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gadgets
 for drills, 66:50–66:53
 shop accessories, 55:18–55:23
Gamble House, history of and furniture in,
  19:40–19:45
Games. See Table hockey
gamma butyrolactone, characteristics and uses, 73:56
Gaps
 disguising
  with V-groove, 91:84
Gaps, disguising, with V-groove, 91:84
gas appliances in shop, dangers of, 44:12–44:14
gaskets, wooden, 56:45
Gauges
 go-no-go, 106:52
gauges
 buyer's guide, 62:13
 choosing and tuning, 65:47, 73:59
 cutting, 65:44–65:47, 73:14
 depth, 6:21, 62:13
 drill-point, 8:45–8:46
 go/no-go, for mating parts, 77:46
 marking (See marking guages and tools)
 miter, on tablesaw, 9:18–9:19
 mortise, 65:44–65:47
  buyer's guide, 62:15
  modification, 5:43
  using, 5:43–5:44
 sizing
  for spindles, 3:46–3:48, 11:8
  for tenons, 6:11
 thickness
  buyer's guide, 62:13
  shop-made, 80:30
Gauges, go-no-go, 106:52
gear puller, shop-made, 56:32
gears, making wooden, 36:14
Gehret, Phil
 child's slide, 35:64–35:67
 child's workbench, 30:27–30:29
 cutting dovetails, 30:29
 making curved laminations, 35:67
 ogee bracket feet, 25:43
 Pennsylvania tall clock, 25:36–25:43, 26:4
   correction, 26:36–26:41
 pin router by, 26:41
 reviews Multico PM20 Mortiser, 45:80
gel stains
 applying, 31:39
 characteristics, 17:53, 31:38–31:39, 57:43
 sources for, 57:43
 uses, 31:39
General
 drill presses
  reviewed, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 90:36–37
 drum sander 15-250M1
  recommended, 97:44
 drum sander 15-250M1, recommended, 97:44
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 jointer 80-100LM
  recommended, 97:56
 jointer 80-100LM, recommended, 97:56
 jointers
  recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 jointers, recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 lathe 160-1-M1
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe 160-1-M1, reviewed, 98:96–97
 mobile base 50-025, 107:60, 107:64, APR 04:60,
   APR 04:64
 mortisers
  recommended, 90:91:90:121, 90:91:90:121
  reviewed, 90:72–73
General Internation
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 111:75, 111:76, 111:78–79
General International
 air cleaners
  reviewed, 103:82–83
 air cleaners, reviewed, 103:82–83
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:83, 110:84–86
 bench mortiser 75-050MI
  reviewed, 87:24
 bench mortiser 75-050MI, reviewed, 87:24
 drill press 75-200
  reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill press 75-200, reviewed, 86:68–75
 drum sander 15-250 M1
  reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:48, 93:50–51
 drum sander 15-250 M1, reviewed, 93:39, 93:44,
   93:48, 93:50–51
 Maxi-lathe, 111:51
 tablesaw 50-185 LMI, 95:46
 tablesaw 50-200, 95:44, 95:45
 tablesaws, 96:38, 96:45, 96:50–51
Ghaffari, Kam
 buying veneer, 42:67
 matching veneer grain, 42:69
 veneer jointing jig, 42:68
 veneering basics, 42:66–42:70
giant redwood. See redwood
gilding
 gold leaf
  sources for, 4:8, 50:14, 58:71, 59:12 correction
  types, 58:69
 over an existing finish, 63:18
 supplies, sources for, 4:8, 31:10, 58:71, 59:12
   correction
 techniques, 58:69–58:71
Gilson, Giles, 25:78–25:79
 reviews angle-setting gauge, 17:14
Glass
 curved
  cutting, 85:12
 curved, cutting, 85:12
 for cabinets, 98:87
 stained
  book on, 100:37
  video on, 100:37
glass
 curved, source for, 24:29
 custom panels, source for, 27:10
 cutting, 40:58, 63:14
 etching materials, source for, 23:8
 glides for sliding, 52:20
 leaded, source for, 7:8
 scraper, 9:41–9:42
 stained glass supplies, sources for, 60:20, 63:14
glass eyes, sources for, 54:18
glass light doors
 defined, 54:48
 making, 54:48–54:51
 tombstone, 63:14
Glasses
 prescription safety, 94:12
 safety bifocal, 100:38
Glazes
 colors for, 93:52, 93:56, 93:108
 for oak, 102:59
 making, 101:55
 shellac over, 102:59
 topcoats over, 101:55
 vs. dyes, 93:57
 with shellac, 93:56, 93:57
glazes
 characteristics and uses, 54:90
 decorative finishes using, 70:84–70:86
 recipes for, 42:46, 54:40, 70:86, 75:62
 sources for, 54:40
 vinegar, making, 70:86
Glazing
 muntins with
  glued-on, 88:83
Glazing, muntins with, glued-on, 88:83
Gloves
 for lathe sanding, 103:22
 Kevlar, 109:44
 lint-free, 88:53, 88:55
gloves
 chemical-resistant, source, 22:8
 neoprene, 4:27
 shop-made in a pinch, 70:36
Glue
 and wood-surface age, 96:14
 epoxy
  source for, 87:65
 epoxy, source for, 87:65
 excess
  kerf catchment for, 89:74
 excess, kerf catchment for, 89:74
 for melamine, 109:46
 in cracks
  vacuuming, APR 04:16
 in cracks, vacuuming, 107:16
 loosening, 92:14
 masking off for, 109:10
 stains from
  avoiding, 89:70
 stains from, avoiding, 89:70
 white
  extended-time, 87:28
 white vs. yellow, 93:86, 107:12, APR 04:12
 white, extended-time, 87:28
glue. See also epoxy; white glue
 "Scotch," 10:49, 34:28–34:30 (See also hide glue)
 "Super" (See cyanoacrylate adhesive)
 animal, specialty uses, 10:46, 34:26–34:31
 bonds, explained, 10:46–10:51, 34:26–34:30
 brush, 40:24
 characteristics, 10:46–10:51, 34:28–34:29
 choosing, 10:46–10:50, 34:26–34:31, 44:37–44:38
 cold-temperature epoxies, sources, 10:48, 34:29
 color matching with varnish, 37:20
 contact cement, 10:50, 34:31
  spreader for, 2:12
 creep, defined, 10:47, 34:27
 extended-open-time, sources, 79:77, 82:63
 for tropical wood, 42:12
 getting it into cracks, 40:24, 73:25
 Gorilla, safety of using, 46:6
 hide (See hide glue)
 hot-melt, 10:50
  sources for, 56:18
 joints
  clamping, 10:51
  loosening, 27:8
  mechanics, 10:51, 34:30
 lines, causes of uneven, 40:14
 plastic resin, 10:47–10:48, 34:28–34:29
 polyurethane
  concerns using, 49:4
  moisture for curing, 70:22
 polyvinyl acetate (PVA), yellow glue (See yellow
   glue)
 preserving, 45:22
 rabbit-skin, source, 4:8
 removing old, 73:12
 resorcinol, 10:49, 34:28–34:30
 safety, 10:48–10:50, 53:29
 setting rates, 3:7
 spreaders, 2:12, 37:26
  disposable, 24:10
  unorthodox, 54:28, 78:20
 squeeze-out
  preventing, 52:22, 53:29
  removing, 26:12, 33:10
 surface preparation, 1:6
 testing strength of, 32:18
 two-part (See epoxy)
 types, 10:46–10:51, 34:26–34:31
  comparison charts, 10:48–10:49, 34:28–34:29
 Unibond 800, sources for, 74:57
 urea-formaldehyde, 10:47–10:48, 34:28–34:29
 urethane glue, characteristics and uses, 53:6
 uses for, 34:28–34:29
 waterproof properties, 3:7, 34:28–34:29
 wood, thinning, 43:24
Glue blocks
 adding, 89:62
Glue blocks, adding, 89:62
glue size, mixing as a sealer, 68:98
glue-bottle caps, from wire nuts, 44:24
glue-up
 biscuit joints, 60:20
 clamping problems, avoiding, 44:40–44:41
 cleaning up after, 44:41
 dovetails, 44:41
 dowels, 80:24
 in chilly conditions, 34:14, 59:32
 of mitered joints and segments, 53:20, 65:50,
   72:46–72:51, 81:14
 rack, 40:96
 rub-joint gluing, 82:8
 square corners, 61:34, 63:32, 77:57
 techniques for, 44:37–44:41, 73:78–73:81, 82:8
 tools for, 44:38–44:39
 vertical glue-up jig, 54:30
 with tape, 53:31
Glues
 bottle for, 99:32
 contact cement
  for veneer, 103:16
 contact cement, for veneer, 103:16
 cups for, 104:22
 cyanoacrylate
  storing, 103:14
 cyanoacrylate, storing, 103:14
 deteriorated smelly, 110:8
 epoxy
  injecting, 103:50, 103:55
 epoxy, injecting, 103:50, 103:55
 excess
  removing, 89:10
 excess, removing, 89:10
 for exterior use, 88:57, 88:61
 for plastic laminate, 102:44, 102:45
 for repair
  choosing, 103:54–55
 for repair, choosing, 103:54–55
 gap-filling, 91:16
 holder for, 98:22
 hot-melt
  heavy-duty, 91:26
 hot-melt, heavy-duty, 91:26
 loosening
  with heat, 86:65
 loosening, with heat, 86:65
 old
  removing, 103:51
 old dried
  cleaning, 110:10
 old, removing, 103:51
 open time of
  extended, 91:128
 open time of, extended, 91:128
 polyurethane
  air-proofing, 108:74
  applying, 104:14
  strength of, 105:104
 polyurethane exterior, 108:24
 racks for, 104:29
 rubber tips for, 98:27
 yellow
  set-up extension for, 110:20
gluing into cracks and dowel holes, 40:24, 67:28
Gluing up
 brackets for, 91:93
 cauls for, 103:48, 103:55
 face-to-face, 98:12
 glue blocks for, 98:59, 103:74, 108:63, 108:65,
   111:43
 miter jig for, 96:86–87
 of carcases, 99:54
 of large cabinets, 101:44–45
 of miters, 93:86, 109:66
  with tape, 89:71
 of oily woods, 108:70
 of tapers, 89:74
 rehearsal for, 103:55
 squaring jig for, 89:59
 stands for, 89:73
 third hand for, 96:25
 with blocks and wedges, 103:55
 with splines, 107:69, APR 04:69
go/no-go gauges, 77:46
Godfrey, Julie Shenk, 49:63
gold leaf. See gilding
Good Wood Alliance, 60:20
Good Wood Directory, source, 60:20
Goodale, Douglas, adjustable-dado router jig by,
  29:60
Gordon, Glenn, adjustable roller stand/sawhorse,
  34:36–34:37
Gorton, Jeff, finishing walnut, 75:60–75:64
gouges
 for hollow turning, 61:60, 61:61, 63:12 correction
  reviewed, 72:58–72:62
 for spindle turning, 6:34–6:39, 6:40
 for turning, using, 47:75
 in-cannel, sources for, 60:38
 sharpening
  carving, 8:25, 28:28–28:30
  custom strop for, 82:80
  detailing gouge, 80:21–80:23
  spindle-roughing gouge, 80:20
  technique, 66:68, 80:17–80:18, 80:22–80:23
  tools and jigs for, 50:24, 54:10, 61:32, 80:16
  turning, 6:40, 9:40, 30:58–30:59
 small, shop-made, 72:58–72:62
 sources, 80:23
Graco
 sprayer HV-2500
  reviewed, 101:62–63
Graco, sprayer HV-2500, reviewed, 101:62–63
grading lumber. See under lumber
Grain
 cutting for, 109:65
 erratic, 102:86
 explained, 102:83
 finding, 102:84–88
 interlocked, 103:40, 103:46
 marking for, 102:86
 matching, 109:70
 selecting, 99:52, 99:54
 with figure, 102:86
 with rays, 102:84, 102:85, 102:88
 with vessels, 102:86
grain enhancement, 63:98–63:100, 64:86–64:88
grain filler. See pore filler
grain painting. See also woodgraining
 to hide putty patches, 59:57, 73:100–73:102
 touch-up pens for, 60:47
grain reflectance, avoiding, 18:6
grain slope, defined, 50:30
granadillo, characteristics and uses, 30:66
Granberg
 sawmills, 112:72–74
Grandbois, Jim, European hinges, 82:64–82:67
granite surface plates, source, 47:16
Greef, Jeff
 serving tray by, 49:39–49:41
 tail vise, 45:51–45:53
green wood
 bowl, carved, 36:49–36:53
 drying, 61:61
 hay rake, 40:61–40:64
 seasoning, 45:14–45:16
 shaving horse, 14:36–14:40
 turning techniques, 54:46
 turning virtues, 54:45
Green Woodwork, review, 14:68
Green Woodworking: Handcrafted Wood from Log
  to Finished Product, review, 23:64
Green, Elder Henry, 4:17
Greene and Greene
 biographies and style, 19:40–19:45, 45:47
 joinery techniques of, 78:24–78:34
 nightstand in the style of, 45:46–45:50
 side table in the style of, 81:52–81:61
 table after, 108:50–61
Gregg, Frank
 cutting tenons on tablesaw, 73:67–73:69
 edge banding, shop-made clamp for, 83:98–83:101
 pneumatic drum sander, shop-made, 59:74
 tablesaw sled, 82:110
Grew-Sheridan, Carolyn
 chair-back angles, 9:64
 table in memory of, 61:28
 wood-and-canvas chair, 38:63–38:65
Grew-Sheridan, John
 chair-back angles, 9:64
 grinding wheels, 33:10–33:12
 wood-and-canvas chair, 38:63–38:65
grid
 make for scale plans, 30:18
 quick, 73:59
grille cloth, sources for, 57:55
Grinders
 adjustable-speed
  reviewed, 87:29
 adjustable-speed, reviewed, 87:29
 buying, 90:12
 extension table for, 111:92
 wheels for
  choosing, 112:8
grinders. See also grinding wheeles; specific type
 abrasive belt, 30:51
 comparison of types, 30:48–30:51
 shop-made, 58:30, 80:13
 swing-up housing for, 81:39
Grinding
 gauge for
  making, 92:81
 gauge for, making, 92:81
 machines for
  reviewed, 89:76–81
 machines for, reviewed, 89:76–81
 process of, 89:76, 89:77
grinding. See also sharpening; specific tool
 bevel angles, 16:43–16:44, 71:70
 burning, preventing, 16:6–16:7, 33:10–33:12
 carving tools, 8:22–8:24
 conical stones for, sources, 78:10
 damaged tools, 71:71
 drill bits, 8:43–8:47
 hollow-chisel mortising attachment, for drill press,
   26:27
 planer and jointer blades, 12:8, 50:24, 54:10
 shop-made cutters for turning, 16:20–16:23
 techniques, 1:46–1:47, 16:43–16:44, 71:70–71:71
 wheels (See grinding wheels)
 workbench stand, 8:10
grinding wheels
 aluminum oxide, characteristics, 80:16
 characteristics, 1:47
 dressing, 1:47, 80:17, 82:79
 for woodworking tools, 71:69
 reshaping, 73:85
 safety, 16:23
 sources, 73:85, 74:10, 78:64
 tool holders for, shop-made, 71:69–71:71
 tool rests for
  shop tested, 57:58–57:61, 58:14 correction
  shop-made, 71:69, 71:71
  sources of aftermarket, 57:61
 trueing whetstone sides, 57:28
 types, 16:21–16:23
Grip-Tite
 featherboards, 97:14
Grip-Tite, featherboards, 97:14
Grizzly
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
 bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
 bandsaw G0506
  reviewed, 111:74, 111:78–79
 bandsaw G0555
  reviewed, 104:78
 bandsaw G0555, reviewed, 104:78
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 88:90, 90:26–27, 90:118,
    110:82, 110:84–86
 bandsaws, reviewed, 88:88–89, 88:90, 90:26–27,
   90:118
 cordless mid-sized drills
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 cordless mid-sized drills, reviewed, 91:52–53
 drill presses
  recommended, 90:36–37, 90:119
 drill presses, recommended, 90:36–37, 90:119
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 jointers
  recommended, 90:54–56
 jointers, recommended, 90:54–56
 lathe G5979
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe G5979, reviewed, 98:96–97
 miter gauge, 95:48
 mortisers
  recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 mortisers, recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 nailers
  reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailers, reviewed, 102:74–75
 planers
  reviewed, 90:79, 100:86–87, 108:46–49
 planers, reviewed, 90:79, 100:86–87, 108:46–49
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:80–81
 sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:80–81
 tablesaws, 95:46, 95:47, 96:38, 96:45–46,
   96:50–51
Grizzly Industrial
 5-in-1 combo, 86:23
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 97:6
 bandsaws, reviewed, 97:6
 drill press G7944
  recommended, 97:38
 drill press G7944, recommended, 97:38
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill-saw combo, 86:23
 drum sanders
  reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:48, 93:50–51
 drum sanders, reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:48,
   93:50–51
 drum-sander cleaner
  reviewed, 94:40
 drum-sander cleaner, reviewed, 94:40
 jointer G0500
  reviewed, 99:35
 jointer G0500, reviewed, 99:35
 sander
  double-drum, 97:42
 sander, double-drum, 97:42
 scroll saw G257
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw G257, reviewed, 87:66–73
 tablesaw G1023 S110
  recommended, 97:101
 tablesaw G1023 S110, recommended, 97:101
 tablesaw G1023SL
  reviewed, 93:30
 tablesaw G1023SL, reviewed, 93:30
Groff and Groff Hardwoods
 curly red oak, 95:106
Groff and Groff Hardwoods, curly red oak, 95:106
Grooves
 angled
  on tablesaw, 103:70
 angled, on tablesaw, 103:70
 for box bottoms, 93:83
 for frame and panel, 99:52, 99:57
 for splines
  routing, APR 04:69
 for splines, routing, 107:69
 gang-cutting
  on tablesaw, 91:93
 gang-cutting, on tablesaw, 91:93
 in plywood end, 93:78
 on tablesaw, 111:89
 stopped, 88:58
 V-
  at plywood-wood join, 99:48, 99:50, 99:51,
    99:53–54, 99:54, 99:58
 V-, at plywood-wood join, 99:48, 99:50, 99:51,
   99:53–54, 99:54, 99:58
grooves, routing, 61:32
Gross Stabil Corporation
 clamps
  cited, 94:32
Gross Stabil Corporation, clamps, cited, 94:32
Guards
 plastic for, 108:14
Guards, plastic for, 108:14
guilds for woodworkers
 finding, 57:6
 starting a, 32:30–32:34
Guitarmaking Tradition and Technology, review,
  8:57
guitars
 fret rules, source, 17:7
 parts and supplies, sources for, 5:8, 28:10
gutter adze, sharpening, 66:68

 

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