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A Cleaner Purpose • Two can unwrinkle this item’s mystery.
TRICKS OF THE TRADE • Low-tech Tactics for Gluing and Polishing
Building More than Boats • This non-profit program in St. Paul, Minnesota, has 26 years of successfully working with youths.
Dale Barnard Woodworking School • Dale Barnard describes the atmosphere of his and wife Mary’s woodworking school as “real informal. It’s like working in your dad’s shop.”
Choosing a Four-jaw Scroll Chuck • Scroll chucks are beneficial for both faceplate and spindle work. Here’s what to keep in mind before you buy.
Outdoor Love Seat • Elegant and easy to build, you can enhance your porch, patio or backyard with this attractive love seat.
ROYCROFT-STYLE TABORET • This stylish little table will showcase a small stash of quartersawn white oak you’ve been saving.
Universal Clamping Table • This work surface integrates T-slot accessories into your clamping process for assembly, glue-ups, machining and more
Butt Joint Variations • Bring two flat surfaces together with glue or other reinforcements, and you’ve created woodworking’s simplest joint.
Benchtop Drill Press Table • Add functionality and efficiency to your drill press with this versatile accessory.
The Band Saw • Band saws are able to easily cut curves in wood, but they can do so much more than that.
Brushless Rotary Tool, Versatile Task Light
Rockler 4-Piece Digital Measuring Kit • Verify angles, fine dimensions, blade and bit settings and more with numeric convenience and precision.
Installing Undermount Drawer Slides • Among many metal drawer slide options, feature-rich undermount slides are gaining popularity rapidly.
How Can I Un-weather Old Redwood? • Deck and siding cleaners or sanding can restore the original color of weathered wood. But that silvery gray won’t stay away forever outside.