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Create your own unique closing mechanism for that special wooden box or cabinet. Carefully cutting your own small parts and sanding them to a perfect fit is sure to be a pleasurable challenge.

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The questions posed in this month’s issue, though dealing with three different machines, all have one thing in common: Each asks for information on where and how to sell the equipment concerned. As my advice is the same for each, I’ll end the column with a generic answer.

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As all-American as jazz music, the traditional styling of this hefty linen cabinet is a meld of the influences of Gustav Stickley, the Arts & Crafts movement, and Greene & Greene styling.

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The router is considered by many woodworkers to be the single most versatile machine in the shop. Here’s what to consider when shopping for this essential tool.

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As all-American as jazz music, the traditional styling of this hefty linen cabinet is a meld of the influences of Gustav Stickley, the Arts & Crafts movement, and Greene & Greene styling.

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IN THE 1980s, TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION began to replace industrial arts programs in many of our nation’s schools. 

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Here’s a little tool I use to remove excessive glue from joints that has worked quite effectively for me. 

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The new Mite-R-Excel miter gauge from JessEm Tool offers an unsurpassed level of accuracy, reliability and value.

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Delta’s new Model 36-716 table saw is a solid, feature-packed cross between a contractor’s saw and a cabinet saw. No compromise required.

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When it comes to wood finishing, Michael Dresdner knows that little things count – little things like elements and molecules. This “lazy perfectionist” became an expert by spending time in the shop and in the classroom.

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