Which method is better—by hand or machine?
First-time attempts at joints this woodworker has never seen before
All you need to build this table is biscuits, bowties, Festools, and straight edges...
"Seventh-grade shop was probably the most fun I had in all my school days. That was kind of the beginning of my woodworking career. Here I am, decades later, still sort of in seventh-grade shop."
A film on the many aspects of woodworking that go into building things with wood—including a pre-robot look at technology displacing workers
Use scraps to offset the straight edge allowing you to cut each edge of the dado with opposite edges of a router bit
Hey Samurai, Aren't you afraid of expansion and contraction? Samurai: "No, I am not afraid of expansion and contraction, and here's why..."
Nice boxes, no-shift
"For those of you who don't already know the benefits of using guide bushings on your router and simple templates made out of scrap MDF—here's how it goes."
Composite decking machines smoothly, joins well, and resists weather with the best of 'em.
It is time to think about the fact that many carpentry jobs may be automated—soon
One way to build drawer boxes fast, efficient, and repeatable
Architectural salvage leads the design direction of a door in need of replacement
A flexible drill bit you can knock together in your shop
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.
Deep roots in the community has its benefits
Whatever it takes
A secret weapon in the war on loose joints: 2P-10 a two-part glue that dries in ten seconds.
You are 20 bucks away from a speaker that rocks
Joint a step and use a plywood sled to plane a parallel surface, flip, repeat.