Part 9 - In this final episode Ralph trims the top to size and assembles the table Subscribers Only
Part 8 - After cutting the tenons the next stage is to halve them so that they overlap each other inside the mortices Subscribers Only
Part 7 - Cutting the tenons by hand Subscribers Only
Part 6 - The next stage involves marking out the tenons Subscribers Only
Part 5 - In this episode Ralph chops out the mortices by hand Subscribers Only
Part 4 - In this next installment Ralph marks the mortices ready for cutting Subscribers Only
Part 3 - Having cut the legs to length Ralph uses a sharp plane and shooting board to trim them to exact dimensions Subscribers Only
Part 2 - Ralph glues up the top and cuts the legs to length
Part 1 - in this video series Ralph Laughton shows you how to build a solid oak hall table
Make this super chest of drawers which won Eric Coates the Woodworker of the Year competition Subscribers Only
Mixed with a dash of Shaker and a pinch of Arts & Crafts lends flavour to Martin Aplin's cabinet Subscribers Only
Keith Smith looks at the different types of kitchen cabinets available and how shows how to build them.
If you’re going to use MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard) to make your kitchen cabinets, follow The Keith Smith's trade guide to cutting and jointing.
These simple shelves provide an ideal opportunity to practice through dovetails.
Part 5 - In this episode Ralph chops out the mortices by hand
Part 6 - The next stage involves marking out the tenons
Part 7 - Cutting the tenons by hand
Part 8 - After cutting the tenons the next stage is to halve them so that they overlap each other inside the mortices
Part 9 - In this final episode Ralph trims the top to size and assembles the table
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