The Essential Awl

Designed for piercing wood and laying out marks, some awls are better than others. Learn which ones are best suited to your style of work. By Paul Sellers Pages: 44-48 From the November 2005 [...]

Endurance Test: Jet 14″ Band Saw

You can buy this machine with a variety of features, but what’s critical is that Jet got the basics just right. By Christopher Schwarz Page: 38 From the November 2005 issue #151 Buy this issue [...]

Tool Test: KIK Forstner Bits

By David Thiel Page: 35 From the November 2005 issue #151 Buy this issue now Woodworkers need a good set of Forstner bits. Designed to cut clean, flat-bottomed holes, they’re very handy to have [...]

Tool Test: Amana Carbide Countersinks

By David Thiel Page: 35 From the November 2005 issue #151 Buy this issue now While using screws on a woodworking project may not be fine woodworking, it happens all the time. To improve the look [...]

The WoodRat

Genius or just another jig? We have the answer right here. By David Thiel Pages: 57-59 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now So that there’s no confusion here, I think dovetails [...]

Tool Test: Bosch Power Box CD/Radio

By David Thiel Page: 30 From the February 2005 issue #146 Buy this issue now There are many indispensable tools in a woodshop. One that is always present, but usually not considered a tool, is a [...]

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