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February 2001

Issue Number: 130
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Cutting Platform & Sheet Goods Mover Woodworking Plan

Sheet goods often present a real challenge when it comes to cutting them down into project-sized pieces. Even if you have the room in your shop to maneuver a full sheet of plywood, singlehandedly balancing it on your tablesaw while cutting it can prove impossible.

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Full-service laundry center Woodworking Plan

Although doing laundry doesn't rank high on anyone's list of fun activities, this feature-packed project helps make wash-day work as pleasant and efficient as possible. It has storage aplenty, a rod for air-drying clothes, bulletin board, shelf, and a light to help spot stains. It ties all of these features, plus your appliances, into a tidy, hardworking assembly.

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Classic oval table Woodworking Plan

Phillip Harmon restores and reproduces antiques in Duson, Louisiana. The original table, copied here, came through his shop some 20 year ago. A colonial period American piece, it probably originated in the Mid-Atlantic or New England region. Phillip was so taken by it that he made two for himself, and provided the documentation that allows us to present it to you.

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WOOD Issue 130, February 2001

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