Category: February 2006 #153 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

At the Lathe: Preparing Green Wood

Here’s how to take your stock from logs to lathe. By Judy Ditmer Pages: 88-91 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now Once upon a time, not so very long ago, I was sitting in my [...]

Endurance Test: Powermatic Model 66

After 10 years this solid, reliable machine continues to be a shop mainstay. By David Thiel Page 86 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now It’s surprising we haven’t written an [...]

Successful Screwing

Everything you always wanted to know about screws, but were afraid to ask. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 82-85 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now Many of the tools and fasteners we [...]

Rethinking Shaker Design

An examination of the furniture built by the Western communities expands our notions of what is ‘Shaker.’ By Kerry Pierce Pages: 72-78 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now The [...]

Tri-Fold Storage Cabinet

This versatile piece is useful for more than hiding plastic boxes. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 64-71 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now Electronic entertainment is a permanent [...]

Modifying Stock Chisels

Out-of-the box chisels can derail your chances of tight dovetails. Improve almost any tool with these quick fixes. By Lonnie Bird Pages: 61-63 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue [...]

Coarse, Medium & Fine

Using bench planes with your machinery will speed your work. But first you must understand how the bench plane system works. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 38-44 From the  February 2006 issue #153 [...]

Ingenious Jigs: Spindle Dancer Jig

A modern interpretation of a classic trick from old-school turners. By Eric A. Hedberg Pages: 30-33 From the  February 2006 issue #153 Buy this issue now I believe there are two types of wood [...]

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