September 2018Issue Number: 255
Tablesaw Accessories Cabinet
Attached to your attachments? Protect them in the heavy-duty drawers of this cabinet that rolls beneath the extension wing of your tablesaw. Roll it out again to serve as an assembly table.
Fast Fixes for Dinged Edges
It's happened to all of us: dinging a drawer edge or crushing a cabinet corner. These techniques will salvage even big goofs, saving you time, energy, and money.
Collapsible Grill Table
Here's a rundown of the different types of vises, and which one or two would be best for your workshop.
Go Figure: Choosing the Best Grain for Your Project
Woodworkers often ask us why their projects don't look quite as good as the ones in the magazine: The difference often lies in selection and placement of the wood's figure.
Arts & Crafts Hall Cabinet
This raised-top cabinet features a simplified spin on typical frame-and-panel constrcution. Rather than rails captured between stiles they chase each other, pinwheel-fashion, around the panel. Although different lengths, rails and stiles are machined the same.
Gotta-have Router Accessories
Get more capability, accuracy, and repeatability from your handheld and table-mounted routers with these tools and jigs tested and proven in the WOOD® magazine shop.
This bed adapts to a growing child's needs. When the child is old enough, swap the front crib panel for the toddler panel, which allows the little one to get in and out on their own while preventing accidnetal roll-out.
Create Instant Antiques with Distressing Techniques
Simple steps paint a picture of well-loved furniture. You can age the wood or age the finish, so considerbthe look you want, then use one or more of these techniques.
Organize your nail guns—pneumatic and battery-powered—with this easy-to-build-cabinet. There's storage for nails and accessories, too.
Tip of the Day
Featherboard enjoys on-again, off-again attraction
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