Index to my The Home Handyman articles

Articles flagged with an * are router related.

2010

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Hide those holes - add the finishing touch to pocket-hole joinery *

Round those corners - simple pattern routing *

Soften the edges - round overs, coves and chamfers *

Cross-cut jig - trimming ends, cutting rebates and dados *

Fine furniture and man-made boards

Trimming hardwood edging on man-made boards *

Using the router table as a mini jointer *

 

2009

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Trimming long-grain edges *

What type of workbench do I need?

Why do we need jigs?

Raising a couch by adding legs

Clamping stands *

Safe cross cutting when using stops

Routing recesses for patches and inlays *

Hardware for jigs - T-nuts and threaded inserts *

Thicknessing short pieces safely

Caring for router bits *

Using a syringe to glue small cracks
Mineral vs genuine turpentine

 

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