Category: December 2008 #173 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Online Extras: December 2008 Issue

Online Extras for the December 2008 issue include a PDF of the clock face pattern for the Stickley Mantel Clock, an article about the Stickley Mantel Clock's fumed finish, a SketchUp model of the [...]

Jig Journal: Shop-made Mortise Jig

You don’t need fancy tools or a special machine to create a traditional joint. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 78-79 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now Reproduction furniture is my main [...]

Drawknives & Spokeshaves

These once-standard tools have a place in the modern shop. By Michael Dunbar Pages: 72-76 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now When the last grains of sand run through my [...]

Shaker Nesting Trays

While not traditional, this form echoes the look of iconic Shaker box tops. By John Wilson Pages: 66-71 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now I have never seen an oval tray at a [...]

Build a Wooden Jack Plane

Making your own tool helps you understand how and why it works, and what to do if it doesn’t. By Mario Rodriguez Pages: 60-65 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now Making a plane [...]

Best New Tools: 2008

By the Popular Woodworking Editorial Staff Pages: 55-59 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now Before I started working at this magazine, I saw tools as things that came in boxes. [...]

Stickley Mantel Clock

Attention to detail pushes this Stickley design, and the builder, to another level. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 48-54 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now A few years prior to his [...]

12″ Sliding Compound Miter Saws

Testing the ultimate crosscut saws. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 42-47 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now Thirty years ago, there weren’t many options for making wide crosscuts. The [...]

Tool Test: Woodpeckers Saw Gauge

By Glen D. Huey Page: 40 From the December 2008 Issue #173 Buy this issue now If you notice a substantial amount of burning as you rip or crosscut with your table saw, you have a problem. [...]

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