American Woodworker Mag #144 Oct 2009
Repair A Water-Damaged Finish
Work miracles on wood with oxalic acid.
Thrifty Tips Special
A collection of our favorite money-saving workshop tips.
Designs for the Hyper-Organized Shop
20 projects for putting more tools in less space.
Walnut Coffee Table
Simple joinery allows time to add cool design details.
Tips for Sharpening
The "Why" is just as important as the "How".
These books are so easy and fun to make that you'll want a dozen.
Build an updated American classic from bargain-priced plywood and poplar.
Building a zero clearance miter saw table, positioning a router table fence using a router bit's shank, making a bandsaw fence with stacked bearings, using a router table insert as an extra-large base, making wooden bars for Bessey K-Blocks, adding cutting board runners to wood drawers, and extending the jaw of a tail vise.
SawStop Professional Cabinet Saw, Steel City 5 Speed Granite Mini-Lathe, Gorilla Wood Glue, Colt Maxicut Forstner bits, Bessey EZS Clamps, FeatherBow featherboards, Veritas Large Spokeshave, Liquid Nails Wood Projects Repair Adhesive and more!
A boatbuilder's timber frame workshop.
The New Delta Unisaw
It lives up to the legacy.
A venerable bandsaw and nails that have special meaning.
Milescraft router Pantograph
An inexpensive, simple tool for making signs in any style.
A radial arm saw brake works too well.