Traditional Hide Glue Veneering

Learn traditional methods with a veneer hammer and hot hide glue. Veneering has been practiced for thousands of years. It’s a way to take some of the world’s most spectacular but unstable woods, [...]

Southern Sugar Chest

This 19th-century piece was designed to safeguard a then-precious commodity. Not so long ago, obtaining sugar wasn’t easy. It’s difficult to believe that the commodity we have in almost [...]

Handplanes for Beginners

Once you understand the anatomy of a handplane, you’ll be well on your way to using it with success. [View the full-size exploded view of a handplane here] Handplanes are the king of woodworking [...]

Antique Barn Finish

Add centuries of wear and tear to your projects using a tested formula that’s simple and safe – no open flame! This is the furniture finish that fooled our local auctioneer, a man with 30 years [...]

Real World Router Test

A woodworking pro takes on 9 router kits to find his favorite. By Troy Sexton Pages: 57-63 From the June 2007 issue #162 Buy this issue now I’m a full-time professional woodworker, so I need my [...]

Tool Test: Zona – The Best $9 Backsaw

By Christopher Schwarz Page: 25 From the June 2007 issue #162 Buy this issue now Sometimes the laws of time, space and economics get bent. And in the case of this Zona-brand saw, sometimes the [...]

Tool Test: Ryobi Cordless Sander

By Glen D. Huey Page: 25 From the June 2007 issue #162 Buy this issue now Random-orbit sanders are a staple for woodworking. Having a sander that’s cordless can be better in certain situations. [...]

Tool Test: A Better Sanding Solution

By Glen D. Huey Page: 24 From the June 2007 issue #162 Buy this issue now Sanding accounts for a major portion of work in the shop. The dust produced can lead to bouts with chronic bronchitis, [...]

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