November 2007 #165

Popular Woodworking November 2007 issueIn the November 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking, we test six new “hybrid” table saws in a working shop and pick the best.

Marc Adams, founder of one of the largest woodworking schools in the country, begins a new Woodworking Essentials series called A Better Way to Work.

You’ll also find plans and read about the mystery of a recently discovered Greene & Greene-style table.

Discover 11 workbench upgrades to improve workholding.

Make a Shaker music box with John Wilson.

Plus, from our regular columnists you’ll learn how to get a great finish from home-center products.

Read about the final construction touches on Adam Cherubini’s year-long hand-tools-only standing desk project.

Build a Shaker step stool in I Can Do That.

Turn a top (or 1,000).

Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras for this issue are found in their respective articles.

Out on a Limb: It’s Almost Always User Error

By Christopher Schwarz Page 12 From the November 2007 issue #165 Buy this issue now So I have the assembled carcase of a sideboard braced against my workbench and I’m planing the top edge of the aprons flush with the top of the legs. After 10 strokes, things go all wrong....