Tom Caspar The Tool

I really don't need five cordless drills, seven routers or 24 antique hand planes, but I can't help it. I'm a tool nut. Are you?

Have you ever bought an old woodworking machine just because it looked cool? Tried a new tool and said, "Wow! This just changed my life!" Used a big, industrial machine and wondered how in the world you could sneak it into your shop?

We'd like to hear your stories. So e-mail or send us a letter about a tool or machine that really gets you excited. We'll pay you S150 if we publish your story. Please include a photograph, too. We'd prefer 0 digital image, but a sHde or print is OK. Visit our Web site, www.americanwoodworker.conVtoolnut for some examples of what we've got in mind.

E-mail your entry to [email protected] or write to us at The Tool Nut, American Woodworker magazine, 2915 Commers Dr.. Suite 700, Eagan, MM 55121.

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

THIS book is one of the series of Handbooks on industrial subjects being published by the Popular Mechanics Company. Like Popular Mechanics Magazine, and like the other books in this series, it is written so you can understand it. The purpose of Popular Mechanics Handbooks is to supply a growing demand for high-class, up-to-date and accurate text-books, suitable for home study as well as for class use, on all mechanical subjects. The textand illustrations, in each instance, have been prepared expressly for this series by well known experts, and revised by the editor of Popular Mechanics.

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