Downloadable Issue 45: February / March 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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Please the cook in your home with this exquisite “Butcher Block Cart”. And while making it, learn two new skills – draw-bore joinery and butcher-block assembly. Create “Molded, Mitered Picture Frames” in a variety of sizes. Grind a double-beveled, V-shaped end on an old planter or jointer knife to create a precision “Marking Knife” for layout assignments. And lastly, using workshop scrap and jig hardware, fashion a “Spindle Fluting Jig” that works with your plunge router to cut evenly spaced flutes on both cylindrical and tapered spindles.Techniques in this issue: “Picture Framing’s Final Touches” and “Pen Turning” – Complete your finished wood frame with glass, mat board, art, a back and dust cover using the shop-proven processes and tools.Special Feature: “Tablesaw Tune Up” Ensure that the most important tool in your shop delivers maximum performance and accuracy with this “keeper” guide for correcting a misaligned table, blade, fence, miter gauge and other common ills.Tool features include: “Hot New Tools and Accessories” and “Using Calipers in the Shop.” Learn the multiple tasks ideally suited for dial and digital calipers in joinery and tool setup where precision measuring is critical.