Basic Box Making, Volume 10
Box making is perfect for beginning woodworkers interested in gaining skills, experimenting with design, and feeling satisfaction at a project that can be completed without the time and expense commitment of a bigger project. This book will offer basic designs, as well as many variations to teach different woodworking techniques while the reader creates a practical item or a gift that will become an heirloom. While this book will be enjoyed by beginners, it will also be great for any woodworker interested in small projects that can be done in a weekend with wood leftover from another project.
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adjust align angle Assemble the box attach bandsaw belt sander blade height block in place block to cut bottom panel box joints box photo box sides chamfering chisel corners countersink crosscut cut photo cut the lid dado blade dovetails dowels dozuki drill bit drill press end grain figured woods fingers finish the cut flip the stock front and back glue sets guide pin hardwood hidden splines hold holes install kerf key slots length lid and base lid frame lift lid marking gauge marking-gauge line match measure mesquite miter gauge miter joints miter keys mortise pencil perfect fit piece Plane position predrill pull rabbet Raise the blade resawing roundover bit rout router bit router table runner sand screws scrollsaw set the fence shape Spread glue square stop block story stick support arms tablesaw to cut tape tearout template thickness top panel tray supports trim Walnut width wood wooden hinges