Troy Sexton

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Benchtop Router Table Stand

Save money and create more storage space with this smart shop cabinet. By Troy Sexton Pages: 64-69 From the June 2004 issue #141 Buy this issue now At first it might seem a bit odd to build a cabinet base that will convert a benchtop router table into a floor model. But it really...

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A Practical Shop Cabinet

Easily organize, store and transport all your small woodworking accessories with this clever cabinet and inexpensive plastic tackle boxes – instead of drawers. By Troy Sexton Pages: 53-55 From the June 2005 issue #148 Buy this issue now One of my favorite things to do when I have free time is to tinker around...

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Frame & Panel Dresser

Traditional techniques eliminate wood-movement concerns, reduce construction time and save money. By Troy Sexton Pages: 40-48 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now Nice looking dresser, huh? Looks complicated, right? Believe it or not, two router-table setups allow you to build the case quickly using less-expensive wood and plywood for the...

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Superior & Speedy Sanding

How to get the maximum results in the minimum amount of time: A slightly unorthodox approach from a 23-year cabinetshop veteran. By Troy Sexton Pages: 62-67 From the November 2006 issue #158 Buy this issue now The difference between a project that looks OK and a project that looks stunning is the finish. And...

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Master the Jigsaw

With the right blade and body position, you can split pencil lines with ease with this oft-misunderstood tool. By Troy Sexton Pages: 34-39 From the October 2006 issue #157 Buy this issue now The jigsaw generally gets a bad rap as a rough tool that’s best suited for kitchen installations and oddball carpentry jobs....