Xhaleaj 8 replies

What kind of wood is best to us for dovetail practice? Pine is cheap, but doesn’t really translate to most nice woods because it’s so soft, but I don’t want to spend a lot of money on practice wood. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

lightweightladylefty 15 replies

No, they weren’t hand cut. I have a really rinky-dink dovetail jig that is impossible to set up for consistently accurate dovetails. I had already made 2 of the 7 drawers for my current project and neither of them was even close to perfect. I...

Mark44 13 replies

Got the email with the following message… “WoodworkingWeb Awards: Dovetail Joint The Awards entry period is over and we ended up with 7 entries. Now it’s time to pick your top 5 list and cast your vote. Voting deadline is on Apr 30, 2016 at...

Steve66 12 replies

Old Tools???

What is your favorite old tool that you still use in the shop? Mine would have to be a 1966 Dodds dovetailer that I rebuilt.For machine cut dovetails its amazing!

Mtrac 8 replies

I'm Mike

Hi, I’m Mike. Thanks for letting me join the forum. I’ve been a long time tool owner, but consider myself a real beginner when it comes to woodworking. I’ve decided to put the stuff in my garage to use instead of just gathering dust. I don’t...