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Buff on a High-gloss Finish

March 2019 | Issue 259 | Page: 50

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For an eye-catching shine on turned projects, use the same tool that made them—your lathe. 

Color to Dye For

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 56

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Easy to mix, easy to use, and compatible with any topcoat. Prepare to dye.

Oil-pulse Impact Drivers

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 40

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These tools drive fasteners much more quietly than traditional impacters.

2019 Innov8 Awards

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 36

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We honor these eight new tools and accessories as the most innovative in the field of woodworking.

Turned Tulips

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 70

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Let your lathe skills blossom when by trying involuted, or "inside out", turning. 

This article is available in the WOOD Store.

Puzzle Ball

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 52

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Though geometrically complex in appearance, this puzzle consists of 30 identical, simple-to-make parts. You need only a tablesaw dadoing sled and these assembly instructions.

This plan is available in the WOOD Store.

Heirloom Hand-tool Cabinet

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 44

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With its doors opend or closed, this wall-mounted cabinet speaks volumes about your craftsmanship. With joinery cut on your tablesaw or router table, it's quick to construct, too.

This plan is available in the WOOD Store.

Limbert-style Rocking Chair

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 28

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Moritse-and-tenon joints were essantial to Charles Limbert's original rockers, but easy-to-cut floating tenons and our mortising jigs will help you achieve equally rugged results.

This plan is available in the WOOD Store

Rocking Motorcycle

December/January 2018/2019 | Issue 258 | Page: 60
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Build this realistic rocker from oak and plywood, and turn a child loose on the road to adventure. 

This plan is available in the WOOD Store.

Bandsaw Outfeed Table

November 2018 | Issue 257 | Page: 72

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With less than 8" of table behind the blade, most bandsaw lend little support to workpiece when ripping or resawing. This outfeed table, as shown, adds more than 18" of support (depending on your saw), and can be removed easily prior to tilting the saw's table.

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