This is a model of a horizontal router table with a sliding table. Read more
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This is a model of a multi-purpose support stand featured in an article in the October 2000 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine. Read more
This is a model of a microadjustable finger joint jig featured in an article in the January 2004 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine. Project design and construction by Nick Engler, SketchUp model by reader Bruce Beatty. View the Google SketchUp Model. View all of the Woodworking SketchUp Drawings. Purchase the January 2004 issue of Popular Woodworking.
By Nick Engler Pages: 45-52 From the June 2004 issue #141 Buy this issue now Routers were developed to cut moulded shapes in wood. Although their workshop role has expanded (greatly) during the last century to include joinery and other operations, moulding is still what they do best. They remain the chief woodworking tools for … Read more
This accessory will rise to the occasion to make cuts safer and easier. By Nick Engler Pages: 28-30 From the June 2004 issue #141 Buy this issue now Now and again you may have to turn a board on its edge to work it – cutting a groove, drilling a series of holes in the … Read more
By Nick Engler Pages: 49-56 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Woodworkers have been building boxes for at least 5,000 years. For much of that period, boxes were made using a single chunk of wood with the insides dug out to create a cavity. That’s because up until about 600 or … Read more
Turn your laminate trimmer into a tool that flushes surfaces with incredible finesse. By Nick Engler Pages: 34-35 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Once upon a time I had the brilliant idea to use a strip of hardwood to trim out the edge of a laminate countertop. And not just … Read more