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The Best Carpentry Tips and Advice--Holding trim in place and marking it is always more accurate than measuring, often faster and it eliminates mistakes. This is good advice for other types of carpentry work too, like siding, laying shingles and sometimes even framing.

The Best Carpentry Tips and Advice--Holding trim in place and marking it is always more accurate than measuring, often faster and it eliminates mistakes. This is good advice for other types of carpentry work too, like siding, laying shingles and sometimes even framing.

We tested more than 50 router-table accessories—here's the best of the bunch.

We tested more than 50 router-table accessories—here's the best of the bunch.

Picture of How to Cut Perfect Circles with A Table Saw

Picture of How to Cut Perfect Circles with A Table Saw

Expert tips for marking, cutting and fine-tuning curves

Expert tips for marking, cutting and fine-tuning curves

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Workbench and Workshop Furniture and Storage Plans - Find free, DIY projects for your shop or studio.

Workbench and Workshop Furniture and Storage Plans - Find free, DIY projects for your shop or studio.

Woodworkers, find the free plans you need on this list of hundreds of furniture designs and building guides from top woodworkers and publishers.

Woodworkers, find the free plans you need on this list of hundreds of furniture designs and building guides from top woodworkers and publishers.

Tablesaw Tapering Jig

Tablesaw Tapering Jig

Elegant Tabletop Fasteners By Tom Caspar   On my best work, I want the bottom of my project to look as good as the top. That’s when I make an old-fashioned set of wooden tabletop fasteners, or “buttons,” rather than use the modern stamped-steel type. A button allows a solid-wood top to expand and contract through the seasons. When the top’s grain runs parallel to the rail, the button slides …

Elegant Tabletop Fasteners By Tom Caspar On my best work, I want the bottom of my project to look as good as the top. That’s when I make an old-fashioned set of wooden tabletop fasteners, or “buttons,” rather than use the modern stamped-steel type. A button allows a solid-wood top to expand and contract through the seasons. When the top’s grain runs parallel to the rail, the button slides …

How to: drop leaf table, invisible joint

How to: drop leaf table, invisible joint