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Sketchup® Guide for Woodworkers: Advanced Techniques

Master the intricate world of 3D modeling with the SketchUp® Guide for Woodworkers: Advanced Techniques. This SketchUp® Guide is geared for amateur and professional woodworkers with a basic knowledge of the SketchUp® computer-based drawing/modeling software, who want to use it for more challenging work. You'll learn to build scaled 3D models of projects--including dimensions, joinery, design ...

The Woodburner Handbook

Everything you need to know about woodburning stoves, all in one warm and toasty guidebook. Woodburning stoves are hot! And it’s easy to see why. They save money on fuel, they’re a carbon-neutral way to heat your home and they look positively beautiful in your kitchen or family room. The Woodburner Handbook is your log on the fire of knowledge, teaching you everything you need to know about ...

Woodland Craft

Celebrate the splendor of wood with these wood-crafting projects. From simple woven panels to making a functional yurt, Woodland Craft features an array of easy-to-follow projects that include crafts for the farm, garden, wood fuel, building and domestic use. In fact, there’s something here to satisfy all your project desires! Green wood – wood that has been recently cut and is therefore still ...

Fine Woodworking's Limbert-Inspired Coffee Table Plan

This coffee table was inspired by The Charles P. Limbert Co.'s Table 153, designed when the coffee table as a furniture form didn't yet exist. Kevin Rodel took that classic table and reconfigured it for today's home. The signature crisp-cornered square cutouts and gridwork for the end panels and shelf may look complicated, but Rodel's tricks for assembly make it easy to get a perfect grain match ...

Fine Woodworking's Ultimate Shaker Workbench Plan

Inspired by the workbench at Hancock Shaker Village, this bench has a big, heavy base with drawers for all of your hand tools, and a beefy hard-maple top. There is a twin-screw vise on the front apron, with enough space between the screws to dovetail most furniture parts. A sliding board jack supports boards for edge planing, or for when you need to dovetail a part that’s too big for the vise. ...

Fine Woodworking on Hand Tools

Now back in print! To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Fine Woodworking, the Taunton Press is re-releasing a number of classic titles from the early days of the magazine. Long out of print, the books are filled with expert information that's as timeless now as when it was first published. Sophisticated new power tools come and go, but fundamental wood-working skill begins and ends with hand ...

Fine Woodworking on Joinery

The really hard problem in woodworking is making strong corners with nothing but flat sticks. The trees have the answer: they just grow a branch. The cabinetmaker has to fake it, by cutting and neatly fitting a joint. This book is largely about how to make the sturdy workhorse of the cabinetmaking art, the mortise and tenon joint. In 36 articles from Fine Woodworking magazine, experienced ...

Fine Woodworking on Marquetry and Veneer

Beautiful wood is precious and has to be used sparingly. Hence the art of veneering, in which rare woods are sliced or sawn into thin leaves and then glued onto a substructure of more common material. The allied art of marquetry consists of making pictures - often to adorn elegant, veneered furniture - from a palette of colorful wood veneers. In this collection of 38 articles from Fine ...

Fine Woodworking on Planes and Chisels

Well-sharpened planes and chisels may be the most important tools in the woodworking shop. They can be used to make a rough board flat and smooth, to cut slickly fitting joints, or to shape a delicate edge. In this collection of 29 articles from Fine Woodworking magazine, expert craftsmen explain how they choose, sharpen, and use every kind of plane and chisel. There's advice on tool ...

Fine Woodworking on The Small Workshop

For some woodworkers, the shop is just a place to get the work done. For others, it requires as much planning and consideration as the work itself. No matter how simple or sophisticated the place where you do your woodworking, you're sure to find some new ideas on shop setup in this collection of 41 articles from Fine Woodworking magazine. Included here are discussions of floor layouts, plans ...

Fine Woodworking Video Workshop Series - Pedestal Dining Table

The perfect balance of strength and elegance. Now you can build a modern, central-column table that's made for every day. Woodworker Timothy Rousseau's pedestal dining table offers a unique approach beyond the traditional leg and apron table design. Made of walnut and featuring a central column joined together using a combination of lap joints and traditional mortise-and-tenon joints, this table ...

Fine Woodworking's Maple Cupboard Plan

Modeled after a small cupboard originally made at a Shaker Colony in Enfield, Conn., this cabinet's simple, clean lines give it a refined, country look. Matt Kenney modified the original design, making the face frames narrower and adding two interior drawers. Construction is straightforward, with a dovetailed case and a frame-and-panel door, but there are a few quirks to the design that make ...

The Knot Handbook

Master the essential skill of tying the appropriate knot. Let's be honest: adhesive tape and Velcro have their uses, but they have not rendered knots redundant; no technological advance ever will. That's why it's essential to know how to tie not only the useful ones but also the beautiful ones. And that's what The Knot Handbook will show you. Fifty knots you won't be able to live without. Some ...

Fine Woodworking 2015 Magazine Archive

40 years of how-to projects, tips, techniques, and tools to make you a better woodworker. The Fine Woodworking Magazine Archive is a tool no shop should be without. In one amazingly easy-to-search disc, you'll enjoy 40 years of content from our award-winning magazine. That's all 251 issues of Fine Woodworking, starting with Issue #1 and including all the issues from 2015. You'll get the classic ...

Fine Woodworkings Video Workshop Series - Ultimate Shaker Workbench

Inspired by the workbench at Hancock Shaker Village, this bench has a big, heavy base with drawers for all of your hand tools, and a beefy hard-maple top. There is a twin-screw vise on the front apron, with enough space between the screws to dovetail most furniture parts. A sliding board jack supports boards for edge planing, or for when you need to dovetail a part that's too big for the vise. ...