Woodcraft Magazine - Downloadable Issue 44: December / January 2012
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Woodcraft Magazine covers the Projects, Techniques, and Products of woodworking like no one else! Each issue is packed with stories from our expert project designers, builders, writers and...
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The December/January 2011/12 issue of Woodcraft Magazine promises to be a smorgasbord of gifts that includes four great projects for family and friends.
Make this “Pagoda-Style Jewelry Box” for that special someone. Designed by Wisconsin woodworker Bob Dickey and made of figured maple and walnut, this project offers a unique way to hang drawers. Several simple shop jigs pitch in to help with machining accuracy and box assembly. Or drill, rout, and cut stackable wooden parts that kids (and adults) can use to fashion a creative “Marble Race”. Work with bending plywood as you form this charming “Holiday Tabletop Sleigh”. Do you enjoy seeing your money disappear? Slip a coin into this clever splined “Magic Coin Bank”and you just might. The secret lies in the front-surface mirror within that gives the illusion the box is empty.Techniques in this issue: “Dovetail Joints Redux” and “Surface Preperation” – Learn shop-proven tricks for removing glue residue, scratches and dents from your projects on the way to achieving a flawless finish.Special Features: “The Shoulder Plan” and “Shop Setup for the Wheelchair Woodworker”.Tool features include: “Hot New Tools and Accessories” and “Well Stocked Shop – Wood Fillers.”
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I bought this copy for a marble game plans so I could build it for his birthday. He is going to be 6.