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hagane (hard steel), 59:66
Hajny, Desiree, 49:62
Half-lap joints
 fitting, 102:57–58
 pegged, 112:58–62
 with bandsaw, 102:55–58
 with tablesaw, 103:71
Hall, John, 19:41–19:45, 78:24
Hall, Peter, 19:41–19:45, 78:24
Hammers
 for disassembly, 103:50
Hammers, for disassembly, 103:50
Hammett, Kingsley
 New Mexican cupboard, 39:42–39:47
 New Mexican-style furniture, 39:46
 on Roberto Lavadie, 39:43
Hancock Shaker Village, 60:65
hand planes. See planes
hand tools
 choosing, 41:22–41:25
 editorial on, 28:2
 handmade, 61:12
Handberg, Ejner
 books by, 13:4
 Shaker-box size system by, 13:4
Handles
 crank
  for vises, 85:18
 crank, for vises, 85:18
 for drawers, 112:46, 112:51
 rubberizing, 85:20
handsaws. See also specific types
 flush-cutting, sources for, 78:45
 handles for, 16:8
 rust-resistant, 46:14
 shaping teeth of, 33:33
 sharpening, 33:32–33:35
  books about, 63:16
 straightening bent, 63:18
 using, 48:7–48:8
 vise for, 33:35
handscrews, making, 44:42–44:43
handwheels, source, 2:11
Hanisch, Ric
 "fire palaces" by, 29:34
 bird feeder, 43:46–43:47
Hanson, Sven
 coopering a door, 67:48–67:51
 easy entry door, 50:64–50:67, 53:6 (addendum)
 reviews Mill-Right 3-Axis Router Milling Center,
   61:102
hardening, described, 56:83
Hardware. See also Feet; Hinges; Knobs
 brass
  aging, 93:14, 93:108
 brass, aging, 93:14, 93:108
 escutcheon-plate, 93:108
 storage for, 100:32, 112:56
hardware. See also hinges; knobs and pulls
 anti-tip, 77:70
 antiquing, 47:73, 74:8
 brass (See brass hardware and pulls)
 bronze, source for custom-made, 57:16
 copper
  hammering your own, 74:67–74:73
  sources for, 74:57
 file cabinet, 77:70–77:71
 for light fixtures, 17:44–17:45
 galvanized, source, 20:26
 making, 12:43–12:47
 reproduction, source, 46:12, 47:73
 solid-surface handles, source, 66:20
 Southwest-style, source, 36:18
 specialty, source, 40:12
 stainless steel, source, 67:18
 Stickley style, shop-made, 74:67–74:73
 toys, sources for, 63:16
 unplated, source, 15:6
hardwood
 blades for ripping, 53:12
 buying, 46:40–46:43, 47:6
 figured (See figure)
 specialty, source, 46:43
Hardwood Plywood and Veneer Association
 causes of warpage in plywood, 43:4
 plywood grading system, 43:54
hardwood producers, responsible forest management
  by, 38:70
Harkins, Greg
 Mississippi porch rocker, 47:78–47:81
 using birch bark in projects, 39:16
 weaving a hickory-back seat, 47:82
harp, Aeolian wind, 16:33–16:35
Hart Design
 drill presses
  recommended, 90:91:90:119
Hart Design, drill presses, recommended,
  90:91:90:119
Hartlage, James, tablesaw jig for mitering and
  splining, 49:112
Hartville
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–72
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–72
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87
 router-table plate, reviewed, 85:87
Harvey, Charles, Shaker box production jig, 11:24
Hass, Ivan, blanket chest, 10:52–10:56
Haubold
 nailer SKN50 L-12
  reviewed, 102:74–75
Haubold, nailer SKN50 L-12, reviewed, 102:74–75
hay rake, 40:61–40:64
hazardous waste. See waste
Headley, Mack, mortise-and-tenon joints in
  headboard, 38:16
hearing protection, decibel ratings and, 65:65
hearing protectors, sources, 26:51, 76:8
Hearne, Rick, detecting curly figure in logs, 46:10
heat box
 for chair spindles, 42:12
 for dowels, 10:10
heat tape, source, 32:50
heat, estimating needs for shop, 47:47
heaters, for shop
 "hot box," for glues and finishes, 47:49
 dangers of, 46:6, 50:6
 sizing, 47:46–47:47
 space vs. central, 47:48–47:49
 stoves, 47:49, 50:6
heating ducts, installing cabinets around, 78:61
Heitzman, Roger, workshop described, 67:68–67:69
Henry, Dan, lathe steady rest, 84:110–84:114
Hentall, Ralph, 50:62–50:63
Hepplewhite-style side table, 44:54–44:57
herb drying rack, 21:21–21:23
Herrington
 multi-outlet cord, APR 04:37
Herrington, multi-outlet cord, 107:37
hewing
 axe, 15:39–15:40
 technique, 15:37–15:40, 36:51
 tools, source, 15:40
Hewitt, Dallas, 49:22
hickory-bark
 harvesting, 65:18
 seat weaving with, 47:82, 65:22
hidden drawers. See secret compartments and drawers
hide glue
 characteristics and uses, 10:49–10:50,
   34:28–34:31, 65:55–65:56, 77:16
 extending open time, 56:40, 65:55
 for veneer repair, 4:7
 liquid vs. dry, 77:16
 preserving, 43:16
 recipes, 65:55
 repair and removal techniques, 65:57, 71:26, 73:12
 selecting and mixing, 65:54–65:56
 sources for, 56:43, 65:57, 79:77
 temperatures, 11:4, 34:28–34:29, 54:30
 testing liquid, 61:34
Highland Hardware
 dial calipers
  reviewed, 88:33
Highland Hardware, dial calipers, reviewed, 88:33
Highland Highware
 bandsaw blades
  recommended, 91:108–110
Highland Highware, bandsaw blades, recommended,
  91:108–110
Hinges
 bits for, 93:108
 choosing, 110:37–38
 cup
  drilling for, 111:34
 drivers for, 110:38
 Euro-style
  installing, 91:67
 Euro-style, installing, 91:67
 European
  advantages of, 110:34
 features of, 110:36
 in plywood edge, 103:26
 installing, 109:60, 109:68
 jewelry-box, 93:108
 mortises for
  with tablesaw, 93:84
 mortises for, with tablesaw, 93:84
 partial-wrap no-mortise, 101:46, 101:47
 piano
  installing, 89:67, 91:94–95, 93:78
 piano, installing, 89:67, 91:94–95, 93:78
 positioning
  with tape, 93:88
 positioning, with tape, 93:88
 templates for
  commercial, 112:48
 wrap-around, 99:57, 99:58
hinges
 concealed, 46:50–46:53
 door types and, 20:49–20:53
 duplex, for biscuit joiners, 2:27
 European, characteristics and uses, 82:64–82:67
 folding-screen, making, 12:45–12:46, 60:62–60:63
 installing
  butt, 15:45–15:47, 20:50–20:51, 79:80–79:81
  center punch, sources, 81:65
  concealed, 46:51–46:52
  cranked, 20:50–20:51
  European, 82:64–82:67
  hidden, 20:52–20:53
  knife, 20:52–20:53, 66:57
  offset, 20:52–20:53
  rule joint, 30:47
  surface-mounted, 20:50–20:51, 79:20
 knife, making, 12:44–12:45
 Paumelle, 2:27
 sources for, 20:53, 78:45
  brass, 54:40
  brass blanks, 37:63
  butt, 15:47, 79:56, 79:77
  cabinet, 10:56
  concealed, 46:53
  continuous with barrel bolt connectors, 79:38
  cylinder, 57:69
  European, 74:66, 75:37, 82:67
  jewelry box, 17:59
  rat-tail, 32:39
  rule joint, 30:46
  snap-apart, 23:8
  wire-stay, 53:55
 wooden, making, 60:63
Hinkel, Susan R., on Wharton Esherick, 12:36
Hirota, Mr. (Japanese blade maker), 59:96
Historic Ship Models, review, 21:62
Hitachi
 belt sander 5B75
  recommended, 97:79
 belt sander 5B75, recommended, 97:79
 belt sanders
  recommended, 90:89, 90:90
  reviewed, 90:118
 cordless mid-sized drills
  recommended, 91:54
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 drill 12v
  recommended, 97:32
 drill 12v, recommended, 97:32
 jointer-planers, 90:79
 miter saw
  laser, 111:50
 miter saw C10FS
  recommended, 97:69
 miter saw C10FS, recommended, 97:69
 miter saw C10FSH, 109:12
 miter saws
  recommended, 90:63–64
  reviewed, 90:119, 105:68–69
 nailer NT50AE
  reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailer NT50AE, reviewed, 102:74–75
 router M12V, 106:65
 routers
  reviewed, 90:98–99
 routers, reviewed, 90:98–99
Hobbs, Ed, planes for tongue and groove,
  45:42–45:45
Hock, Ron, tropical wood, 42:12
Hogendorn, Susannah
 bat house, 46:48–46:49
 CAD software, 60:66–60:69
 Esherick, Wharton, 53:88
 Greene and Greene style furniture, 45:47
 measuring, marking, and layout tools, 62:12–62:17
 rustic chairs, 53:44–53:47
 Shaker round stand, 60:64–60:65
Hold-downs
 for drill presses, 86:20
 for plate joinery, 98:56
 for workbenches, 97:16
 plastic
  reviewed, 98:38
 plastic, reviewed, 98:38
 router-table, 86:33, 86:37
hold-downs, 24:12. See also specific machine
 buyer's guide, 38:59–38:62
 for cutoff jig, 75:19
 for drill press, 61:71
 from bar clamps, 37:24
 from scrapwood, 52:22
 jig for hand-planing thin stock, 61:32
 wedge for, 51:26
 workbench, 55:13, 73:25
Hold-ins. See Featherboards
hole cutter
 shop-made, 66:34
 source, 7:24
hole saw
 for spoked wheels, 8:53–8:56
 source, 8:53, 11:6
Holes. See also Taps
 angled
  drilling, 111:30
 in end grain
  centering, 85:63
 in end grain, centering, 85:63
 large, 111:30
  with jigsaw, 102:52–53
 large, with jigsaw, 102:52–53
 larger
  over smaller, 111:34
 no-tear-out, 111:32
 on edges, 111:32
 routed
  enlarging, 85:63
 routed, enlarging, 85:63
 shelf
  jig for, 91:78
 shelf, jig for, 91:78
 spacer jig for, 86:62
 square
  cutting, 111:89
 straight
  jig for, 89:26
 straight, jig for, 89:26
Holes (defects). See also Plugs
 repairing, 88:82
hollow turning
 techniques for, 61:56–61:61
 tools for, 61:60, 61:61, 63:12 correction
  reviewed, 72:58–72:62
 tools for deep hollowing, source, 72:58–72:62
hollow-chisel mortising attachments
 for drill press, 17:6, 26:24–26:26
 for router, 26:26–26:27
 sharpening, 26:27, 78:10
 sources, 26:27
hollow-ground bevel, 52:33
holly, characteristics and uses, 42:82
Holmen, Jock and Susan
 on clock, 108:30–37
 on featherboards, 112:66–69
 on frame, 112:58–65
 on table, 110:59–64
Holmen, Jock and Susan, on clock, 108:30–37
Holmes, Roger
 boxes
  building, 14:18
  hinging, 15:45
  letter box, 37:59–37:63
 drawers
  housing and mounting, 22:38–22:42
  making and fitting, 23:52–23:57
 dust and health, 25:47
 edge joining, 17:26
 flattening boards with a bench plane, 15:30
 hinges, 20:49–20:53
 mortise-and-tenon joints, 18:20–18:25
 sanding by hand, 25:44–25:46
 Shaker trestle table, 18:24–18:25
 sharpening hand tools, 16:40
 Wight Sawmill, 27:36–27:39
Holtzapffel, Jacob, 13:54
home theater. See under cabinets
Honduras mahogany. See mahogany
Honing
 machines for
  reviewed, 89:76–81
 machines for, reviewed, 89:76–81
 process of, 89:76, 89:77
honing. See also grinding; sharpening
 carving tools, 8:24–8:26
 techniques, 1:47–1:50, 16:44–16:45
 with strop, 16:45, 82:80
honing guides
 buyer's guide, 9:28–9:33
 jigs, shop-made for plane irons, 3:9, 33:16
 sources, 9:33
 using, 9:29–9:32, 82:80
hooks, from coat hangers, 34:22
Hoosier cabinets
 building, 77:54–77:63, 79:14 correction
 sources for parts, 66:20, 77:63
Hoosiers
 plywood, 88:36
Hoosiers, plywood, 88:36
horizontal boring
 drill press vertical support for, 79:17
 jig for, 52:20
 shop-made machine for, 57:28
horsepower, peak vs. rated, 78:14
hot-melt glue. See glue
Howard, Barnett C., napkin rings, 58:50–58:51
HTC
 mobile base 2000
  60, APR 04:60, APR 04:64
 mobile base 2000, 60, 107:60, 107:64
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
Hubbard, Blair, cutting inlays with a router,
  7:26–7:30
hugging shoulder, joint, 47:55
Hughes, Glenn
 candle box, 42:62–42:63
 glass-top coffee table, 26:42–26:44
 glass-top contemporary desk, 21:55–21:59
 marbleizing, 26:44
 reviews INCRA Jig, 20:34
 reviews Merle Adjustable Clamp, 20:34
 reviews Plano Vertical Glue Press, 25:62
 reviews Pony Pipe Saddles, 20:34
Hughes, Judith, 39:40–39:41
humidors
 12-sided, 54:6
 building, 53:54, 53:56–53:57, 59:20–59:22
   (addendum)
 supply sources, 53:55
 wood selection for, 78:10
Hurst-Wajszczuk, reviews DeWalt DW477 benchtop
  tablesaw, 65:94
hutches. See cabinets; cupboards
Hutchinson, Peter
 child's rocker, 18:34–18:39
 turned top, 18:62–18:64
HVLP (high-volume, low-pressure) sprayers
 buyer's guide, 28:56–28:61
 customizing, 28:57
 equipment needed, 53:59
 features, 30:6
 guns for
  vs. conventional spray guns, 46:66
  vs. conversion guns, 46:68
  vs. turbine guns, 46:66–46:68
 running off compressor, 28:60
 safety while using, 53:59, 54:10
 using, 28:61, 42:14–42:16
 vs. compressed-air sprayers, 33:60–33:62
hygrometers and moisture meters
 pin type vs. pinless, 79:14
 reviewed, 34:44–34:45
 sources for, 53:55, 57:16, 79:14, 81:50
 Wagner's L607 Dual Depth Proline, 74:84
Hylton, Bill
 drawer lock joints, 58:56–58:57
 reviews Rout-R-Slide, 71:102
 Router Magic, 73:42, 73:43

 

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