A standard woodworking operation, biscuit joinery is one of the strongest, fastest, and most accurate ways to join hard and soft woods, plywood, composition board, etc.—replacing many traditional techniques such as doweling, mortises, and tenons. Now there’s a quick and easy MLCS system for it!
If you’d like to incorporate dovetails into your work, the MLCS Dovetail Jig is just the thing to get you started. It’s easy to use and will allow you to produce perfect-fitting dovetails in just minutes!
Learn how to add an attractive and durable edge to your cabinet doors and shelf edges with edge banding in this how-to video demonstration!
Standard base plates are usually nothing more than pieces of plastic attached to the bottom of a router; but not the OnPoint Laser Guided Router Plate!…
Combining dovetail patterns with vertical staves yields a unique combination of joinery. Here we combine the joinery with a lathe to create a tapered vase.
To create a strong and good-looking box joint, we walk through one of the easiest and fastest ways: using our specially designed router bit!
Since we offer the perfect tools to create the drawer lock joint – suitable for building the most common drawers – here’s a video demoing how to do so!
Learn how to create a simple column with the rabbet miter joint and our Rabbeting Miter Joint Router Bit Set in this project demonstration!
A rabbet miter joint is just what it sounds like: a miter joint with a rabbet. Here’s how to use our Rabbeting Miter Joint Router Bit Set to make a column!
With the MLCS Router Inlay Set If you’re looking for a way to add some “pop” to a woodworking project, creating wood inlays might