This series includes the 100th episode of "the Router Workshop" which features the Nut and Candy Carrousel. This unique project uses an interlocking pattern design every woodworker will want to build. Learn about reverse inlays from the Inlaid China Chest. Kids will love the Wooden Wagon, the panel door Dart Board will add excitement to your rec room. Knick-Knack Shelves, a Tea Tray with contrasting wood and Towel Bars add variety to the projects in this series. A replica of the 1920 Magazine Table and a timeless Library Stool which folds out to make a small stepladder are useful and attractive additions to your home. Finally a Chest Lamp complete with hidden mitre joints and interlocking slot joinery provides both light and storage.
801 - China Inlaid Chest
Router experts, Bob and Rick Rosendahl, show you how to inlay a beautiful, Hand-Painted China Plaque into a traditional Walnut Trinket Chest for a truly unique project. While Bob shows you how to use the inlay tools, Rick shows us an interesting way to cut simulated feet in the base. That’s the “China Inlaid Chest”…Today on the “Router Workshop”!
802 - 803 Two Part - The Wooden Wagon
In the special two-part series, “The Wooden Wagon” Bob and Rick show you how easy it is to make one in your shop. Bob shows you how to make the jigs and cut the shaped wagon box while Rick reveals the secret to creating a perfect handle for the wagon. On part 2 of a special two-part series creating a one-of-a-kind, “Wooden Wagon” the hosts show you how to combine a portable plunge router and a special, shop-made fixture, to create sturdy, laminated wheels. The kids will love “The Wooden Wagon”. Watch the “Router Workshop”! 802. The Wooden Wagon, Part 1 Box 803. The Wooden Wagon, Part 2 Wheels
804 - Library Stool
On the “Router Workshop”, Bob and Rick Rosendahl craft a project that is not only beautiful but very handy too…a folding “Library Stool”! Rick shows you how to use a shop-made jig to pattern cut the step fronts and hand hold while Bob shows you how to cut the dovetail slots and pins. That’s all on “The Library Stool” in today’s episode of the “Router Workshop”!
805 - The Tea Tray
This time on the “Router Workshop”, a “Tea Tray” with a unique personal touch. Master craftsmen Bob and Rick Rosendahl show you how to use contrasting wood, box joints cut on a 45 degree angle and your router to mill this ornate serving tray. Bob routs the box joints while Rick cuts the hand holds with a shop-made fixture. You’ll find a thousand and one uses for the “Tea Tray”.
806 - The Novelty Corner Shelf
Sharing tricks of the trade, router experts, Bob and Rick Rosendahl show you how to combine a portable router and a table-mounted router with special shop-made fixtures, to create two matching side panels with dovetailed shelves! Functional, inexpensive and very satisfying to build, the “Novelty Corner Shelf”…today on the “Router Workshop”!
807 - 808 Two Part - Nut & Candy Carrousel
In one of the most challenging projects, master craftsmen Bob and Rick Rosendahl create a unique “Nut and Candy Carrousel”! Today, in part one of a two part series, Bob will show you how to create the two part pattern for the dishes and hub while Rick cuts the circular base units! Top it off with expert advice on how to install the hardware. In part two of our “Nut and Candy Carrousel” project, master craftsman Bob Rosendahl will show you how to pattern route the dish blanks and hub. Rick provides expert advice on how to rout the cavities in the dishes for “The Nut and Candy Carrousel”. Watch the “Router Workshop”! 807. Nut & Candy Carrousel, Part 1 808. Nut & Candy Carrousel, Part 2
809 - Towel Bars
In today’s episode of the “Router Workshop”…router experts Bob and Rick Rosendahl will show you how to pattern cut a variety of beautiful yet functional towel holders. Bob shows you how to craft a towel ring while Rick reveals the secret to cutting perfect, round dowels for your towel bar. That’s the “Towel Bars” on the “Router Workshop”!
810 - The Magazine Table
A vintage “Magazine Table” provided the inspiration for today’s project on the “Router Workshop”. Router expert, Bob Rosendahl shows you how to layout another interesting jig to cut the delicately shaped end panels while Rick works on the divider panels. As beautiful as it is functional the “Magazine Table” is sure to become one of your favorite projects and it’s coming up next on the “Router Workshop”
811 - Knick-Knack Shelves
These are “Knick-Knack Shelves” and they’re ideal for all your little treasures. Router experts, Bob and Rick Rosendahl show you a quick and easy way to use dovetail joinery to attach the shelves. You’ll also discover a unique method of cutting the heart hole and top shape on…”Knick-Knack Shelves”…today on the “Router Workshop”!
812 - Dart Board Cabinet
In today’s episode of the “Router Workshop” router experts Bob and Rick Rosendahl craft a beautiful “Dart Board Cabinet” that will enhance any games room. Bob will show you how to create the casework and pattern cut the top and bottom caps while Rick creates the beautiful raised-panel doors! That’s the “Dart Board Cabinet”…today on the “Router Workshop”!
813 - The Chest Lamp
This is a truly unique, one-of-a-kind, “Chest Lamp”. Sharing tricks of the trade, router experts, Bob and Rick Rosendahl show you how to use an ordinary “V” groove bit to create unusual stepped mitre joints in the case work and a stacked slot cutter to cut lock joints for the drawers. A truly beautiful project, the “Chest Lamp”, is seen today on the “Router Workshop”! Your biggest problem will be finding a shade to go with your lamp.