With its solid construction and strong mortise and tenon joinery, the work centre can stand up to any kitchen task. Plus, a large drawer and a pair of slatted shelves offer convenient storage.
The drawers and open shelves on these cases are great for storing and displaying your favorite CDs and keepsakes. But the really interesting feature is the way the cases stack together like building blocks.
despite their elegant looks, the moulded sides of this tray can easily be made in your workshop. And don't worry about assembling the tray. You'll learn how to get perfect results when it comes cutting the compound mitres and gluing up all the
One look at these classic picture frames, and you'll think they came from a custom frame shop. But all three profiles are created with nothing more than a table saw a router. We'll show you how it's done and give you some tips on framing as well.
Here's a project you can build in an evening out of scrap wood. It conveniently hooks over the countertop or work centre and makes an ideal place for rolling pastry dough.
- Cutting coves on a table saw
- Mounting and hanging picture frames
- Compound mitre assembly jig
- Cove sanding block
- Crosscutting large panels