Joining pieces of wood together is one of the fundamental processes of building furniture, cabinets, and millwork.
Veteran teacher and furniture maker Tim Rousseau demystifies the principles behind the most common joinery systems
See how to use each of the basic power tools to create these joints and understand the proper place for hand tools in the process.
Learn how to pick the combination of power tools and techniques that will work best in your shop and for your projects.
With what you learn in this class you’ll be able to create these joints quickly, elegantly, and repeatably.
Continue on to Tim's next class, Mitered Joinery, which comprehensively covers how to create both frame and carcass miter joints.
These two workshops offer an in-depth and encompassing course of study into joinery for any woodworker.
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From the Editors of Fine Woodworking