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Editor Picks: Greene & Greene Bedroom Set
FROM OUR READERS • Full Speed Ahead!
STUMPERS • February’s Reptilian Wrench
TRICKS OF THE TRADE • Fresh Ideas for Bracing Miters and Turnings
“Space to Learn” Desks Build Community • WJ staffer joins in the fun to help Minnesota distance learners.
More Lumber, More Variety • Rockler responds to customer demands for lumber by expanding these resources in select stores.
Carbide-insert Turning Tools • Easy to use without sharpening, these tools answer the call for some situations. But keep in mind, no tool is a turning panacea.
Cloud Lift Dining Table • With a nod to the Greene brothers, this compact dining table offers style and functionality in a sturdy furniture piece.
Cedar Potting Bench • This spacious and stylish fixture for your gardening needs can also double as an outdoor bar with beverage cooler!
Benchtop Tool Cart • A jobsite table saw and router table join forces on this easy-to-build four-drawer workstation.
Rolling Task Light • Whether used as a raking light for finishing or for quick, wherever-you-need-it illumination, this articulating task light is on a roll.
Figuring Out Figure • As long as wood figure is not obscured by paint or concentrated stain, it will strongly a ect the appearance of your project.
Spotlight on Task Lighting • Supplemental lighting options can make shop tasks easier, safer and more enjoyable.
Ins and Outs of “Roughing It” • Woodworking lumberyards often carry unsurfaced hardwoods. Here’s what to expect when buying these diamonds in the rough.
Castle 110 Pocket Cutter • Manufacturer of industrial-grade screw pocket machines launches pro-quality benchtop version for small shops.
Auto-adjust Table Saws, Pocket-Hole Jigs
How Do I Avoid Bubbles When Varnishing? • Thinning varnish first and using a better applicator can help prevent those pesky little bubbles.
Longleaf Pine: Pinus palustris • A standout among common pines, here’s a promising furniture contender.