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Woodcraft Magazine covers the Projects, Techniques, and Products of woodworking like no one else! Each issue is packed with stories from our expert project designers, builders, writers and...

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Woodcraft Magazine covers the Projects, Techniques, and Products of woodworking like no one else! Each issue is packed with stories from our expert project designers, builders, writers and consultants to help you work wood successfully and add to your woodworking skills and knowledge. Besides Projects, Techniques and Projects, you’ll visit a unique woodshop, collect new shop tips and patterns, and learn more about the wood used to build an issue project.

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Swing into spring with this easy-to-build “Adirondack Glider”. Or build this “All-Purpose Kitchen Cabinet” and put your kitchen gear in its place. Need some “Shop Mallets”? We’ll show you how to make your own unique versions for less money. Also rout precision mortises for loose-tenon joints with this rail-guided shop made “Slot Mortising Jig”.Techniques in this issue: “Using Chisels” and “Spraying Made Simple” – Before you reach for your gun, read this. Simple steps ensure a smooth spraying session and flawless finish.Tool features include: “Hot New Tools and Accessories” and “ Well Stocked Shop: Squares.” Don’t let crooked creep into your work. Stock up on the tools you’ll need for project layouts, project assembles, and tool setups.

Articles & Blogs

Routingjuicegroove1

Various methods may be used in cutting a blood groove or juice channel in a cutting board.  Here is one way it can be done.  This cutting board was created with some exotic woods about 6 years ago and found in an attic.  At the time there were no handles or blood grooves cut into the board.   It found it’s way to my desk after handles were added with a request to add a juice channel for meat cutting.  It was decided to add the channel on one side only, leaving the opposite side for vegetable cutting use.

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