At the Lathe: Choosing Your Chucks

There are hundreds of chucks. Here’s a quick look at the four most common styles. By Judy Ditmer Pages: 92-94 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now One of the most important [...]

Build a Sailor Girl On Your Own

A week in your own shop will produce a boat that’s fun to sail or row. By John Wilson Pages: 86-91 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now When I was a Boy Scout 50 years ago, …

“Real” Planers

Brawn, capacity and endurance make all the difference. By David Thiel Pages: 80-85 Is gaining 2″ of planing width capacity worth an extra $300 to $1,000? Nope. So if that’s the reason why [...]

Resurrecting Chisels

Old chisels can be brought back to life using these simple steps. By Paul Anthony Pages: 74-79 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now If ever there was a type of used hand tool that [...]

Harvey Ellis Bookcase

A faithful reproduction of the epitome of Arts & Crafts design. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 66-73 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now Gustav Stickley once wrote that the best [...]

Your First Hand-cut Dovetails

The right techniques and tools (plus a few tricks) will give you a good start on mastering this fine traditional joint. By Lonnie Bird Pages: 60-65 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this [...]

The WoodRat

Genius or just another jig? We have the answer right here. By David Thiel Pages: 57-59 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now So that there’s no confusion here, I think dovetails [...]

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 [...]

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