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American Woodworker Editors
Location: Eagan, MN


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  • Tombstone Doors

    Tombstone Doors By Lonnie Bird Through many years studying and building 18th-century furniture, I’ve learned that this era produced countless fine examples of good design. One example is the arched-top door. Often called a tombstone door because...
  • Using Wet Wood

    Q. I'm building outdoor furniture from rough cedar. When I cut the wood, it's soaking wet on the inside. Should I use polyurethane glue since it's a moisture-cure glue? A. Not when the wood is that wet. Polyurethane glue uses moisture to cure...
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    Woodcarving by Jeffery Disko Learn More About Sliding Miter Saws Choosing a Sliding Compound Miter Saw Tool Test: 12" Sliding Compound Miter Saws Tips for Mastering the Miter Saw Mobile Miter Saw Stand Watch "Leapin Lacer" catch some real...
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  • Working with Melamine

    Working with Melamine It's dirt cheap, it's practical, and best of all, there's no sanding and finishing! by Dave Munkittrick Melamine is the professional cabinetmaker’s best friend. Build a cabinet with it and you have a complete, durable...
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