August 2010

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I Can Do That: Step Stool

Whether stepping or sitting, this multi-purpose stool is sure to give your youngster a boost. By Glen D. Huey Page: 26 From the August 2010 issue #184 Buy this issue now You may not remember when you looked up at the sink, or when you climbed up to the potty – but if you’d had a few...

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Design Matters: Sublime Echoes

Repetition of proportion and shape can create design harmony. By George R. Walker Page: 22 From the August 2010 issue #184 Buy this issue now Depending on your canoe route, Little Crooked Lake is about two days of paddling and portaging from the nearest highway. It’s worth it. On a still morning, you can hear the smallest...

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Tool Test: A New Way to Inlay

One word describes this tool, its cutters and the twist on the materials used: innovative. By the editors Page: 16 From the August 2010 issue #184 Buy this issue now Seldom does a tool come along that changes how we look at a woodworking technique, but the Noden Inlay Razor does just that. The Inlay Razor, designed...

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On the Level: The Unclear Future of Table Saws

By Christopher Schwarz Page: 8 From the August 2010 issue #184 Buy this issue now I have spent my life avoiding politics in all forms. In fact, when I was a kid, the most memorable political statement I heard was: “If voting could really change things, then it would be illegal.” I know that...