[I'm a newcomer to the FORUM and a novice to woodworking although I have built several pieces of outdoor furniture. The problems I've encoutered in building these pieces is making sure everything is level and square, horizontally and vertically.
I'm looking for suggestions, ideas and or tools that can help me overcome my workmanship problems.
BJ is right. Practice does make a great deal of difference. Squares and angle gauges help during layouts. There are many small jigs designed to assist you in keeping things square during glue ups. Rechecking set ups before cutting is key for square projects.
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