The June 2005 issue of Popular Woodworking lays out how to build a better bookcase. This one easy plan and four simple mouldings are sure to fit any style. Have you heard of these six chisel tricks? Probably not. Build a jig that makes box joints a snap. We compare Lie-Nielsen and Veritas, and reveal which hand plane is right for you. Bowl turning for beginners. Build a beautiful Baltimore game table. Learn about a practical shop cabinet that doesn’t require you build a single drawer. Build a simple sawbench and shop stool that will come in handy at every stage of project construction. Woodworking Essentials continues with Special Techniques on the Table Saw. We put the Hitachi C12LCH compound miter saw, the AngleMag, Porter-Cable’s 12″ Dovetail Jigs and Glen-Drake’s Tite-Hammer through our Tool Test. Don’t miss great Tricks of the Trade, Q&A and much more.Detailed article previews are below. Online extras can be found here.
A new unit of measure attempts to trump the troublesome imperial and metric systems. By Robert Dunstan Page: 96 From the June 2005 issue #148 Buy this issue now For as long as I can remember, the [...]
Lie-Nielsen Toolworks and Lee Valley Tools have changed woodworking with their premium hand planes. Meet the men behind the brands and learn the real differences between the tools. By Christopher [...]
We show you how to make a great bookcase in any style, with one basic box design and one sheet of plywood. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 32-41 From the June 2005 issue #148 Buy this issue now Everyone [...]