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Tilt-Top Tabletop Profile

Tilt-Top Tabletop Profile [unable to retrieve full-text content] Tom uses two different router bits to profile the edge of the round tabletopPublished at Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:34:05...
Wille Sundqvist

Wille Sundqvist

Wille Sundqvist On Sunday, June 3, 2018, word of Wille Sundqvist’s passing made its way through the internet. I’m not usually personally affected by the passing of a celebrity, (yes, in my world Wille was a celebrity) but this one stung. It isn’t often that a lineage...
Effecting a Serpentine Shaped Drawer in SketchUp

Effecting a Serpentine Shaped Drawer in SketchUp

Effecting a Serpentine Shaped Drawer in SketchUp The Exploded Drawer I’m finishing an English 18th C. Serpentine Chest, circa 1750. The primary wood is Honduran Mahogany and secondary, Monterey Pine. Crotch mahogany veneer is used on the Drawer Fronts. Here is a...
Rough Cut: Bow-Front Cabinet in Ash (802)

Rough Cut: Bow-Front Cabinet in Ash (802)

Rough Cut: Bow-Front Cabinet in Ash (802) In this episode of Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking, host Tom McLaughlin uses American ash from his back woods to create a hanging bow front cabinet featuring hand-crafted proud dovetails and a hidden magnet door catch. He’ll...
Strategies For Building Stronger Furniture

Strategies For Building Stronger Furniture

Strategies For Building Stronger Furniture Synopsis: Building a long chest of drawers with legs at each end but no supports in between doesn’t require an engineering degree, but it does require an understanding of the forces that act upon a piece of furniture. When...

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