Out of the Woodwork: Woodshop Pest Control

One man’s trick to keeping his lumberyard’s small mammal population in check. By Peter Sieling Page: 96 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now When customers visit my lumberyard with [...]

At the Lathe: Solid Roots for Good Design

The first step to a pleasing form is knowing your possibilities and limitations. By Judy Ditmer Pages: 90-93 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now Whether or not you know it, every [...]

Power-assisted Dovetails for Drawers

A small router takes the drudgery out of half-blind dovetails. By Scott Gibson Pages: 76-80 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now It’s hard to blame anyone for turning to a router [...]

$5 Router Plane

If you can’t afford a vintage or new one, build your own using a block of wood, an Allen wrench and a thumbscrew. By John Wilson Pages: 72-75 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue [...]

A Woodworking Miter Saw

Turn a contractor’s tool into a precision woodworking machine. By David Thiel Pages: 66-71 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now I don’t know of too many woodworking shops, whether [...]

Leaning Shelves

We improve a contemporary design to make it sturdier, a bit curvier and easier to build. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 60-65 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now It was about 1 [...]

Learning Curves

A cambered cutting edge is essential for fine finishing cuts with a hand plane – and it has many other surprising uses. By David Charlesworth Pages: 53-59 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this [...]

Power-tool Joinery: Cope-and-Stick Joints

Run the moulding and make the joint with this time-tested technique. By Bill Hylton Pages: 30-33 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now The so-called cope-and-stick joint – a.k.a. the [...]

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