Final week I confirmed how I made a Kerfmaker jig. I made it to assist me construct some drawers, so on this video I am going to present how I exploit it to make these [More]
Dovetails are sometimes seen as the head of hand device woodworking and the signal of craftsman, normally intimidating learners from making an attempt them. However are they actually that troublesome? This can be a complete [More]
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Woodworking joints: half lap joint, finger joint, dado joint, dovetail joint, dowel bolstered butt joint and mortise and tenon.
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Glen Huey teaches the easy steps to create a mortise and tenon joint utilizing a router. For extra info on joinery, go to: //www.popwood.com/strategies/joinery
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Fast paced step-by-step how-to on cutting dovetails. If you don’t cut dovetails very often and need a quick refresher than this is the tutorial for you. If you’ve never cut dovetails than start here: Dovetail [More]
Because many Japanese houses have few pieces of furniture, the traditional Japanese joints originated as carpentry joints used in the construction of houses. Japanese joints are grouped into two main categories: + Tsugi / splicing [More]
In this video I show you how to make a dowel joint jig that aligns the dowel holes effortlessly. This jig can be made with a few scrap pieces found in your work shop. The [More]
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Learn how to build a basic cabinet drawer using the Dado and Rabbet construction technique. This breakout feature comes from WOOD magazine’s Weekend With WOOD 2015 class, featuring John Olson. Subscribe to the WOOD YouTube [More]
Mortise and tenon is one of the most common wood joints used in building furniture. Rob North teaches you how to make a mortise and tenon joint yourself. Join Craftsman Club to get the latest [More]
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Dogbones! T-Bones! Sniglets! If you’ve ever done any amount CNC design for wood joinery, you know that the rounded inside corners left behind by the router bit can be a struggle. But there are three [More]
An introductory video into hand cutting joinery using a classic style to teach basic concepts. Included are tips in layout, sawing, waste removal, assembly and how to make the classic pillowed pegs of the style.
In another first for Dowelmax, Jim demonstrates what must be the strongest woodworking joint ever achieved! This type of joint was previously used to create a vertical 4×4 support post for a work platform that [More]
In by recent video “Butt Joints” I demonstrated how the glue joint is weak where end grain is butt jointed. Now I take a look at reinforcing these situations, plus how to use butted off-cuts [More]
Finger joint bits are used extensively commercially in CNC machines and commercial shapers, but very seldom in smaller woodworking shops so setting these up is not well documented. This video shows one easy method of [More]