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cabinetmaker's triangle, 79:75
Cabinets. See also Cupboards; Entertainment centers
 assembling, 95:71–72
 bathroom
  from plywood carcase, 91:86
 bathroom, from plywood carcase, 91:86
 box frames for, 98:77, 98:81–82
 display
  lighted, 98:76–87
 display, lighted, 98:76–87
 dividers for
  vertical, 96:17
 dividers for, vertical, 96:17
 drawers for
  new, 102:34–41
 drawers for, new, 102:34–41
 drawing surfaces for, 110:89
 face frame
  building, 91:74–86
 face frame, building, 91:74–86
 face frames for, 89:62
  fitting, 91:80, 91:82
 filler strips for, 88:83
 for practice spraying, 101:38
 for router table, 99:4142
 hanging
  solo, 92:20
 hanging, solo, 92:20
 kitchen
  carving for, 89:24
 kitchen, carving for, 89:24
 lights for, 98:84
 material for, 91:75
 modular, 112:44–53
 over-desk, 95:60–75
 quick plywood, 96:60–67
 rolling shop
  from plywood carcase, 91:86
 rolling shop, from plywood carcase, 91:86
 shop, 91:88–96
  making, 87:33–43
  mobile, 105:34
 sink
  shelves for, 85:92, 85:94
 sink, shelves for, 85:92, 85:94
 storage
  building, 87:36
 storage, building, 87:36
 wall mounting, 95:72–73, 95:75
 wall-hung
  cleats for, 100:52–53
 wall-hung, cleats for, 100:52–53
 web frames for, 95:62, 95:64–69, 95:75
 wide
  building, 87:36
 wide, building, 87:36
cabinets. See also cupboards
 books about, 59:37
 CD storage, 42:78–42:81
 china, 24:28–24:33
 curio, 6:46
 display
  Arts and Crafts style, 32:43–32:47
  glass, 15:19–15:24, 28:31–28:35
 doors for (See doors)
 entertainment
  construction drawings, 57:50–57:53,
    59:10–59:12 correction
  design guidelines, 57:48–57:49
  gadgets and gear, sources for, 57:54–57:55
  hardware sources, 27:57
  home theater, 84:48–84:63
  planning, 27:55–27:59
  walnut, 75:30–75:37, 78:17 correction
 face frame vs. frameless, 46:53 (See also face
   frames for cabinets)
 filing, 8:28–8:33, 77:64–77:71
 flammables, 82:122–82:124
 floor, 6:46
 for drill press, 78:119–78:120
 hinges for (See also hinges)
  concealed, 46:50–46:53
  types and sources for, 60:54–60:56
 Hoosier style, 77:54–77:63, 79:14 correction
 installing built-in, 78:56–78:61
 keepsake, 66:54–66:56, 68:14–68:16 correction
 kitchen, 59:36–59:41
  appliance garage, 74:62–74:66
 medicine, 6:45, 47:42
 pie safe, 79:70–79:77
 rolling, 64:36–64:39
 scribing allowance for, 78:59
 storage, for router, 33:48–33:49
 tool, 10:40–10:45, 74:59
 wall, Colonial style, 6:45
 workshop, 71:42–71:47, 72:79–72:83
cabriole legs
 shaping, 49:49
 step-by-step instructions, 80:55–80:61
CAD
 programs of
  reviewed, 109:74–85
 programs of, reviewed, 109:74–85
 tools of, 109:78–83
CAD software
 mid-price programs, 60:69
 overview of, 60:66–60:69
CAD6 Economy
 reviewed, 109:84–85
CAD6 Economy, reviewed, 109:84–85
Caddies
 for small blades, 100:32
Caddies, for small blades, 100:32
CADintosh
 reviewed, 109:84–85
CADintosh, reviewed, 109:84–85
CADopia
 reviewed, 109:84–85
CADopia, reviewed, 109:84–85
Calculated Industries
 fractional calculator, 98:31
Calculated Industries, fractional calculator, 98:31
Calculators
 for construction math, 98:31
Calculators, for construction math, 98:31
California redwood. See redwood
Calipers
 dial
  reviewed, 88:33
 dial, reviewed, 88:33
 types of, 109:34, 109:38–39
 uses of, 109:36
 vernier, 109:40
calipers
 buyer's guide, 62:13, 62:16
 using, 82:46
Callihan, Mike
 retempering tools, 56:82–56:83
 steadyrest for a lathe, 68:120
cam
 and follower, wooden mechanism, 10:35
 eccentric, wooden mechanism, 10:35
 profile, developing, 10:36–10:37
 self-conjugate, wooden mechanism, 10:36
Camp, Michael, water-based finishes, 20:16–20:21
Campbell Hausfeld
 sprayers
  reviewed, 101:62–63
Campbell Hausfeld, sprayers, reviewed, 101:62–63
Campbell, Mac, scrapers, 30:30–30:33
candle cup, sources, 73:35
candle stand, Moravian, 11:42–11:47
Candlestands
 making, 106:48–57
Candlestands, making, 106:48–57
candlesticks, spiral-turned, 73:28–73:35
candy apple finishes, creating, 63:100
cane
 aging techniques, 71:59
 installing prewoven, 71:59–71:60
 removing old, 71:57–71:58
 source, 3:7, 17:7
caning supplies, source, 52:12, 71:60
Cann, Dave, hardened chisels, 31:8
canoes
 comparison of, 20:42–20:43
 lapstrake, 66:69–66:71
cant hooks. See hewing
Canterbury Shaker Village, 60:65
carbide
 cleaning blades tipped with, 56:18
 toxicity of dust from, 52:37
carcase
 "universal," plans, 6:44–6:47
 clock, building, 10:19–10:21
 computer desk, 9:36–9:38
 construction techniques, 6:47
 design, 6:44–6:46
 filing cabinet, 8:29–8:34
 thirteen-drawer chest, 1:51–1:53
Carcases
 backs for
  shiplapped, 100:49, 100:52
 backs for, shiplapped, 100:49, 100:52
 bases for, 112:50, 112:52
 mitered, 108:33–37
 plate-joined, 98:51
 plywood, 89:56–67, 91:74–86
  modular, 112:44–53
 web frame for, 109:57
carpenter's square, buyer's guide, 62:14
Carr, Ed
 on questions, 100:10–16
Carr, Ed, on questions, 100:10–16
Carr, Jan
 on drill caddy, 105:90–94
Carr, Jan, on drill caddy, 105:90–94
Carsten, Victor, tiny turnings by, 49:20
Carts. See Tool bases
 for plants
  rolling, insert
 planer-miter saw, 109:93
 rolling-cabinet
  building, 87:35
 rolling-cabinet, building, 87:35
 workshop, 96:52, 96:56–57, 104:64, 104:68–69
Carve a Ball-and-Claw Foot with Phil Lowe, review,
  10:58
Carving
 on-line classes in, 101:26
 web site on, 101:26
carving. See also chip carving; whittling
 "lamb's tongue" pattern, 13:32–13:38
 bench hook and holding jig for, 43:24
 block cork for, source, 46:12
 bowls, 36:49–36:53
 gouges (See gouges)
 grips and strokes, 20:40–20:41
 knives (See carving knives, tools and supplies)
 leaves, 27:42–27:47
 letters, 15:14–15:18, 60:32
 lovespoons, 50:62–50:63
 paterae, 5:20–5:23
 repeat moldings, 13:32–13:38
 replacing missing parts, 79:8–79:10
 rosettes, 2:18–2:21
 scallop-shaped pattern, 23:44–23:45
 slack-belt sander for, 47:28
 spoons, 20:36–20:41
 techniques, 5:18–5:23, 8:22–8:27, 20:40–20:41,
   52:44–52:46
carving knives, tools and supplies
 basic, 5:18–5:19
 choosing, 8:27
 for burnishing, 65:34
 for chip carving, 2:18–2:22, 15:14–15:18,
   56:46–56:47
 Klotzli, 2:18–2:22, 15:14–15:18
 safety, 32:16
 sharpening, 2:22, 5:22–5:23, 8:22–8:27
 shop-made, 72:68–72:71
 sources for, 14:7
 sources for, glass eyes, 54:18
 sources for, hand-forged, 27:10
case construction
 kitchen cabinets, 59:38–59:39
 large cases, 84:55–84:57
 rabbets and dadoes shortcuts, 59:39
 sectional details, 64:38–64:39
 web frames, 74:51–74:52, 77:60–77:61
 wood movement in, 34:41
case-hardening, detecting, 79:14
Caspar, Tom
 block planes, 83:34–83:40
 dining tables, how to size, 82:24–82:32
 dovetail jigs reviewed, 84:66–84:73
 dust control, 80:62–80:68
 furniture and projects
  bed, 81:40–81:45
  frame and panel hope chest, 78:37–78:45
  Rietveld chair, 79:60–79:65
  Shaker sewing cabinet, 84:82–84:89
  tables
   cafe, 73:44–73:51
   treasured-board, 74:37–74:41
  two-part bookcase, 82:56–82:63
 Greene & Greene furniture, 78:24–78:34
 jarrah, 73:52–73:53
 lipped drawers, 84:91–84:94
 on bandsaws, 110:71–83
 on benchtop planers, 100:77–87
 on butterfly inlays, 99:61–63
 on calipers, 109:34–41
 on combo kits, 104:59–62
 on dozuki saws, 108:88–92
 on drum sanders, 93:38–51
 on folding shop table, 93:74–79
 on grain direction, 102:83–88
 on ipe, 108:67–70
 on jelly cabinet, 89:56–67
 on knots, 106:28–36
 on Limbert table, 102:50–61
 on mahogany, 103:36–46
 on mid-sized drills, 91:47–54
 on mission bookstand, 107:66–79, APR 04:66–79
 on Mission chest, 99:48–59
 on scraper sharpening, 102:63–67
 on sharpening machines, 89:76–81
 on sharpening system, 98:62–74
 on sliding tablesaws, 104:46–50
 on table, 94:58–67
 on tablesaws, 95:43–49, 96:36–51
 on tenons, 88:66–74
 on Veritas planes, 104:90–92
 on workbench, 89:33–43
 Question & Answer, 73:12–73:17
 reviews bandsaws, 111:65–79
 sag-proof shelves, 75:75–75:83
 scratch stock, shop-made, 75:50–75:53
 tambour doors, 77:86–77:92
 thickness planer review, 79:83–79:87
 tool storage, 74:58–74:61
 vises reviewed, 82:88–82:92
cassette holders. See CD and tape holders and
  organizers
casters, mounting and maneuverability, 70:22
Catches
 magnetic
  strike plates for, 105:14
Catches, magnetic, strike plates for, 105:14
caul press, 16:30–16:31. See also veneer; veneering
Cauley, John
 puzzle by, 87:82–85
Cauley, John, Cornish knot puzzles, 56:73–56:75
Cauley, John, puzzle by, 87:82–85
caulking tubes, sealing, 43:26
cauls, shop-made, 79:74
CD and tape holders and organizers
 sources for, 10:8, 57:54–57:55
 storage cabinet, 42:78–42:81
Cedar
 working with, 98:54
cedar
 Eastern red, characteristics and uses, 49:78
 lining chest with, 37:18, 52:10
 Spanish (See Spanish cedar)
Cedar, working with, 98:54
center
 finding in circles, 36:22, 63:34
 finding on a board, 54:30, 59:32, 73:61
 jig for finding, 63:34
Center finders
 bandsaw jig for, 86:14
 making, 87:16
Center finding
 with squares, 92:77
Center finding, with squares, 92:77
Central Machinery
 drill press 38144
  recommended, 97:38
 drill press 38144, recommended, 97:38
 drill presses
  recommended, 90:36–37, 90:119
  reviewed, 86:68–75
 lathe 34706
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe 34706, reviewed, 98:96–97
 mortisers
  reviewed, 90:73
 mortisers, reviewed, 90:73
 planer 40643
  reviewed, 108:46–49
 planer 40643, reviewed, 108:46–49
 planers
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planers, reviewed, 100:86–87
 scroll saw
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:102
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:102
Central Pneumatics
 nailer 46309
  reviewed, 102:74–75
Central Pneumatics, nailer 46309, reviewed,
  102:74–75
CERF. See Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF)
Ceylon satinwood
 qualities of, 101:94
Ceylon satinwood, qualities of, 101:94
Chainsaws. See also Sawmills
 lumber mill for, 104:40
 ripping with
  sharpening for, 112:78
Chainsaws, lumber mill for, 104:40
chainsaws, shop-made guard for, 60:34
chair seats
 cane (See cane)
 duplicating, 77:45
 sculpting, 50:52–50:53
 Shaker taped, 1:30–1:31
 supports for, 72:42–72:43
Chairs
 Adirondack
  all-weather, 87:60–65
 Adirondack, all-weather, 87:60–65
 disassembling, 92:14
 garden, 105:74–87
 outdoor sling
  making, 93:60–72
 outdoor sling, making, 93:60–72
 repairing, 103:48–55
  with threaded rod, 107:18, APR 04:18
 seats for
  fabric sling, 93:71–72
 seats for, fabric sling, 93:71–72
chairs
 Adirondack style, 52:26–52:30
 adjustment for comfort, 9:64
 armchair with wrap-around dado joint,
   22:43–22:47
 Chinese chair joints, 47:53–47:57
 leveling technique, 67:28
 Mission-oak armchair, 14:24–14:28
 patio, 72:40–72:45
 Rietveld style, 79:60–79:65
 rustic, 53:44–53:47, 67:52–67:55
 Shaker tilters, 59:16
 tools for making, 71:65
 webbing, source, 17:7
 Windsor style
  low-back chair, 50:48–50:54, 52:6 correction
  side chair, 24:18–24:24
  tools for, source, 24:24
 wood-and-canvas, 38:63–38:65
chalk marking pencils, sources, 79:56
chalkboard paint, source for, 68:24
Chamfers
 stopped, 100:50
Chamfers, stopped, 100:50
Chan, Yeung
 "wedge nail" joints, 47:56–47:57
 2x4 table, 37:66
 art deco napkin holder, 38:36–38:37
 bowsaws, making and using, 63:57–63:59
 Chinese chair joints, 47:53–47:57
 chisel knives, 32:42
 chisels, shop-made miniature, 47:54–47:55
 music stand, 43:34–43:37
 three-way miter joints, 37:64–37:66
 wooden hand plane, 50:44–50:47
charring tool, 8:10
chatterwork, 45:38–45:41
Cherry
 darkening
  finishes for, 100:102
 darkening, finishes for, 100:102
 figured
  source for, 88:104
 figured, source for, 88:104
 finishing, 93:52–58, 93:108
 sapwood of, 93:52, 93:57–58, 93:108
cherry
 characteristics and uses, 45:70
 sources, 78:45, 79:77
 veneer sources, 75:58
chess set, turned, 16:18–16:24
chessboards, making, 68:82–68:85
Chest of drawers. See Bureaus
Chests
 blanket, 109:50–61
  Mission, 99:48–59
chests
 armoire, knockdown Arts and Crafts style,
   46:26–46:32
 blanket
  Connecticut, 56:38–56:43, 58:14 correction
  frame-and-panel, 10:52–10:56, 78:37–78:45
 English silver, 23:40–23:45
 hope chest, frame-and-panel, 10:52–10:56,
   78:37–78:45
 lining with cedar, 37:18, 52:10
 round-top, 4:49–4:53
 secret compartments in, 51:50–51:51
chests of drawers
 Chinese-style, 35:46–35:49
 pine, 1:51–1:55
 Shaker sewing "counter," plans, 37:35–37:39
 Shaker sewing cabinet, 84:82–84:89
 Shaker sewing desk, 4:16–4:23
 Shaker-style, 7:16–7:23
Chests, blanket, 109:50–61
 Mission, 99:48–59
chevalet, shop-made, 52:62–52:65
Chicago Electric
 cordless mid-sized drills
  reviewed, 91:52–53
Chicago Electric, cordless mid-sized drills, reviewed,
  91:52–53
child's crib, 14:41–14:43
child's easel, two-sided, 11:30–11:32
child's pickup riding toy, 11:33–11:35
child's slide, 35:64–35:67
child's wheelbarrow, 2:38–2:42
child's workbench, 30:27–30:29
chip carving
 basics of, 56:46–56:49
 Klotzli knives, 2:18–2:22, 15:14–15:18
 rosettes, 2:18–2:21
 sources for tools and information, 56:49
 Swiss-style, 2:18–2:21
Chisels. See also Mortisers
 angle gauge for
  making, 92:81
 angle gauge for, making, 92:81
 hollow-
  for mortises, 85:80
 hollow-, for mortises, 85:80
 new
  dullness of, 85:8
 new, dullness of, 85:8
 protectors for
  glove-finger, 87:20
 protectors for, glove-finger, 87:20
 rack for
  see-through, 105:38
 rack for, see-through, 105:38
chisels. See also Japanese chisels
 bevel-angle, 1:47, 81:14
  angle block for grinding, 82:80
 bevel-edged, using, 48:8
 buyer's guide, 47:66–47:69, 50:8
 choosing and using, 48:8–48:9
  paring techniques, 68:46–68:49
 flattening the blade back, 82:81
 for paring mortises, 6:20–6:21
 lathe
  deep hollowing tools reviewed, 72:58–72:62
  hardened, 31:8
  sharpening, 30:56–30:61
  shop-made knives for, 32:40–32:42
  skew (See skew chisels)
  types, 30:57
 miniature shop-made, 47:54–47:55
 mortising, using, 48:8
 restoring blued, 74:10
 sharpening, 1:46–1:50, 9:28–9:33, 52:33–52:37,
   66:67–66:68, 72:18
 sharpening hollow, 78:10
 small, shop-made, 72:58–72:62
 storage
  box, 58:104
  cradle, 60:39
  rack, 74:58
 swan-neck, 6:20–6:21
Choban, Michael, slatted-panel doors, 27:40–27:41
chop saw. See power miter saws (conventional and
  compound)
Chop saws
 dust collection for, 92:24
 See Saws, compound–miter
 station for
  wiring, 95:20
 station for, wiring, 95:20
Christensen, Kip, turning antler, 65:52–65:53
Christmas tree ornaments
 snowflakes, 70:75–70:77
 turned, 29:52, 35:70–35:72, 77:26–77:32
Christopherson, Rick
 appliance garage, for kitchen, 74:62–74:66
 production-shop tips, 77:44–77:49
Chuck Mate Drill-N-Drive, review and source, 20:35
chuck-adaptor systems for drills, reviewed, 66:51
chucks. See jam chucks; lathe chucks; screw chucks
Circles. See also Ovals
 describing, 92:80
 router jig for, 94:72
 without lathe, 98:69, 98:71
circles. See also curves; ellipses and ovals
 center finder, 36:22, 63:34, 73:62
 cutting jig for bandsaw, 1:10, 65:34
 cutting jig for router (See router jigs)
 cutting on a drill press, 7:4, 7:24–7:25
 cutting safety, 64:32
 cutting, fly-cutter, 7:24–7:25
 gluing up, jig for, 14:8
 layout tools for, 62:16
circular saw blades
 carbide
  buyer's guide, 13:23–13:29
  buying, 32:26
  cleaning, 56:18
  replacing teeth on, 45:55
  sharpening, 45:54–45:55
  types, 32:22–32:26
 carrier for, 70:38
 cleaning, 10:4, 31:14, 56:18, 65:32, 65:69
  holder for, 66:34
 combination vs. all-purpose, 65:65
 combination, reviewed and American Woodworker
   rated, 65:64–65:68, 71:14 (addendum)
 factory tour, 32:27
 for cutting man-made boards, 53:29
 for radial arm saws, 74:12
 improving performance, 54:20
 on tablesaw (See tablesaw)
 quiet blades reviewed, 34:46–34:47
 removing gum and pitch, 54:30, 56:18, 73:20
 safety, 32:26
 stabilizer for, 47:14–47:16
 storage box for, 74:60
 teeth
  configuration, 32:23
  determining sharpness, 65:69
  replacing on carbide, 45:55
  types, 13:24–13:27, 78:16–78:17
 thin-kerf, 13:28, 32:24, 80:68
Circular saws
 battery-driven
  in kits, 104:60–62
 battery-driven, in kits, 104:60–62
 cordless 18v
  reviewed, 91:28
 cordless 18v, reviewed, 91:28
 plywood jig for, 107:14, APR 04:14
circular saws
 blades (See circular saw blades)
 buyer's guide, 41:44–41:45
 cutting guide, 19:12
 gauge, 42:28
 inventor of, 60:65
 jig, for ripping plywood, 3:6
 squaring wide stock with, 34:12
 T-square jig for, 46:20
CITES (Convention on International Trade in
  Endangered Species), 58:78
Clamping
 of finger joints, 108:61
 of irregular pieces
  edge blocks for, 101:44–50
 of irregular pieces, edge blocks for, 101:44–50
clamping
 angled workpieces, 51:43, 71:24
 asymmetrically in a bench vise, 60:32
 half-lap joints, 56:59
 jig
  bench stop, wedge-shaped, 1:10
  for curves, 8:10, 78:20
 notched pressure pads for miter joints, 72:47
 panels vertically, 72:27
 pressure, amount of, 47:6–47:8
 reverse, 39:18
Clamping up
 cauls for, 93:66–67
 of angles
  blocks for, 93:69
 of angles, blocks for, 93:69
 of boxes, 93:86
 of doors, foldout
 table for, 109:92
Clamps. See also Hold-downs
 3-way
  edging, 87:57
 3-way, edging, 87:57
 adjustable
  binders for, 109:23
 adjustable, binders for, 109:23
 band
  corner blocks for, 107:16, APR 04:16
  source for, 93:108
 bar
  as tail vise, 111:17
  choosing, 94:32–33
  torque handle for, 103:28
 cauls for, 98:57
 centering
  cauls for, 89:71
 centering, cauls for, 89:71
 corner
  for miters, 94:24
  making, 89:69
 extenders for, 89:70, 89:72
 fingers as, 108:64
 for dovetails, 89:71
 for featherboards, 110:23
 for miters, 88:52, 99:55, 99:56
 hand-screw
  vises from, 99:27
 hand-screw, vises from, 99:27
 handles for
  power-grip, 111:22
 handscrew
  for repairs, 103:55
 handscrew, for repairs, 103:55
 hose
  quick-release, 102:26
 hose, quick-release, 102:26
 locking welding, 110:23
 parallel-jaw
  small, 96:29
 parallel-jaw, small, 96:29
 racks for, 98:44, 102:79, 104:29, 107:45, APR
   04:45
 rubber bands as, 85:26
 small strong
  making, 93:22
 small strong, making, 93:22
 spring, 96:25
  pads for, 109:20
 squaring blocks for, 89:72
 stands for, 89:72, 89:74
 toggle, 106:68
  source for, 86:43, 93:108
 two-way one-handed, 110:13
clamps
 adaptor tips for, source, 60:34
 aid for, 25:12
 band, 3:41–3:43
 bar, 3:41
  hold-downs from, 37:24
  supports for, 56:32
 basics, 3:39–3:43
 C-, 3:40–3:43, 9:10
 cam-action, 3:41, 29:32–29:33, 77:48
 carriage, 3:40
 coopering, 74:21
 cord, 51:24
 edging, 3:42–3:43, 56:30, 77:96
 F-, 3:40–3:41
 fast-action, 3:41
 for curves, 8:10, 52:22
 frame, 40:26
 from door springs, 9:10
 G-, 3:40
 hand-spring, 3:43
 handscrew, 3:40, 44:42–44:43
 Hatakane, 3:40–3:42
 jaw protectors, 6:10
 light-duty, 38:26
 miter vise, 3:41–3:43
 miter, converting from spring clamps, 43:24
 pads for, 34:22
  leather, 35:20
  plywood, 39:18, 78:18
 pipe, 3:41
  as an auxiliary bench vise, 68:36
  black-iron vs. galvanized, 58:20
  expandable, 80:13
  from aluminum pipe, 30:18
  guards for, 56:30, 72:30, 78:18
  pony saddles for, 58:32
  using to spread joints, 67:30
 pneumatic, 77:46, 77:49
 pressure, countering, 6:11
 purchasing, 3:43
 PVC spring, making, 17:10
 quick-action toggle, source, 8:32
 Quick-Grip Quick-Change Bar Clamp/Spreader,
   74:84
 Quick-Grip reviewed, 83:104
 see-through, 51:26
 short, 3:43
 snug, 3:42
 sources, 3:43, 73:81, 79:77
 specialty, 3:41–3:43
 spring, 3:43
  converting to miter clamps, 43:24, 44:26
  for holding small offcuts, 77:48
  improvised, 74:18
 spring-lock, 3:43
 storage for, 32:18
  hanging, 51:26, 64:30, 70:38
  racks, 11:8, 52:88, 71:38, 74:58
  rolling stand, 35:20, 39:88
 toggle, source, 74:41, 77:49, 78:82, 81:61
 types and characteristics, 3:39–3:43, 48:12–48:16,
   73:78
 vertically balancing, 40:26
 vise-grip, 3:42–3:43
 web, 3:43
 with wedges, 42:64–42:65
 wooden-wedge, 7:10
 wrap for, 34:20
Clarke, Jonathan
 cut nails, history and use, 21:35
 drawboring, 25:27–25:29
 English silver chest, 23:40–23:45
 freestanding corner cupboard, 21:32–21:35
Claro walnut. See walnut
Classic Architectural Birdhouses and Feeders,
  review, 12:64
clavichord, 18th-century German, source, 5:4
Clayton
 oscillating-spindle sanders
  recommended, 90:121
Clayton, oscillating-spindle sanders, recommended,
  90:121
cleaners, sources for finish-safe, 64:18
CleanTurn Tools
 vacuum gouge, 103:32
CleanTurn Tools, vacuum gouge, 103:32
Cliffe, Roger
 radial-arm saws, 41:90–41:91
 tuning a tablesaw, 39:22–39:25
Clifton
 planes
  reviewed, 104:92
Clifton, planes, reviewed, 104:92
Clocks
 desktop
  with compartment, 108:30–37
 desktop, with compartment, 108:30–37
 grandfather
  base for, 100:65–66, 100:67
  door for, 100:71–75
  hood for, 100:68–71
  movements for, 100:73, 100:75
  waist for, 100:65–66, 100:67
clocks
 art deco, 19:66–19:68
 dials, source, 22:57
 hardware sources, 10:21, 25:42
 movements, sources, 10:21, 19:68, 22:57
  quartz, 15:52
  self-setting, radio-controlled, 67:18
 Pennsylvania tall, 25:36–25:43, 26:4 correction,
   26:36–26:41
 schoolhouse, 10:19–10:23
 supplies for making, source, 8:9, 65:62
 tambour, 35:68–35:69
 wall
  Shaker, 22:54–22:58, 65:58–65:62
  turned, 15:52–15:53
clone disease (turning term), 59:47
Clothespins
 clamps from, 93:22
Clothespins, clamps from, 93:22
CMT
 dado stacking blades
  recommended, 90:124
 dado stacking blades, recommended, 90:124
 glass-panel bits
  reviewed, 92:32
 glass-panel bits, reviewed, 92:32
 Pocket-Pro
  reviewed, 104:35
 Pocket-Pro, reviewed, 104:35
 router bits
  insert flush-trim, 111:49
 router table
  reviewed, 89:92, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 89:92, 92:70–71
coast redwood. See redwood
cobalt drier, source for, 50:14–50:16
Cocobolo
 qualities of, 94:66–67
cocobolo, characteristics and uses, 65:82
Cocobolo, qualities of, 94:66–67
Coilhouse
 kink-free hoses, 101:22
Coilhouse, kink-free hoses, 101:22
coin bank, 51:34–51:35
College of the Redwoods, 17:57, 32:54
collets
 removing rust from, 82:10
 sources for quick-change, 76:8
Collier, Ken
 on cabinets, 95:60–75
Collier, Ken, on cabinets, 95:60–75
color boards. See stain boards
colored wood, source, 40:18
Colors
 artists', 93:56, 93:108
Colors, artists', 93:56, 93:108
Colpetzer, Bob, clamp nails, 27:22–27:23
Columns
 tapered, 88:76–77, 88:78–80, 88:78–80
 turning, 106:52
combination blades. See circular saw blades
combination machines, buyer's guide, 29:35–29:41
combination square, buyer's guide, 62:14
Commodes
 quilted maple, 86:116
Commodes, quilted maple, 86:116
compact disc holders. See CD and tape holders and
  organizers
compass planes. See planes
Compasses
 improvised, 92:80
 making, 86:48
compound-miter saws. See power miter saws
  (conventional and compound); sliding
  compound-miter saws
Comprotech
 moisture meters
  recommended, 94:88–89
Comprotech, moisture meters, recommended,
  94:88–89
computer-aided design programs. See CAD software
Computers. See also CAD
Concrete
 stains for, 86:8
Concrete, stains for, 86:8
Conover, Ernie
 biscuit joiner hardware, 2:27
 disc sander, shop-made, 26:52–26:53
 marking gauges, 5:42–5:45
 reviews Stabilax skew tool, 13:12
 sharpening, 1:46–1:50
 tablesaw blade guards, 64:64
 tool till, 60:36–60:39, 63:12 correction
 turning a croquet set, 13:52
Conservation, American Institute of, 57:16
construction, types of, 51:53
contact cement. See glue
Containers
 gaskets for
  tape, 99:23
Containers, gaskets for, tape, 99:23
Convention on International Trade in Endangered
  Species (CITES), 58:78
Cook's
 sawmills, 112:72, 112:77
Cooke, Edward S., Jr., 78:24, 78:34
Cooper, Scott
 Chinese-style chest of drawers, 35:46–35:49
 Chinese-style nightstand, 34:32–34:35
 Chinese-style queen-size bed, 33:20–33:23
 wall mirror, 36:62–36:63
coopering
 a door, 67:48–67:51
 calculating a curve, 67:48–67:49
 clamps, 74:21
 for birdhouse, 13:20
 technique, 13:20–13:21, 40:55
Coping
 sleds for, 101:23
 tablesaw sled for, 111:55
Coping, sleds for, 101:23
copper
 aging, 74:72
 punching on drill press, 38:26
 shop-made hardware, 74:67–74:73
 sources, 74:73
 tools for working, 74:68
Corbels
 for top overhang, 99:56–57, 99:58
Corbels, for top overhang, 99:56–57, 99:58
cordless drill/saw combos, 74:83
cordless drills
 accessories, 83:70
 buyer's guide, 18:40–18:45, 35:40–35:45,
   41:52–41:53, 47:38–47:41, 48:48–48:56,
   55:50–55:56, 62:68–62:74, 69:72–69:79,
   76:46–76:58, 83:66–83:70
 characteristics of, 42:26
 developments in, 62:25, 83:68
 drill-and-drive accessories reviewed, 66:50–66:53
 features and types, 48:48, 55:50–55:51,
   62:68–62:69, 69:72–69:73, 76:46–76:47,
   83:67–83:68
cordless tools, developments in, 62:23–62:25
Corian by Du Pont
 laminating to wood, 10:7–10:8
 sources for, 56:18
 working, 47:42–47:43
coring systems, reviewed, 70:70–70:71
cork block, source, 9:41
corner cupboards. See cupboards
corner joints
 designing, 52:38–52:43
 man-made boards, 53:28–53:30
 sanding tool for, shop-made, 82:17
Cornish knot puzzle, 56:73–56:75
Corsell, Kenneth F., Jr., detachable router fence,
  71:112
cotton duck, source, 27:27
countersinks
 Beal Tool Company, 75:89
 Giffin Tec Jack Rabbit countersink tip, 73:88
 source for four-flute, 9:8
Countertops
 for shop cabinets, 112:46, 112:52
 holes in
  cutting, 85:93
 holes in, cutting, 85:93
 plastic-laminate
  making, 102:45–49
 plastic-laminate, making, 102:45–49
Country Furniture: 114 Traditional Projects, review,
  17:66
coves
 cutting on a tablesaw
  jig for, 11:31–11:32
  pamphlet about, 42:14
  quick-clamp fence for, 68:34
  technique, 64:47–64:48, 66:14 correction,
    75:34–75:35
 cutting with a molding head, 60:42
 with molding planes, 12:33–12:35, 14:47–14:49
Cowern, Ed, woodshop motors, 45:12
Crabb, Tom, turned yo-yos, 40:48–40:49
Cracks
 butterfly inlay for, 99:61–63
 repairing, 107:16, APR 04:16
cradles
 chisel, 60:39
 knockdown, 27:24–27:27
 rocking with knockdown stand, 61:42–61:48,
   63:10 (safety note), 63:12 (safety note)
 Windsor, 9:22–9:27
Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF), 43:18, 67:24
Craft sticks
 uses for, 101:20
Craft sticks, uses for, 101:20
Crafters' Insurance Program, 45:20, 46:8 correction
crafts forum, computerized, 28:88
Craftsman
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:82, 110:84–86
 bandsaw 22450
  reviewed, 111:72, 111:78–79
 belt sanders
  reviewed, 90:90
 belt sanders, reviewed, 90:90
 compound-miter saw with laser
  reviewed, 88:30
 compound-miter saw with laser, reviewed, 88:30
 cordless mid-sized drills
  recommended, 91:54
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 drill 12v
  recommended, 97:32
 drill 12v, recommended, 97:32
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 grinder 21152
  reviewed, 87:29
 grinder 21152, reviewed, 87:29
 lathe 21712
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe 21712, reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe 21715
  recommended, 98:95
 lathe 21715, recommended, 98:95
 miter saws
  reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 mobile base 22252, 107:60, 107:64, APR 04:60,
   APR 04:64
 mortisers
  reviewed, 90:73
 mortisers, reviewed, 90:73
 nailer 351
  181720, reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailer 351, 181720, reviewed, 102:74–75
 planer 21743
  reviewed, 98:30
 planer 21743, reviewed, 98:30
 planers
  reviewed, 100:86–87, 108:46–49
 planers, reviewed, 100:86–87, 108:46–49
 plate joiners
  reviewed, 90:83
 plate joiners, reviewed, 90:83
 radial-arm saw
  recalled, 85:32
 radial-arm saw, recalled, 85:32
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
 router 26835, 106:63
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
 routers
  reviewed, 85:74–75, 90:98–99
 routers, reviewed, 85:74–75, 90:98–99
 screw extractor
  reviewed, 91:34
 screw extractor, reviewed, 91:34
 scroll saw
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:102
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:102
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:80–81
 sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:80–81
 tablesaws 221- series, 108:18
Craftsman Protection Plan, 45:20
Craftsman tools, replacement parts for, source, 43:18
Creative Dust Control
 blast gates
  automatic, 112:20–21
credit card fraud, buying via the internet and, 83:18
crib, child's, 14:41–14:43
croix ou equerre mobile (jig for making ovals), 57:28
croquet set
 specifications for, 13:53
 turning, 13:52–13:55
crosscut sleds and tables, for tablesaws,
  14:14–14:17, 40:31–40:32, 60:96
 sliding stop, 80:24
 sliding, shop-made, 75:38–75:43, 78:17
   correction, 82:110
Crosscutting
 sled for, 91:76
Crosscutting, sled for, 91:76
Crossman, Randy, puzzles by, 45:18
crotch figure. See figure
crown molding
 cutting
  on tablesaw, 5:6, 60:43
  with a compound miter saw, 84:57
 for bookcases, 5:6
 hand planing, 73:82–73:85
 making, 5:6
 miters, 3:30
 ogee profile, anatomy of, 73:84
 sources for, 54:40
crown planks, defined, 50:30
Cummins, Jim
 adjustable featherboard, 31:27
 cam clamps, 29:32–29:33
 choosing bandsaw blades, 38:45
 drilling hard steel, 40:10
 giant redwoods, 35:38–35:39
 light-up miter gauge, 42:112
 making a story pole, 35:49
 mitered music box, 28:53–28:55
 preventing residue buildup on bandsaw, 39:12
 reviews moisture meters, 34:44–34:45
 tambour clock, 35:68–35:69
 trick box, 39:38–39:39
 wood movement, 34:38–34:43
 wood scraps, 29:28–29:31
 woodworking guild startup, 32:30–32:34
Cupboards
 Amish jelly, 89:56–67
cupboards. See also cabinets
 19th-century mid-Atlantic style hanging, 42:45
 Colonial hutch, 54:35–54:40
 corner
  Colonial hanging, 8:17–8:21
  Colonial, 67:62–67:67, 71:24 (addendum)
  freestanding, 21:32–21:35
  Pennsylvania hanging, 22:18–22:23, 24:4
    correction
 New England pine, 13:42–13:45
 New Mexican trastero, freestanding, 39:42–39:47
 Pennsylvania hanging, 32:37–32:39
Cupboards, Amish jelly, 89:56–67
cupping (warp across the grain). See also bowing
  (warp along the grain); twisting (propeller-
  shaped warp); warpage
 cause of, 45:62
 correcting, 15:34–15:35, 17:26, 50:16
  in door panels, 77:10
 grain orientation to avoid, 68:43
 in wide boards, 15:32–15:33
Curci, Pat, curved-top toolbox, 71:78–71:82
Curle, Andrew, rice-paper floor lamp, 30:37–30:41
curly figure. See figure
curved glass. See glass
curved seat slats, steam-bent, 66:36–66:40
Curves. See also Ovals
 describing, 99:59
  jig for, 102:56, 102:61, 103:63, 103:64, 103:66
 on router table, 99:47
 routing, 87:79
 S-
  describing, 92:82
 S-, describing, 92:82
curves. See also circles; ellipses, ovals, and spirals
 asymmetrical, for desk, 9:35–9:39
 bandsawing inside, techniques for, 73:22
 drawing, 29:18, 68:34, 73:60
 French, 62:16
 jig for clamping, 8:10, 78:20
 joining curved boards, 77:6
 laminated, for stretcher rail, 9:37–9:38
 large radius, on router, 29:16
 laying out, 23:10, 73:47, 73:49, 81:12
 layout tools for, 62:16
 pattern-routed, 50:36–50:37
 plotting, 9:35–9:36
 radius of a curve, figuring, 47:30, 49:4
 tracing curved lines, 46:20, 67:28
Cut list. See Materials list
cut nails. See nails
cutters. See circular saw blades; knives; specific tool
cutting boards and blocks
 laminated, 13:30
 mini, 70:82–70:83
cutting gauges
 tuning, 65:47, 73:14
 using, 65:44–65:46
cutting knife
 carving with, 2:18–2:21, 56:46–56:49
 sharpening, 2:22
cutting lists, how to devise, 66:48–66:49
cyanoacrylate adhesive
 characteristics and uses, 10:50
 clogged bottle nozzle, preventing, 32:10
 source, 10:50
 storing, 32:10
 toxicity, 10:50
 using, 40:13, 64:67, 66:12–66:14
cylinders. See dowels and cylinders
cypress, characteristics and uses, 54:84

 

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