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Winter 2013-2014

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Tablesaw Extension

Tablesaw Extension Make wide cuts in a small shop. By Roy Smith There’s not enough room in my garage shop for a tablesaw with a 52-in.-capacity rip fence. But no worries—I don’t need...

Reading Grain Direction

Reading Grain Direction “Going against the grain” is a familiar phrase. It means doing something the wrong way.When you’re talking about wood, you always want to go with the grain—cutting...

AW Extra 7/12/12 - Router-Made Drawer and Door Pulls

Router-Made Drawer and Door Pulls If you’re after a sleek, clean look, a wooden pull that’s an integral part of a door or drawer front is a great solution. By Brad Holder You can make integrated...

Backyard Sawmill

Backyard Sawmills We all love wood, whether it's a wide clear board or a gnarly slab with wild grain. That's why sawing our own lumber crosses the minds of most woodworkers. It might be inspired...

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  • Dowel Rod Storage

    I build a lot of projects that require using dowel rods. It has always been a problem for me to store...

  • Zero Clearance Insert Material

    I needed to make a new zero clearance insert for my tablesaw. In the past, I've used a piece of UHWM...

  • Homemade table saw fence

    With just three pieces of scrap wood. The oak cleat rides on this Dewalt Jobsite Tablesaw's fence...

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