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This is a previously owned magazine. If you are looking to fill in your collection of ShopNotes magazines, this one will do the job. Projects included a Miter Gauge Fence, a Chisel Plane and a Fold Down Work Center. Along with 5 workshop solutions; pip clamp caddy, bench mounted belt sander, shop made chisel holder and a foot pedal modification. Articles include discussions on tips for mixing powdered glue, anti-kickback bits, stock preparation and drill press tips.
This issue of American Woodworker features a collection of advanced and intermediate skill level projects as well as articles on shop solutions and technical advice. No matter the year of publication, the majority of this content is still relevant today.
This ShopNotes magazine issue covers projects and articles such as making a Jointer Push Block, a Vertical Raised Panel Jig, Tuning Up Your Router, techniques on Edge banding Plywood,tips for Ripping on the Table saw, Tool Storage System for portable power tools, a discussion on Lumber Grade, and five workshop tested solutions (Router Bit Depth Gauge, an Adjustment Block for your Router, Installing Threaded Inserts, Squaring Up Large Panels, and a Cork Bottom Sanding Block).
This issue of ShopNotesÂ Magazine features the Build Your Own Dust Collector, along with building your own Router Bit Storage Cabinet, Cyclone and Filter Box. Articles talk about scroll saw blades, band saw setup, pipe and hook-ups for your 2 stage dust collector, plywood veneers and reader submitted shop solutions.
This early issue of American Woodworker magazine, even though a few decades old, still holds premium content for woodworking projects and articles on workshop techniques that are relevant in todays woodworking workshops. Projects included; Pennsylvania style Hanging Corner Cupboard by Craig Bentzley, Turning Bent Chair Posts by Michael Dunbar, Chinese Plant Stand by Ralph Wilkes, Two String Toys for children, an Oak Armchair by David Donnelley and Shaker Wall Clock by W. Curtis Johnson. View the Larger Image Slideshow for pictures of the projects.
This ShopNotes magazine issue covers projects and articles such as an Indexing Jig for your router table, shop made Drill Bit Case, perfect sequence for Perfect Mitres, heavy bench Lath Stand, practical tips for Layout Techniques, new Sanding Products, Six Shop Solutions (Pipe Clamp Edge Vise, Supports for Cutting Plywood, Auxiliary Band Saw Fence, a Tip for Rust Removal, Glue Brush Tip and a shop made Cord Tie) plus a discussion on Full-Extension Drawer Slides.
This is a second hand magazine. Condition rated 9 out of 10. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the Table of Contents. Feature Articles: When Mistakes Happen, Stack and Saw Lumber on the Same Rack, Turning Bowls from Green Wood, Chamfers, Nail Guns for Cabinetry, A light Sette in Cherry, Horizontal Router Table, Glazing with Polyurethane, A Breeding Ground for Furniture Makers, Shopmade Tension Gauge and A spring with spunk.
This vintage woodworkers magazine features the following projects (view the Larger Image Slideshow for pictures); Wood Locomotive, Slant Top Writing Desk, Silver Chest, Block Puzzle, Mirror Box and Wall Organizer. Articles discuss curved bandsaw fences, Viking furniture, drum sanders and drawer construction.
This ShopNotes magazine issue covers projects and articles such as Drill Press Table Counterweight, Pipe Clamp Rack, Radial Arm Saw Return, Random Orbit SSanders, Hand Plane, Portable Miter Saw Station, Sharpening with Sandpaper, Seven Shop Tested Solutions (Frame and Panel Jig, Sanding Belt Storage Rack, Tip for Clamping Edging, Plugging Mortises, Peel and Stick Veneer Tip, No-slip Waterstones, and a Guide for Power Sanding), plus a discussion on Plywood Grades (various grades and uses).
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