Trimwork & Cabinetry
Heavy-duty drawer hardware and a simple cabinet turns a blind corner into roll-out storage
The key to fine carpentry: smart shortcuts
Two Japanese carpenters demonstrate the mortise joinery used to assemble a built-up beam. The claim is that the joined beam is as strong as a solid one.
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Two ways to spice up stock cabinets
Wall cabinets have a quiet and important job description: Hold heavy glassware and ceramics up in the air. Do not peel away from the wall—just sit there and look pretty.
Five ways to draw circles
Angled cabinets with wiring chases, prebuilt, installed, and dressed up with moldings.
Angled and tapered legs make a saddle for the tapered top
New design improves battery and cartridge installation. If Cordless trim nailers fit your workflow, this gun is a good bet
An icon of Craftsman joinery, the pegged mortise, faceted with a file and chisel
Target practice is a favorite desktop diversion of many a desk jockey. Turns out it can be a bench top diversion as well.
A rather biased view on whether or not to use biscuit joiners for slab glue-ups—but what do you really think, Jesse?
Don't forget to add the drywall thickness to the kitchen plan dimensions for an accurate framing layout. Kitchen plans indicate finished dimensions, not rough.