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  1. Joinery for Drawers



    Test fitting drawer dovetail joint


    What's the best joinery method for drawers? The answer: there are several reliable options.

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  2. Dealing with Boards Gapping in Center



    Running the edge of a board across a jointer


    How do you avoid the gap that sometimes forms when edge joining lumber?

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  3. Easiest Way to Make a Scarf Joint?



    Two pieces of lumber joined with a scarf joint


    What is the easiest way to make and hold a scarf joint?

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  4. Mortise-and-Tenon Joinery Skill Builder



    Cleaning a tenon with a small hand plane


    This dynamic duo of interlocking parts has been integral to furniture building throughout history.

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  5. Causes for Floppy Biscuits



    Using biscuit joiner to cut miter slots


    What would cause loose joints from a biscuit cutter and how do you make them stronger?

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  6. Cutting Mortise and Tenon Joints with the Leigh FMT Pro Router Jig



    Leigh Mortise and tenon jig demonstration


    In this Rockler demo we are sharing a video from Woodworker's Journal that demonstrates how you can use a plunge router and the Leigh FMT Pro Frame Mortise and Tenon Jig to cut strong, perfectly fitting mortise and tenon joints in no time. Easily rout single, double, twin, quadruple or even triple mortise and tenon joints, plus angled and compound-angled joints, in stock up to 3" x 5".

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  7. Best Woodworking Joinery Jigs


    These innovative jigs make it easy to create beautiful and strong joints for your woodworking projects.

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  8. 6 Router Jigs Every Woodworker Needs


    These six innovative router jigs make your router or router table even more versatile. These 6 jigs make it possible for your router to cut tight box joints, perfect circles, beautiful dovetail joints, and more! Even a beginning woodworker will be able to safely and quickly produce professional results with these 6 Rockler Router Jigs.

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