Tag: October 2007 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Out of the Woodwork: Turning Pro

No sick days, no paid vacations and no IT department – but it’s worth it. By Michael Dunbar Page: 96 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now Ah, going pro – telling your boss to take [...]

At the Lathe: Turning Oval Tool Handles

Grip allows greater leverage with less pressure, and can be custom-fit. By Judy Ditmer Pages: 90-93 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now If you’ve ever used a small-handled [...]

Great Woodshops: The Home Shop

John Wilson has made a successful career out of writing, teaching and selling a Shaker craft. By Kara Gebhart Uhl Pages: 82-85 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now In 1977, Wilson [...]

Ruhlmann-style Poker Table

Architect, master craftsman and client design the ultimate gaming table. By Frank Klausz Pages: 72-78 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann was one of the [...]

Mobile Clamp Cart

This small rack rolls easily to anywhere you need it. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 70-71 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now There is an old saying in woodworking that you can’t have [...]

From Concept to Completion, Part 1

Designing a project from scratch. By Ted Brown Pages: 66-69 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now Where does a concept come from? For me, it starts with a need – either of my own, [...]

Making a Spokeshave

Make this tool in your workshop using scrap wood and a piece of tool steel. By John Wilson Pages: 60-65 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now If you have been reading these pages [...]

Precision Hand Planing

Use a curved blade in a handplane to make boards with truly flat faces and dead-straight edges. By David Charlesworth Pages: 54-59 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now I described [...]

A Better Miter Saw Stand

Is it the saw or where the saw lives that increases your accuracy? By Robert W. Lang Pages: 38-44 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now There are two types of miter saws. The first [...]

Silverware Tray

Hone your hand skills with a project that has low risks but high rewards. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 36-37 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now Trying something new in the shop [...]

Tool Test: Two New DVDs for Turners

By Robert W. Lang Page 33 From the October 2007 issue #164 Buy this issue now “Turned Bowls Made Easy” and “Beyond the Basic Bowl” are instructional DVDs from Pennsylvania wood turner Bill [...]

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