Colonial-Era Plate Rack

Although this project uses 40 feet of moulding, it’s quite simple to make. My wife and I recently attended our niece’s wedding in Ft. Wayne, Ind. We realized after checking into the hotel that we [...]

Zero-clearance Saw Top Skin

I recently thought I’d outfit my portable “benchtop” table saw with a zero-clearance throat plate to reduce tear-out and to prevent narrow strips from falling down through the wide throat [...]

Everyday Greene & Greene

In the hands of genius, ordinary items become fine art. One of the best-known quotations to arise from the Arts & Crafts movement is from William Morris. A founding father of the movement in [...]

How To Prevent Kickback

The fundamental rules (and devices) to keep you clear of danger at your saw. I once heard that 90 percent (or more) of all table saw accidents involve some type of kickback, where the work flies [...]

Router Bits For Every Shop

There are router bits that I use on a day-in, day-out basis on many of my projects. However, there probably aren’t as many as you might expect. I find myself using a few unique bits for most of [...]

4 Simple, Shop-Made Router Jigs

Improve your router techniques with these four simple, shop-made router jigs that are easy to use and just as easy to build. I’m a power-tool woodworker. Sure I use hand tools for some parts of [...]

Avoiding Table Saw Kickback

The fundamental rules (and devices) to keep you clear of danger at your saw. By Marc Adams Pages: 63-65 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now I once heard that 90 percent (or more) [...]

Tool Test: Triton’s Bargain Sander

A nice price and extra sanding sleeves make this spindle sander a good choice. By Christopher Schwarz Page: 32 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now With a price tag of about $150, [...]

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