Popular Woodworking August 2001 Digital Edition | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Popular Woodworking August 2001 Digital Edition


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After you milked the cows, the jugs of fresh milk would go into the trough of your family’s Country Dry Sink. It’s time to trust your instincts and build this ingenious two-drawer Tsunami Band-Sawn Box using your band saw, clamps, and sander. If you work in a garage, a warehouse or somewhere in between, you’re going to find this rolling Storage and Assembly Bench a handy companion. True to his name, this Box Turtle can hold jewelry, candy or other essential items beneath his faceted shell. An icon of Shaker furniture craft, this small-size Shaker Trestle Desk is a fixture in many books on Shaker life and craftsmanship.

Quickly clean out the waste in dovetail pins using your drill press and a Forstner bit. We put to the test Veritas $ 4 1/2 Smoothing Plane and Accuset’s Brad Nailer and Micro pinner. Learn how to Make Your Own Router Plane and Beader. We make hundreds of mortises with all the machines on the market in an all-out Mortiser Slug-fest. Learn the all-important tricks in A New Manual for Mortisers that are the difference between making slick-fitting mortises and scorched, ragged holes. Learn the tricks behind Turning’s Fab Five tools as you make a candle holder in nust an afternoon. Bob Flexner shows you two ways to transform a cobby finish into one that’s beautifully smooth by Rubbing for a ‘Perfect’ Finish. Plus Letters, Projects from the Past, Out of the Woodwork and more!

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