furniture Layout Proportions / Rockler How-to

    …complex, have the effect of creating highlights and shadows. That's what they do, and that's why we use them. When you look at a molding, you may not be able to immediately visualize its section, but you will see its effect in the highlights and shadows it makes. Such is the case on the front edge…

  4. How to Renovate a Wall Cabinet with Maple Veneers and Paneling / Rockler How-to

    How to Renovate a Wall Cabinet with Maple Veneers and Paneling / Rockler How-to

    …his drawer boxes in the refinished cabinet, so he cut off 3/8" of the drawer's front. Initially, I had thought I would remake the drawers entirely for this project. It would take little time and they would be brand spanking new. But after a bit, I decided to keep the old drawer boxes â for…

  5. How to Use Cove, Chamfer, and Rabbet Cut Reveals to Create Shadow Lines / Rockler How-to

    How to Use Cove, Chamfer, and Rabbet Cut Reveals to Create Shadow Lines / Rockler How-to

    …router, the resulting edge recesses add a nice little shadow line where the drawers meet the face frames, making an otherwise ordinary flat surface look more dimensional. In box construction, a small chamfer is useful for creating a shadow line reveal, and can be cut with with a hand plane. Another…

  6. Creating a Eucalyptus Wood Bandsaw Box / Rockler How-to

    Creating a Eucalyptus Wood Bandsaw Box / Rockler How-to

    …it or not, I prefer to do this by hand using a sanding block. I round over all the edges of the box and drawers to provide soft shadow lines. (This also helps to hide small inconsistencies in the box's profile.) When the sanding was done (all the way through 220-grit), I chose an oil finish, because…

  7. Selecting Wood for Raised Panel Doors / Rockler How-to

    Selecting Wood for Raised Panel Doors / Rockler How-to

    …(quartered) wood, but lacking access to that, simply choose well. "As for being dry enough, I would be skeptical about the moisture content of box store wood, as you don't know how it was shipped or stored. Either check it with a moisture meter, or let it acclimate in your kitchen.…

  8. More Digital Accuracy from Wixey / Rockler How-to

    More Digital Accuracy from Wixey / Rockler How-to

    …product, it has proved it's worth time and time again. It has made precise setup effortless. I recently needed to cut some dovetail splines for a shadow box project I was making. The splines needed to be cut at a precise 14 degree angle to match the dovetail slots. With the Digital Angle Gauge, it…

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

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

    …this approach adds a unifying element, not only to the drawers in a single case piece but also to all drawers made by my hand. Starting with the Big Box To hold the 2"-wide drawer rails in place, the author cut a 1"-deep dovetail with a bandsaw, then marked the edge of the case and cut the sockets…

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