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Easy Magazine Rack

Two bits of wood and a jigsaw are what you need to make this magazine rack that converts to a bookstand. Because you’re holding this magazine (Editor’s note: please pretend you are reading [...]

Period Sharpening

An experiment uncovers cutting edges of the past. “How did they sharpen their tools back then?” I’ve asked this question myself and I have been asked the question, and I’ve never felt comfortable [...]

The Right Way to Prepare Lumber

To true your wood with machines, the steps you follow are critical. This time-tested procedure is the best way we know of. I get to meet many woodworkers around the country at woodworking [...]

New Tool Alert

A quick look at some of the best new tools we saw in Atlanta. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 68-69 From the November 2006 issue #158 Buy this issue now It isn’t every day that you see a new tool [...]

14″ Steel Frame Band Saws

They’re all the rage. But are they ready to resaw? By David Thiel Pages: 40-44 From the November 2006 issue #158 Buy this issue now You might be asking yourself, “Why are they testing such a [...]

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