August 2007 #163

Popular Woodworking August 2007 issueTons of helpful information pack the pages of the August 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking.

What do Europeans know about table saws that Americans don’t. Kelly Mehler gives us 9 reasons why these unfamiliar saws are safer and more efficient.

Our cover project is an authentic reproduction of a Shaker tall clock.

Our Woodworking Essentials series on setting up shop concludes with dust collection basics.

We visit the most incredible tool collection ever seen and the California school founded by James Krenov.

Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras for this issue are found in their respective articles.

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Jig Journal: Table Saw Tenon Jig

With five pieces of wood and a clamp, you can make vertical cuts safely. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 24-25 From the August 2007 issue #163 Buy this issue now Most magazine articles about jigs miss the point entirely. Jigs exist to make work easier, safer and more accurate. They shouldn’t be complicated projects...

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Arts & Mysteries: Standing Desk – The Upper Case

Those who forget the past are destined to spend too much time making stuff. By Adam Cherubini Pages: 20-22 From the August 2007 issue #163 Buy this issue now This is part four in my series on building a standing desk for my workshop. In my previous article, I built the lower case, using...

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Out on a Limb: The Curse of the Creepy Kleenex

By Christopher Schwarz Page: 10 From the August 2007 issue #163 Buy this issue now The first time I ever became concerned about dust collection I was sitting on the couch with my toddler daughter on my lap. All day long I had been sanding cabinets that were destined for the addition we were...