American Woodworker Mag #145 Dec 2010
How to Build A Torsion Box
It's amazingly strong, light and cheap!
Adjustable Height Assembly Table
Legs that ratchet up and down with ease.
Greene and Greene Furniture Details
An expert woodworker talks about what really gets him excited.
Store office necessities in style.
Arts & Crafts Hall Tree
Organize your gear with an oak classic.
Etched Brass Nameplates
Personalize your woodworking projects
Making an indexed edge guide, building a T-square jig for biscuit joints, flattening warped boards using a planer sled, steadying molding for sanding, using two handscrews to rout small parts, identifying parts with tape, making a perf-board template for shelf-pin holes, and using a jig for routing toe spaces in cabinet sides.
Making a marking knife from a bandsaw blade, making a band clamp from a rubber band and string, practicing on a turning's waste area, making a corner clamping jig, using a featherboard to index narrow rip cuts, plumbing with a water jug, turning a planer knife into a drawerknife, and using soda caps as standoffs.
23 new tools you should know about.
It's as comfortable as a favorite book.
Great American Woodworker
A former minister discovers a new calling.
Old machines often have advanced features.
New tablesaw blade guards are easy to live with.
A cabinet's back, put on the front.