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Spend some time with a well-tuned jack plane and you'll have no trouble understanding how this age-old tool earned its title as a jack-of-all-trades. The jack, or No. 5, bench plane is easier to handle than a large jointer plane (No. 8) and only slightly less maneuverable than the smaller smooth (No. 4) plane. At 14 in. long, the No. 5 is conveniently sized for cither jointing an edge or smoothing a surface. If forced to pare their plane collection down to a single tool, most woodworkers would hold onto their versatile jack.

American Woodworker A February

You don't need co sell woodworkers on the importance of stop blocks we've all used them in one form or another to make repetitive cuts quickly and precisely. But factory-made fence and stop systems are expensive You can easily pay 200 or more for a length of extruded aluminum and the adjustable stop that goes with it. Webextras

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Woodshop Franchises Underway

Ever dreamed of running or joining a health-club-type hangout for woodworkers NYW Workshops Inc. plans to open its first such franchise this year in Dublin, CA. Thomas Loker, the company's president and CEO, envisions fully functional woodshops for people to build any project with their own two hands.

Greeting Cards For Woodworkers

Woodworker's Supply Inc. carrics tlicm in the States. These days there arc greeting cards for everyone from the bereaved pet owner to the jubilant divorcee. But a card for woodworkers Randy McDermid. a writer and designer from British Columbia, is convinced there's money in woodworking project cards, so he's producing them. These cards let you send your favorite woodworker an attractive project, along with your personal messages. We've put together a great package for you our top-of -the -line 10 industrial ripping, crosscuttmg and general purpose blades at a great pnce. These three blades will handle all of your workshop needs. In addition, you will receive a FREE Freud T-shirt. (Made in the USA. 100 cotton). Plus, you get a tree copy of our new sawblade catalog, packed with new products and technical information. This package is a woodworker's dream It makes a great gift, tool

Woodworkers Organize to Protect Rainforests

Many of us who arc concerned about worldwide deforestation feel helpless and frustrated by our inability, as individuals, to halt the destruction. Woodworkers have an additional point to ponder. Do we contribute to the problem when we buy tropical woods Some advocate a boycott of tropical woods. Others The Woodworkers Alliance for Rainforest Protection WARP), a new organization for woodworkers concerned about the destruction of the Earth's forests, has formed to study the problem and come up with apian for action. WARP welcomes all interested woodworkers as members. For information write to John Shipstad, WARP Secretarv Treasurer, P.O. Box 133, Coos Bav, OR 97420 or call (503) 269-6907' The November conference requires pre-registration.

Stanley Set To Bring T The Best In Woodworkers

The Stanley Works is the new sponsor for the Gallery exhibit and awards program at The American Woodworker Show . This popular attraction shows off the work of talented woodworkers and provides cash prizes for winning pieces. See page 103 for details on The American Woodworker Show . loin other woodworkers on our lively, easy-to-use message boards

As much fun as a woodworker can legally have in a workshop

White most woodworkers are taught to avoid using green (unseasoned) wood, woodturners can grab a block right off the stump and go to town making shavings. Here are some tips to make green woodturning fun and to ensure that you get the best results from your experiments. Freshly cut (green) wood with a high moisture content is, by nature, unstable. As it dries, it is prone to warp, check and generally do things that give woodworkers nightmares. The movement is caused by the cells

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One Outstanding Feature

Rugged, heavy and made primarily with metal parts, this jig is built to withstand the rigors of a busy professional woodworking shop. The basic unit cuts fixed-space half-blind dovetails the same way its less-expensive Porter-Cable brother does (see page 70). However, you can buy an Omnijig accessory template ( 130) for cutting variable-spaced through dovetails as well. You have to reposition the edge stops when shifting from pins to tails when cutting through dovetails a minor inconvenience. The jig comes with a template guide and carbide bit for making 1 2-in. half-blind dovetails. There's a wide range of other accessory templates (see page 73).

Clamping Gluing Fastening

Clamping serves two fundamental purposes in woodworking first, it draws parts together tightly and ensures that joints that should be square are square and second, it holds parts together until the glue that will hold them together permanently sets. Fur non-woodworking shop projects, clamping is also very important. Among its more common jobs are holding workpieces together while fasteners are driven securing jigs for cutting and drilling and holding small workpieces so they stay steady while you work on them.

And That A Perfect Dovetail Joint Can Make A Grown Man

Torben Helshoj's passion for woodworking started when he was a boy watching the skilled craftsmen in the boatyards of Denmark. But his path to becoming an accomplished woodworker, tool designer and co-founder of Laguna Tools included a number of interesting detours. The first woodworking shop Torben approached was in the process of closing down, but Torben's sincerity impressed the shop's owner, so he recommended Torben to a friend who ran one of the best custom furniture shops in Denmark. Torben was accepted as an apprentice becoming a journeyman took four years of hard work. After spending a couple weeks on the East Coast, I drove to California I had a business card for a woodworker in Laguna Beach. He offered me ajob and before I knew it, a year had passed. I came as a tourist but ended up staying The woodworking business was good, but the shop was modestly equipped, so we borrowed money and imported a container of woodworking equipment from a company in Denmark. We were only...

Ardwoods Cut To Order

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Hardwoods Cut To Order

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Breathe Easily In Your Shop

Keeping your shop clean involves more than sweeping. Capturing wood dust at the source, especially the fine airborne particles that you can't see, should be a top priority in any woodshop. Woodshop Dust Control covers everything you need to know to set up a safe, clean environment. You'll learn about dust collectors, air scrubbers and shop vacuums. You'll see how to install ductwork to create your own dust collection system. You'll discover five simple rules for a dust-free shop. One story alone contains 27 dust collection tips. Simply put, this book is chock-full of practical solutions for making your woodworking tools work cleanly and efficiently.

Mobile Machinists Vise

A little metalworking Finds its way into my woodshop from time to time. When cutting metal, it's best to use a machinist's vise to get a better grip. Because it sticks up and is in the way, I can't permanently attach it to my woodworking bench. Instead, 1 built a simple platform from doubled-up 3 4-in. plywood with a 2x2 cleat screwed to the bottom. The platform allows me to temporarily mount my vise to my bench when needed. It spends the rest of the time on the shelf below the bench.

Saturday Night Social

Response to the drastic decline in woodworking programs all across America. Almost immediately, we saw the potential of the woodshop to create hands-on learning opportunities in all subject areas. To make woodshop participation relevant to the lives of all students and meaningful in their education. To use the woodshop to reinforce and support each student's interests in other areas of study. The high school trigonometry class recently built wooden tre-buchets and other object launchers to study trajectory paths and the forces acting on the object and launchers. For those high school students with extra interest in woodworkings woodworking club provides extra time in the woodshop. It's no secret that woodshop and other industrial arts education classes have been disappearing from public schools, labeled outdated or irrelevant. But as Clear Spring School attests, hands-on learning can be an important educational tool. Doug Stowe has been a woodworker since 1976. He is a frequent...

Match the size to the jobthats the key

Block planes are often associated with carpenters and do-it-yourselfers because they're inexpensive and small enough to fit in a toolbox or toolbelt. They have important roles in the woodshop, too. A high-quality block plane can do amazing work, and may become one of your favorite tools.

Sawdust Clearance Slot

This year, American Woodworker magazine hit the road or* what we call the Blue Highway Tour. Our goal was to visit the workshops of exceptional woodworkers and bring some of their best ideas to you. One of our stops was Pallas, Texas, where we met Frank Gregg. In Frank's shop jigs were virtually jumping out of every nook and cranny. The double-duty tablesaw sled you see here is only one of the hundreds of clever solutions to common shop problems that Frank has invented. Consequently, we gave him the honorary title of The Blue Highway Tour Jiggernaut. M

Word From The Publisher

The 1996 American Woodworker Show American Woodworker is taking its show on the road. The American Woodworker Show , the biggest and best woodworking event in the country, will be coming to two great locations this fall Chicago's famous Navy Pier (September 20-22, 1996) and the Fort Washington Expo Center outside of Philadelphia (November 8-10, 1996). Whether you're a beginner or an expert, hobbyist or pro, this is one woodworking show that you don V want to miss The American Woodworker Show is like no other woodworking show you've seen. The emphasis is on learning, and we've put together an all-star lineup of more than 20 expert demonstrators that reads like a Who's Who of Come meet these master craftsmen and learn their tricks of the trade. They'll demonstrate their skills in hands-on workshops and seminars on a broad range of topics, including furniture making, joinery, carving, hand-tool techniques, power-tool techniques, woodturning, veneering, and much more. Whatever your...

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Woodworker's Showcase Share your work with fellow woodworkers across the country and around the world. As woodworkers, we love to build things, but we also love to share our work and the ideas behind them. American Woodworker Magazine has a new department called Woodworker's Showcase. We're looking for projects that range from the practical to the fantastic. Email your digital images along with a brief description of each piece to Showcase or mail a disc with images to American Woodworker Magazine Woodworker's Showcase 1285 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 180 Eagan.MN 55121

Excellence In Craftsmanship Awards Competition

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Calling Guild Central

Whether you're trying to find an existing guild or let others know you've just started one, American Woodworker's Guild Data Base can help. It lists more than 2(H) guilds and woodworking clubs around tlunation. To learn about the guilds in your stale, write American Woodworker Guild Central at 33 E. Minor St., Emmaus. PA 18098, or fax

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It's not too late to join the rapidly growing community of woodworkers at American Woodworker Online, on the America Online computer service. All you have to do is hook up your computer to this incredible resource to get the latest information, locate hard-to-find tools and supplies, participate in daily live chats with like-minded craftspeople from around the world, and find answers to all your woodworking questions. AW Online bringing woodworkers together

By Tool Guys For Tool Guys

For a woodworker, the main advantage of an electrostatic prefilter is that it can be washed and reused repeatedly. That's why electrostatic filters are typically used as prefilters on air scrubbers. Prefilters catch the larger dust particles before they plug up the finer pocket filters inside (which are a lot harder to clean). It's important to wash your electrostatic filter often for two reasons 1. It keeps airflow at a maximum. 2. An electrostatic filter's effectiveness decreases as the filter loads with dust. That's because the media has become insulated by the dust, thus reducing the static charge. If you have a question you'd like answered, send it to us at Question 8c Answer, American Woodworker, 2915 Commers Drive, Suite 700, Eagan, MN 55121 or e-mail to qanda Sorry, but the volume of mail prevents us from answering each question individually. 14 American Woodworker march 2007

Wood Finishing Special

Americans Woodworker 22 Great American Woodworker Americanos Woodworker Story Ideas, American Woodworker magazine 1285 Corporate Center Dr., Suite 180 Eagan MN 55121 Many of the articles in American Woodworker are written by people just like you talented folks who are passionate about the craft. We're always looking for fresh voices and new faces. Join us in sharing your love of woodworking.

Professional Power Tools

If you have a question vou'd like answered, send it to us at Question & Answer, American Woodworker, 2915 Commers Drive, Suite 700, Eagan, MN 55121 or e-mail to qanda Sorry, but the volume of mail prevents us from answering each question individually. If you have a question vou'd like answered, send it to us at Question & Answer, American Woodworker, 2915 Commers Drive, Suite 700, Eagan, MN 55121 or e-mail to qanda Sorry, but the volume of mail prevents us from answering each question individually. American Woodworker January2003 17

Features And Projects

The Ultimate Router Jig By tlie American Woodworker Staff woodworker Without their influence, I might not have become the woodworker I am today. If I'm very lucky, some future craftsman may say the same about me. What better gift could one give to the world Ihere have been some new developments behind the scenes at American W< x)iworker. I'm proud to announce that Ellis Walentinc has been promoted to Executive Editor the top editorial job on our team. Ellis is a talented woodworker and designer who's been running his own custom woodworking shop for 22 years. Ellis brings a professional's knowledge and insights to the party, and he'll be sharing this column with me in future issues. Please join me in wishing him well Please welcome also Kilty Mace, American Woodworker's new Art Director. And finally, Michael Dresdner has joined our team of Contributing Editors. Michael's well known in the finishing field and his column, Just Finishing, gets rave reviews from our readers.

Philadelphia Furniture Shdw Winner

Geoffrey Noden was this year's proud recipient of the Best New Artist in Wood Media award, presented by American Woodworker at the annual Philadelphia Furniture Show. Noden, a New Jersey craftsman, studied under famous English furniture maker John Makepeace. Today he trains his own apprentices, creating a wide range of furniture for a growing clientele. Noden's exhibit featured a number of custom-made chairs, including the arch-top model shown at left.

Cabinetmakers chisels

Most of the wood chisels sold and owned today arc bevel edge cabinetmaker's chisels (See photo, left). Available in standard widths ranging from Vi to 1 lA in., they can handle a variety of everyday cutting tasks, including cutting mortises and paring tenons. If you're a serious woodworker who appreciates hand tools, you may want to look into a set of mortising chisels, which have thicker shanks and wider, shock-resistant handle butts. Better quality chisels are made with hardened steel that hold an edge for a long time. The main differences are in handle material, size and feel. If investing in a set of quality chisels, make sure the ones you choose feel comfortable and well balanced in your hand.

Workshop Tips Tool Giveaway

The editors of American Woodworker will choose their six favorite tips. The submitters of the top three tips will each receive a complete Festool Domino package including both accessory stops and a Systainerfull of Domino tenons-a 990 value For complete information about the Festool Domino visit www. american wood wo rke r. com dom i no. The submitters of the remaining three favorite tips will each receive their choice of a Festool OF1400EQ Router ( 405 value), a Festool C12 Cordless Drill ( 350 value) or a Festool CT Midi Dust Extractor ( 330 value). All other tips that are published in our Workshop Tips department will earn the submitter 100. mail them to Workshop Tips Tool Giveaway, American Woodworker Magazine, 1285 Corporate Drive Center, Suite 180. Eagan, MN 55121. Submissions must be received by July 31, 2007. Winners will be announced in the October 2007 issue of American Woodworker. Submissions cannot be returned and become our property upon acceptance and payment.

The Wellequipped Shop

The ProMiter-100 is a well engineered, precision miter gauge designed for woodworkers by a woodworker, Mario Salazar, owner of Salazar Solutions. With the ProMiter-100 you can set angles to within 0.1 degree of accuracy from -50 degrees to +50 degrees in a matter of seconds, rather than minutes. American Woodworker November 2007 25 American Woodworker November 2007 25 Enter a new or renewal subscription to American Woodworker > and give a FREE gift subscription YES Enter or extend my one-year (7 issues) American Woodworker subscription and send my friend listed below a one-year subscription at no additional cost Bill me at the one-year rate of only 24.98 for both subscriptions a 70 savings off the newsstand price and send my friend a card announcing my gift.

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E-mail your entry to myshop with digital photos attached. Or mail your description with prints or digital photos on a disc to My Shop, American Woodworker, 1285 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 180, Eagan, MN 55121. Please include your phone number. Submissions cannot be returned and become our property on acceptance and payment. We may edit submissions and use them in all print and electronic media. E-mail your entry to myshop with digital photos attached. Or mail your description with prints or digital photos on a disc to My Shop, American Woodworker, 1285 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 180, Eagan, MN 55121. Please include your phone number. Submissions cannot be returned and become our property on acceptance and payment. We may edit submissions and use them in all print and electronic media. Anii-riom Woodworker October 2007 35

Taking Chances With Kickback

THE FACTS A 28-year-old amateur woodworker was ripping a l-in.-wide strip from a 5-in.-wide board. He positioned the narrow strip between the blade and fence, as shown in the top photo. He had removed the blade guard and splitter, and was standing directly behind the workpiece. Rather than try to squeeze his right-hand fingers between the blade and fence to finish the cut, he switched to his left hand and pushed the waste side of the board. He saw the board ride up on top of the blade and shoot back at his chest. The board broke a rib and removed a large slab of skin.

Getting Too Close To The Blade

THE FACTS A 48-year-old amateur woodworker trimmed the end off a long board, using his miter gauge. He turned ofi the saw, and as the blade was slowing down he noticed that the oifcut was bumping against the blade. He flipped the offcut away with his index finger, and in the process brought his thumb into the blade. He lost about V4 in. from the tip of his thumb.

Cnc For Any Size Shop

Whether you're a weekend woodworker looking to expand the scope of your projects or a serious craftsman ready to turn your passion into a business. ShopBot has an affordable, American-made solution for your woodworking needs. Our PRSstandard CNC system gives you the performance necessary to take your designs to the next level, while our PRSalpha offers professional-grade speed, power and accuracy at a fraction of the cost of the big iron machines.

Portable Storage Bins

Storage for nails, screws and other small parts is another problem that nearly every woodworker faces. Although we received dozens of ideas for storage containers using just about everything imagineable, I really liked the design of these portable storage bins sent in by Peter Coope of North Stonington, Connecticut

Contributor Guidelines

We encourage you to write to us with anything you think would be interesting for other woodworkers. It doesn't have to be fancy, just describe your idea or project briefly, and we'll rake it from there. Address your letter to one of the following departments, or simply to Editor. Where to Write American Woodworker 2915 Commers Dr., Suite 700 Eagan, MN 55121 Fax (651) 994-2250 woodworker.

The Tools You Need For The Work You Do

The print version of American Woodworker's latest index (for issues 1 through 63) is available by mail. Send a check or money order for 4.95 to American Woodworker Index, Box 7591, Red Oak, IA 51591, or call toll-free (800) 666-3111 . Eds. CIRCl E NO 5 OH PRODUCT INFORMATION FORM 14 AMERICAN WOODWORKER A OCTOBf R 1 < 19 H Proud sponsor of The New Yankee Workshop with Norm Abram and The American Woodshop with Scott Phillips. I have been a woodworker and a buiHer for a long time now, with moderate success at both endeavors. Recently I noticed that some of the greatest woodworkers (Kirby, Kelsey, and Krenov, to name a few) have a few physical traits in common. They're all bald, or close to it and they all have grey beards I'm planning to open up the Marble Road School of Bald and Bearded Woodworkers. (MRSBBW, Inc.) I'm also seriously considering a pair of those half-glasses that fall off the tip of your nose.

Advanced threeplane set

This is a good starter set for a woodworker who wants to really enjoy what hand planes can do. Each plane has a specialized purpose. The low angle block plane excels at cutting end grain the leveling plane (which can be either a No. 6 or a No. 7) joints edges and flattens a large surface the smoothing plane (either a No. 4 or a No. 41 2) can make wood look so good that it hardly needs a finish. American Woodworker july 2008 37

Best Of The Booths At

Many folks stopped to watch, listen, and dodge shavings as Don Weber demonstrated the bodgcr's craft at the American Woodworker I> ooth. Weber, whose latest article (on crafting a hand-made hay rake) appeared in AW 40, began by splitting leg blanks out of a log. After drawshav-ing the blank to a rough cylinder, Weber strung the piece in his bowstring lathe and proceeded to turn out shapely chair parts while praising the simple ingenuity (not to mention the health Like many amateur woodworkers I'm always on the lookout for extra storage that doesn't take up wall or floor space.

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I would like to compliment the staff of American Woodworker for producing such an excellent magazine. I have always had an interest in woodworking, but reading your magazine has given me the desire and ambition to set up a shop and start taking woodworking more seriously. You cover all aspects of the art well tools and equipment, how-to articles, shop setup, etc. After buying american woodworker at the store for a year, I finally purchased a subscription. Keep up the good work.

Optional Tools and Accessories

A serious woodworker may want to consider investing in one of these. It is an invaluable time-saver lor most projects. For the amount of laminacing I do, I couldn't do without it. I use 80-grit paper most of the time, but 120 will provide a really fine laminacing surface. An Airmate hood with filter unit is great light-weight dust protection. I didnt realize how much I'd appreciate dust-lree eyes, face and hair until I bought one. Most of the professional woodworkers and serious hobbyists I know wonder how thev could have done without one for so long.

Freds Dadoing Baseplate

The upshot for the router woodworker is that dadoes cut for these materials using full-dimension bits aren't right. The dado's exactly Y* inch wide, but the material either rattles or won't Pit. A solution is available V*-inch straight and dado bits that are lA inch either over- or undersized.

The Ipoor mans mortising ritachine

There are many methods you can use to cut mortises for mortise' and-tehon joinery. The best way is to purchase a special mortising machine or a mortising attachment for your drill press. But if you'd rather not spend the money on these expensive tools, the following method will produce clean mortises when done carefully. It's a little slower and takes some trial and error, but for the weekend woodworker who already owns a drill press, it's a good option.

Draft Quality Minutes

Using raster carving and the best mode, creating the American Woodworker sign took 1-3 4 hours the patterns shown on the virtual board in Photo 4 will take almost 2-1 2 hours to complete. Vector carving is faster. Using the new Centerline software, vectoring the AW sign in best mode took only 37 minutes the pattern shown in Photo 5 will take about half an hour. The CompuCarve is designed to run continuously, because large-scale carvings can take all day. On the bright side, the CompuCarve will work tirelessly on its own while you work on other projects. E-mail your entry to toolnut or write to us at The Tool Nut, American Woodworker Magazine, 1285 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 180, Eagan, MN 55121.

Use It As A Work Support

There is a tradition among woodworkers of making extremely fine tool cabinets, as a way for the traveling journeyman woodworker to display his or her abilities. There's nothing wrong with following that tradition. But it's not what 1 was after in this design. This toolbox is in no way a showcase. It's a tough, utilitarian piece of shop furniture featuring exposed screw heads and naked plywood edges.

Early American Cupboard

If your kitchen is large enough for it, this country-style cupboard will provide considerable storage space while adding a good deal more charm than additional wall cabinets. It's also a fine dining room piece for storing that set of fancy dishes that is used only occasionally This is a project that will take quite a few hours to complete, but the joinery is uncomplicated all phases of construction can be handled by a woodworker with modest skill and equipment It's a very rewarding piece to build.

Our Recommendations

When it comes to drilling accurate holes, you cant beat a drill press. Its a versatile machine that can also be used as a drum sander and for cutting mortises. It may not be the first stationary tool you buy, but a drill press is one of those basic tools every woodworker needs. 36 American Woodworker 2003 tool buyer's guide

Perfect Project Parts

One of the best ways to measure your skills and progress as a woodworker is to look at the projects you made five or ten years ago and compare them to your most recent work. If you're anything like me, you may cringe a little at those old masterpieces. Some of the mistakes stick out like a sore thumb. And I

Regaining The Cutting Edge

Chisels and gouges .ire indispensable tools for most woodworkers. So when we destroy a tool's hardness, or temper, by burning it on the grinder, we're likely to lose our own tempers as well. Although burned cutting edges can usually be prevented by frequent water-cooling while sharpening, the occasional overheated edge is inevitable. II 2 AMtKICAN WOODWORKER A DECEMBER 1996

Bridgewood Professional

The woodworker'* cd c Excitement was high at last November's American Woodworker Show in Fort Washington, PA (near Philadelphia), as our gigantic Sitka sprucc bowl ncarcd completion. The 7-ft., 9 -in.-dia. vessel is the largest bowl ever turned on a lathe. Hundreds of woodworking enthusiasts cheered as the bowl finally came off the lathe and rested on the floor on the last day of the show. Shortly afterward, AMERICAN WOODWORKER applied to The Guinness Book of World Records to secure official recognition for the world's largest turned bowl. Guinness is currently in the process of verifying the record. Adam's parents, Lee and Beth Ann Decker of northern Ohio, nourished Adam's interest in woodworking and fostered his sense of responsibility, confidence, and concern for safety. Here's some of their best advice for encouraging a young woodworker

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Do You Know A Great American Woodworker We're looking for other talented, undiscovered woodworker who have an interesting story to tell about themselves and their worfe (f you're that person, or you know somebody else who is, please write us at greatwoodworker The Society's mission is to recognize, encourage and promote student achievement in the applied arts, as industrial and technical education programs are often called. Applied arts classes, such as woodshop, provide hands-on learning with tools, materials, and processes that result in a finished prototype, project or service. MITES primary goal is to motivate applied arts students to excel in the classroom, in their personal lives and in their careers. WHAT'S KEEPING public school woodshop programs vibrant these days In Michigan, the answer is MITES, the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society. Established in 1928 by manual arts

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The new Delta benchtop Model 11-090 Radial Drill Press delivers versatile drilling capabilities affordable to the small-shop woodworker. It has a tilting drilling head for drilling angled holes and for horizontal boring as well as straight drilling. A movable arm expands the capacity to allow drilling to the center of a 32-in. circle. The head also swivels 360 around the column for working on or off the table. It

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This bench has all the classic features but modern techniques make building it a snap

Woodworking shops have changed a lot over the years. But one shop fixture is just as essential today as it was a hundred years ago. A solid workbench is still the hub around which all shop activity revolves. I would have to say it's the most indispensable tool in my shop. This workbench passes this test and then some. To call it sturdy is a bit of an understatement. The massive mortise and tenon frame forms an extremely rigid foundation. The laminated top is a woodworker's dream large, very solid, and with plenty of clamping options. The large front vise or the tail vise, both with opposing dog holes, will handle any job.

Mortising Chisel Flak

I noticed in Master your Mortiser (AW 128, May 2007) that the mortise chisel's opening is facing front, toward the woodworker. I turn my mortise chisel opening to the left, so that the chips fall into the previous plunge, when cutting left to right. This prevents any clogs and keeps the chisel running cool. In Lithium-Ion for the Woodworker (AW 129,July 2007) your description of the 10.8 V Bosch Pocket Driver stated Its single speed is too low for drilling most holes, Please check your specs. This drill is a variable speed drill driver, i find this to be a very versatile tool, and it is certainly a worthwhile addition to most anyone's shop.

Picking Your Grits And Making Them Last

A graphite platen will also extend the life of your sanding belts. This accessory, which replaces the sander's stainless-steel platen and cork backing, reduces friction and heat buildup on the belts. If it's unavailable from your sander manufacturer, you can buy graphite platen material from Woodworker's Supply (800-645-9292) and trim it to fit. I.B.

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Complete Kit Readytoassemble On Your Deck Or Patio

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Everything You Need To Make A Razorsharp Edge Is Right At Your Fingertips

This project is designed for a 5'6 to 5'10 tall woodworker. If you're shorter or taller than this, you may want to Second, figure out the height at which you're comfortable grinding. Man)' woodworkers prefer elevating a grinder so its tool rests are about elbow-high. This height will vary between 6-in. and 8-in. grinders (we used an 8-in. grinder for our station). Use this measurement to determine the height of the shelf above the cabinet.

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When the NASCAR season ends, SPEED TV reporters Ray Dunlap and John Roberts bum rubber to their woodshops. rubber and exhaust have to do with woodworking Plenty, if you're Ray Dunlap and John Roberts, two passionate woodworkers who also happen to be famous names in the world of NASCAR. Ray (above) is a pit reporter in NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series. John (opposite page) is the host of SPEED TV'S NASCAR RaceDay pre-race show. Both of these guys enjoyed woodworking well before they started their current careers and have their own woodshops in the description with prints or digital photos on a disc to My Shop, American Woodworker, 1285 Corporate Center Drive,Suite 180,Eagan, MN 55121. Please include your phone number. Submissions cannot be returned and become our property on acceptance and payment. We may edit submissions and use them in all print and electronic media.

Designing Inshop Tool Storage

V Talking through the cabinetmaker's, wheelwright's and cooper's shops of Colonial Williamsburg in Virgina, I was struck by one thing that each of these pre-industrial woodworking shops hold in common the ubiquitous presence of countless hand tools hung or shelved along nearly every square inch of wall surface. When I asked the craftsmen about this, they replied that working exclusively with hand tools demanded that the tools be immediately accessible anything less markedly affected the efficiency of their work. While larger tools such as planes or fragile layout instruments might be stored in their personal chests at the end of the workday, they found it best to leave such tools as screwdrivers, hammers, chisels, saws, and bits and braces permanently set out close at hand on the walls of the shop. And because they worked either alone or among family or close associates (not among strangers in a factory), they felt safe leaving their tools out in the open. The interior of the Dominy...

How to make sharp burrs on cabinet scraper edges

The cabinet scraper isn't just a tool for cabinetmakers. This simple metal blade can do away with almost all of the need for sanding in woodworking shops. As long as the cutting burr is sharp, the cabinet scraper will shave off paper-thin wisps of wood, leaving behind a glass-smooth surface that has no sanding marks. If you've never used a cabinet scraper, it's well worth investing a few dollars to try out this valuable tool. You may never go back to sanding again.

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Woodworkers Have It Made Wc woodworkers really have it made cspccially when the holidays roll around. While weary shoppers struggle in traffic jams spending hard-earned cash on mass-produced merchandise, we can relax in our work-shops, making gifts that people will treasure for years to come. From all of us at Amfrican Woodworker, have a relaxing holiday season and a happy and productive new year.

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Many woodworkers leave behind a legacy of work for future generations some also leave trees to replace the ones they use. In northern California, the Sonoma County Woodworkers' Association (SCWA) gathers annually to plant the next generation of trees with the current generation of kids. On planting day, woodworkers and kids gather trees and supplies. After a brief discussion and demo, adults and kids break into workgroups. In an afternoon, a dozen adults and a few dozen kids can easily plant 20 trees. The Albuquerque (NM) Woodworkers Association helped Cub Scouts plant over 150 native trees last year through a similar program. So, along with a small forest of trees planted by woodworkers, grows a spirit of responsibility and trust in the future. Paul Anthony American Woodworker Online is part of the America Online computer service. From the AOL main menu, enter keyword wood. For free AOL software and 15 free hours of online time> call (800) 764-4400.

Portable Belt Sanders

The belt sander B JH ost woodworkers consider sanding a aggressively removes llf I chore, and rank it right up there with nicks and scratches IW1 taking out the garbage, which in a and flattens stock sense it is. It's taking out the scratches, nicks, quickly, and milling marks left by various tools. Well, portable belt sanders can help with this nasty job. They remove stock quickly, clean up rough surfaces, and flatten glued-up tablctops and panel assemblies. Though they can't beat hand planes when it comes to perfectly flattening stock, belt sanders will smooth woods with wavy, interlocking, troublesome figure without tearing out the grain. In skilled hands, they're capable of finer work too, although belt-sanded surfaces usually require additional smoothing (with an orbital or random-orbit sander) before finish is applied.

Guild Hits Gold With Annual Expo

The Northeastern Woodworkers Association of upstate New York has again proven that people working together can make a difference. In March, the group staged its fourth annual Woodworking EXPO at the Saratoga Springs Civic Center, to the delight of almost 6,000 attendees. The show's biggest attraction was the woodworking competition, which included 525 pieces by 81 local artisans. There was also a Distinguished Woodworkers Galler> ,n featuring works by George Nakashima, Sam Maloof. Bob Stocksdale and others including 60 Minutes star Andy Rooney,

You Select The Components To Fit Your Budget And Your Needs

The Perlormax Components were designed to fit the needs of all woodworkers. A suspended 22 drum sands up to 44 wide in two passes. An abrasive power feed belt provides a non-skid surface for flawless and effortless sandtfig. Retrofit the S T Sander and Power Feed to the Pro Stand for maximum ef1ic ency.

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From a visitors gangway above, one looks down into a cav-ernous shop filled with machines from the 19th and earlv 20th centuries. Here, apprentices and journeymen are turning out decorative parts for Victorian houses, using the same skills woodworkers did KM) years ago.

Rabbeting with a straight bit

Many woodworkers prefer to make rabbet cuts with a straight bit rather than a piloted router bit for a couple of reasons piloted bits have a tendency to jump and wtii foiiow any imperfections in the edge of the board they also wtii cut rabbets of only a set depth (even piloted rabbet bits with Interchangeable bearings are hilled to four set depths). By using a jig ike the one shown to the left, you increase the bearing surface, preventing jump-outs, and you can adjust the relationship of the jig to the bit to cut rabbets of any depth up to ifte maximum cutting capacity of the bit To make the jig. simply choose a straight piece of scrap about 1 ft long, make a notch slightly deeper than the bit diameter, and clamp the jig to the router base so the fait protrudes to the depth of the cut

Drawers With No Visible Means Of Support

I think this is a project thatH J might appeal to a lot of woodworkers. I'll admit the design is quite simple. But simple designs often require quite a bit of ingenuity in the shop. That was definitely true with this Coffee Table. And then there's the drawers. If you were to crawl under this coffee table (a favorite pastime of woodworkers), you'd see nothing but the bottoms of the drawers. No rails, no drawer guides, no visible means of support. Just three drawers hanging in mid-air. But before we get to the drawrers, the basic table must be assembled.

Filler And Finish For Outdoor Furniture

As mentioned in Talking Shop on page 29.1 used Minwax's High Performance Wood Filler for filling the counterbored holes before painting the pine version of the Adirondack Chair shown on the back cover. This filler is available at many local home centers, and paint and hardware stores. If you can't find it locally, it can be ordered through the mail from The Woodworkers' Store, 21801 Industrial Blvd., Rogers, MN 55374-9514 phone (612) 428-2199. For finishing the redwood Adirondack furniture, I used a mixture of 50 McCloskey's Man O' War Satin Spar Varnish and 50 McCloskey's Stain Controller & Wood Sealer (for more information, see page 29). These products are available at some local retail stores and home centers, and can also be ordered from The Woodworkers' Store (see address above).

Making Your Final Choice

Even after carefully reviewing the requirements, you'll likely find that there are two or more good candidates for each joinery job. How do you choose between them There is a brilliantly simple rule of thumb that many experienced woodworkers use to cut through this Gordian knot of joinery But before 1 let you in on this secret, let me tell you a brief story. As 1 researched the desk, I ran across an old magazine article by an accomplished woodworker who had built a similar piece. His account of the project was daunting. Complex was too mild a word to describe the joinery. The bracket feet, for example, were assembled with double-blind mitered dovetails I've never met a woodworker who managed to complete a double-blind mitered dovetail in his lifetime,

Ma kit a Portable Planer

Portable planers brought planing capability to legions of woodworkers on a budget. Now Makita has an entry in this field. The Makita Model 2012 compact planer is a good balance of capacity (it'll handle stock up to 12 in. wide and 6 in. high) and weight (52.8 lbs). The automatic-feed rollers pull stock through at 26.2 ft. a minute, past a two-blade cutterhead rotating at 8.000 RPM. The maxi

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Chat live with other woodworkers around the country Swap information about project plans, woodworking techniques, magazine articles, and new tools and accessories. Join AW's online community, a service of America Online you're always welcome some 125 disadvantaged kids in the Los Angeles area received toy bulldozers this holiday season, thanks to the San Fernando Valley Woodworkers (SFVW). San Fernando Valley (CA) Woodworkers show off the toy bulldozers they made.

Quick Change Accessory System

Introducing the first quick change accessory system designed for woodworkers. It's Rapid Load' from DeWALT, and it lets you change bits up to 50 faster than standard keyless chucks. The Rapid Load system features a heavy-duty holder and a wide selection of professional-grade, Guaranteed Tough accessories. The bits easily slide in and out of the holder while the universal 1 4 hex shank design prevents slipping. Even better, the Rapid Load holder fits all brands of 3 8 and 1 2 cordless and corded drills. So get your Rapid Load system today, and see how fast you finish your work tomorrow.

Quick Chance Accessory System

Introducing the first quick change accessory system designed for woodworkers. It's Rapid Load from DcWALT, and it lets you change bits up to 50 faster than standard keyless chucks. The Rapid Load system features a heavy-duty holder and a wide selection of professional-grade, Guaranteed Tough' accessories. The bits easily slide in and out of the holder while the universal 1 4 hex shank design prevents slipping. Even better, the Rapid Load holder fits all brands of 3 8 and 1 2 cordless and corded drills. So get your Rapid Load system today, and see how fast you finish your work tomorrow. Woodworkers' Discount Books

What Every Shop Needs

Take any random group of wood workers, and you could get a pretty good argument going by asking everyone what every shop needs. Most people would say a well-adjusted tablesaw with a sharp, high-quality blade. But there are still plenty of folks who prefer a radial-arm saw. (Beats me why.) You'd get just about everyone to agree that a router is essential, although the rustic woodworkers and molding plane fans would say No way Is there really any one thing that every shop needs Issue s 104. American Woodworker*, ISSN 1074-9152, USPS 738-710 Published bimonthly, except monthly October and November by Home Service Publications, Inc., 260 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10016. Periodicals postage paid at New York, NY and additional mailing offices. Postmaster Send change of address notice to American Woodworker*, PO Box 8148, Red Oak. IA 51591-1148. Subscription rates U.S. one-year, 24.98. Single-copy, 5.99. Canada one-year,S29.98 (U.S. Funds) GST R J 22988611. Foreign surface...

Ultimate Cuts In Veneered Plywood Melaime Chipboard And Solid Ws

When we listen to woodworkers, we understand what you mean -1- after all, we are woodworkers You told us you needed a dado to cut plywood, solid wood, hardwood veneered plywood, lamlnatesand melamine chip-tree. You told us that It needed to cut precise slots and maintain accuracy. And it especially needed to accommodate today's undersized plywoods.

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