By Jillian Duffy. Woodworking. Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 07:38:17 AM.
Now that you’ve found the website you like best, take advantage of what the site has to offer. If they have video tutorials, make sure and look at all of them that might help you with your project. If they offer any computer programs, make sure and download them. After downloading them, look through them to see what they can do and where it might help you. Look through the plans and projects they have available, and decide what you are going to tackle first. (Remember, you’re “starting over”, pick something like that bookcase you were looking at in the store. You can always do something more involved, later on.) Since you took some time, and found a site with great woodworking plans, you know you are off to a good start. Just think, you be sitting in your house, with some annoying neighbor over trying to borrow something, when he notices your new bookcase. He walks over to it and asks: “I haven’t noticed this before, it’s really nice. Where’d you buy it?”
Woodworking can be done as a hobby or even as a profession and there is lots of money to be made in woodworking, but like any profession it takes time to learn and you need a good woodworking plan. A Woodworking plan is having a set of instructions to follow before you start working on the raw wooden pieces that you have. It makes so much sense to know step by step what you are going to do with the wood as you can end up spending so much time, money and energy without a proper guided plan. The best thing about having a woodworking plan is that it gives you step by step instructions so that you can start at any age and it can be a mere pass time or something which gives you deep joy as there is so much creativity involved while building any art.
Finger joints are very strong when compared to the normal dovetail joints because they have more area for gluing. If you are looking for examples of finger joints then they are commonly found in bedroom drawers and commercial cigar boxes ( this will give you a good visual aid for a finger joint ). Most wood joints need certain types of screws or certain types of nails. The woodworking finger joint ( or box joint ) does not require any of these and is just as strong as a nailed/screwed joint once constructed.
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