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Exploit empty wall space with attractive display shelves you can create from both stock and shop-made moldings. Building these mantelpiece shelves is a great way to get big impact from a small amount of lumber. This durable entry bench provides a comfortable seat with plenty of storage below. We include instructions on how to build and install drawers in the top tier of openings. Personalize your bench with your favorite painted finish for the base and solid wood top. Transform your tablesaw into a joint-making machine. Paul Anthony’s tenoning jig is sturdy, accurate, easy to use and straightforward to build. A must-have jig for any saw with a Biesemeyer-style fence. Most dollhouses are quickly outgrown. Not this model. Architectural details provide the right residential qualities, but the rooms are ready to hold more grown-up items when the time comes. This is a great gift that’s sure to keep on giving. Put wall space to work with simple, elegant peg racks you can make in different sizes and styles. Woodworking refinements you can add include beaded edges and routed keyhole slots that hide mounting screws. Twin-Blade Joinery is an innovative tablesaw technique that will enable you to cut tenons, tongues, and spline slots – faster and more accurately than ever before. Get started with a pair of identical blades, zero-clearance inserts, and the expert advice in this article. Jigs are essential to improve the accuracy and efficiency of many woodworking operations. To make them, it helps to have the right materials on hand. Our toolkit includes all the essentials, from materials and adhesives to hardware and hold-downs.

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