In the October 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking, find out how to dress a board using a handplane so it’s flatter than a machine can achieve. David Charlesworth shows you how. Frank Klausz builds a Ruhlmann-style poker table. Senior Editor Robert W. Lang builds a miter saw stand that actually makes sense. John Wilson shows you how to make your own spokeshave (including the metalwork). Ted Brown shows you how to design your projects using MDF and a glue gun. As always, there’s lots of stuff from the regulars: Adam Cherubini dovetails drawers in the old style, Judy Ditmer shows you how to turn new tool handles and Bob Flexner explains sanding in a way that makes sense.Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras for this issue are found in their respective articles.
Powermatic introduces a machine with features just for woodworkers. By Robert W. Lang Page: 30 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now A good drill press is an essential power tool in [...]