…woodworker needs to know about building a workbench, making outfeed tables for shop machines, making work tables and assembly tables, and storage cabinets for tools. 253 pages.
Organize your tools and build cabinet making skills by creating your own small tool cabinet! This 60 minute easy-to-follow production is guided by Fine Woodworking's Garrett Hack, a renowned teacher and furniture maker. Hack takes you step by step through the cabinet-building process, showing you invaluable…
A craftsman's guide to tool chests, cabinets, and storage systems. Fully illustrated guide features 190 color photos of beautifully crafted and ingenious tool storage, as well as measured drawings for more than 25 tool storage projects.Written by Jim Tolpin.Softcover.200 pages.
…223 page reference book has hundreds of photos and plans for chests, window seats, hutches, tables, cabinets, and more. Also includes illustrations that help you every step of the way as you build a beautifully simple project with just a few tools.
…Solution" series features TV personality John Sillaots as he leads you through the various steps needed to build your own custom projects. From cabinets and coffee tables to building your own router table, pocket hole joinery provides a fast, strong and simple approach to tackling your next woodworking…
…Construction methods used include tongue and groove joinery and doweling. Cabinet features basic frame and panel and face frame design. Decorative elements include cove molding and router details. A router and other common workshop tools are needed for construction.Primary building materials include hardwood…
…to put the pieces together to make great furniture.You'll acquire a working knowledge of woodworking materials, a higher control over your work and tools and an understanding of basic design principles.Hardcover, 9-1/4 X 10-7/8 in., 320 pages, with color photosPublished 2001A graphic, step-by-step presentation…
The one book every cabinetmaker needs to own! Build any cabinet imaginable, in any size, and with lightning speed. All you need are common workshop tools, a sheet of plywood, and this ingenious book.From Popular Woodworking.Written by Jeffrey Piontkowski.Hardcover.256 pages.
Master the most versatile tool in your shop! Your router is capable of shaping profiles, making duplicate copies, flush-trimming, and cutting nearly every joint used to build cabinets and furniture. This comprehensive guide from the editors of Fine Woodworking will show you how best to put that router…