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jack planes. See planes
jackknife. See multi tool
jackstraws, 13:80
Jacobean style, 15:56
Jacobs Hand-Tite Keyless Chuck, review and source,
  20:32
Jacobson, James A., turned apple box, 14:52
Jagielo, Mike, bar clamp bookends, 64:68–64:69
jam chucks, 1:44–1:45, 13:20, 13:54, 18:63, 19:37,
  61:60
 shop-made, 36:38, 37:46, 81:19
 substitutes for, 66:34
Janofsky, Seth, making shop-sawn veneers, 42:71
Japan drier
 source for, 17:51
 using, 50:14
japan paint, sources for, 58:71
Japanese blades
 makers profiled, 59:62–59:65
 production process, 59:66–59:67
Japanese chisels
 recreating flat on, 43:12
 resetting ring on, 49:10
 setting hoops on handle, 15:6
 sharpening, 18:28–18:31
 sources, 59:63
Japanese claro walnut. See walnut
Japanese planes
 anatomy of, 34:63
 blade making for, 59:66–59:67
 blades, sharpening and tuning, 18:26–18:31
 dai naoshi kanna, defined, 34:66
 koppa gaeshi, defined, 34:66
 mimi, defined, 34:63
 pull type, reviewed, 81:89
 sources, 59:63
 tuning, 34:62–34:66
 ura, defined, 34:64
Japanese saws
 rack for, 59:30
 sources for, 59:63
Japanese toolbox, 47:58–47:59, 50:6
japanning, on furniture, 16:57
jarrah
 characteristics and uses, 73:52–73:53
 sources, 73:51, 73:53
JDS
 air cleaner 750-ER
  reviewed, 103:82–83
JDS Co.
 blast gates
  automatic, 112:20–21
JDS, air cleaner 750-ER, reviewed, 103:82–83
Jepson
 plate joiners
  reviewed, 90:83
 plate joiners, reviewed, 90:83
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
Jesada
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
 bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
 dado stacking blades
  recommended, 90:124
 dado stacking blades, recommended, 90:124
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
JessEm
 Router Lift
  reviewed, 85:89
 Router Lift, reviewed, 85:89
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–73
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–73
JessEm Tool Company
 router table Mast-R-Lift Excel, 106:22
JessEm Tool Company, router table Mast-R-Lift
  Excel, 106:22
Jet
 air cleaners
  reviewed, 103:82–83
 air cleaners, reviewed, 103:82–83
 bandsaw JWBS-18
  reviewed, 111:74, 111:78–79
 bandsaws
  recommended, 90:26–27, 90:118, 97:26
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 88:90–91, 110:78,
    110:84–86
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 dust collector, 96:28
 dust collectors
  recommended, 90:119
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust-collection system, 111:49
 filter bags, 97:50
 jointer JJ-6CSX
  recommended, 97:56
 jointer JJ-6CSX, recommended, 97:56
 jointers
  recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 jointers, recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 lathe JML 1014
  recommended, 97:64
 lathe JML 1014, recommended, 97:64
 lathe JWL-1236
  reviewed, 98:95, 98:96–97
 lathe JWL-1236, reviewed, 98:95, 98:96–97
 lathe JWL-1442
  recommended, 98:95
 lathe JWL-1442, recommended, 98:95
 mini-lathe
  recommended, 90:120
 mini-lathe, recommended, 90:120
 mobile bases, 107:62, 107:64, APR 04:62, APR
   04:64
 mortisers
  recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 mortisers, recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 planer 708596K
  reviewed, 108:48–49
 planer 708596K, reviewed, 108:48–49
 planer JWP12DX
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planer JWP12DX, reviewed, 100:86–87
 planers
  reviewed, 90:79
 planers, reviewed, 90:79
 rip fence, 97:16
 tablesaw JWCS-10A, 95:44, 95:45
  reviewed, 88:28
 tablesaw SuperSaw
  reviewed, 97:10, 104:46–50
 tablesaw SuperSaw, reviewed, 97:10, 104:46–50
 tablesaws, 96:38, 96:41, 96:46, 96:50–51
Jet Tools
 bandsaws, recommended, 90:26–27, 90:118
 drill presses, reviewed, 90:36–37
 dust collectors
  recommended, 90:119
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust-collection systems, 91:30
 jointers, recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 mini-lathe, recommended, 90:120
 mortisers, recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 planers, reviewed, 90:79
jewelry boxes
 dovetailed, 17:56–17:61
 drawer lining for, 57:18
 for rings, 56:70–56:72
 from a single board, 54:65–54:67, 59:58–59:61
 heart-shaped, 57:65–57:69
 hinges, sources for, 17:59
 kerf-bent, 52:31–52:32
 trapezoid, 65:48–65:51
 twin-lidded, 61:72–61:74
Jewitt, Jeff
 reviews vacuum veneer presses, 44:50–44:53
 vacuum pump noise, 45:6
 vacuum veneering, 44:50–44:53
Jigs
 fiberboard for, 105:28
 sled-type, 110:47
 tape for, 110:45
jigs. See also shooting boards; specific machine;
  specific process
 angle-boring
  on drill press, 24:26–24:27
  with portable drill, 46:54–46:57
 bead-scratching, 22:20
 bead-turning, on lathe, 46:22
 blockmaking, 68:58
 centering
  for drilling or marking, 23:10, 84:14
  for routing, 70:36
 circle glue-up, 14:8
 circle-cutting, on router, 2:12, 14:12, 21:43, 26:15,
   53:20, 54:30
 compound-angle boring, on drill press, 42:26
 crosscutting, "bottomless," 40:33
 cut-off, for Skilsaw, 29:18, 33:16
 dovetail jigs (See dovetail jigs)
 dowel rod, 39:20
 dowel-drilling, 31:12
  source for, 82:77
 dowel-grooving, 46:20, 60:34
 doweling, buyer's guide, 3:32–3:38
 drawer-handle placement, 8:34–8:35
 edge-sanding, 47:30
 edge-trimming, with router, 44:24
 ellipse-cutting (See ellipses and ovals)
 finish for, 29:10
 fluting
  on drill press, 21:24–21:26
  on router, 3:8
 for angled mortises, on router, 14:24
 for bench-dog holes, on router, 18:48–18:50
 for biscuit joints in miters, 47:120
 for carving bench, 43:24
 for clamping angled joints (See clamping)
 for clamping curves, 8:10, 78:20
 for clamping, bench stop, 1:10
 for cutting sandpaper, 37:24
 for drilling pocket-holes (See under drilling jigs)
 for inclined edge, on planer, 7:47–7:49
 for irregular shapes, 10:10, 56:16
 for jointer knife-setting, 3:20
 for miter joint glue-up, 72:47
 for picture frames, round, gluing, 14:8
 for ripping plywood, on circular saw, 3:6
 for routing dadoes (See router jigs)
 for Shaker bentwood boxes, 11:24
 for shelf-divider slots, on router, 8:6
 for spoked toy wheels, 8:55
 for squaring radial-arm saw, 43:24–43:26
 for tapered pegs, on lathe, 16:34–16:35
 for thin stock, on planer, 9:10
 for trimming corners, 74:21
 hinge-mortising, on router, 29:59, 64:16
 honing guide, for plane irons, 33:16
 jointing, on thickness planer, 7:6
 miter gauge, for kerfing, 27:23
 miter, on radial-arm saw, 4:10, 22:10
 mortising
  on plunge router, 29:58
  on router, 5:4
  on router, 2:52–2:55, 37:30–37:34
 perpendicular hole drilling, 28:16
 pin router, from drill press, 15:8
 planing, with router, 42:28
 positioning, review, 31:54–31:56
 precision-trimming, on radial-arm saw, 14:10
 sanding, for circles, 35:22
 slot-mortising, on plunge router, 13:46–13:51
 squaring jig for sawing logs, 56:32
 T-square, for circular saw, 46:20
 tenoning, on router, 37:30–37:34, 59:71, 84:16
 tripod leg, 56:32
 V-, for drilling round stock, 1:24–1:27, 56:75
 Veritas, Honing Guide and Angle, 20:35
 Veritas, Poly Gauge, 17:14
Jigs, fiberboard for, 105:28
jigsaw puzzles. See puzzles
Jigsaws
 base plates for
  zero-clearance, 89:20
 base plates for, zero-clearance, 89:20
 battery-driven
  in kits, 104:60–62
 battery-driven, in kits, 104:60–62
 cutouts with, 102:52–53
 new
  reviewed, 108:19
 new, reviewed, 108:19
 tool-free blade changing
  reviewed, 93:34, 93:108
 tool-free blade changing, reviewed, 93:34, 93:108
jigsaws
 buyer's guide, 41:82–41:83, 48:86–48:89,
   55:34–55:38, 62:86–62:89, 69:90–69:94,
   76:74–76:77
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    68:64–68:69
 features and types, 48:86–48:87, 55:34–55:35,
   62:86–62:87, 68:65, 69:90–69:91,
   76:74–76:75
 reciprocating file from, 38:24
 recycling old blades, 65:32
 salvaging broken blades, 58:32
jitetsu (soft steel), 59:66
jobsite layout tools, buyer's guide, 62:16
John Deere
 miter saw ET-3403-J
  reviewed, 105:68–69
John Deere, miter saw ET-3403-J, reviewed,
  105:68–69
Johnson, Lew, butterfly joints, 53:53
Johnson, Randy
 bureau by, 103:36
 on bandsaws, 88:84–91, 104:77–80
 on bookcase, 103:56–67
 on bookcases, 95:76–86
 on CAD programs, 109:74–85
 on clamping, 89:69–74
 on Craftsman bookcase, 91:58–72
 on display cabinet, 98:76–87
 on drawers, 92:60–63
 on eye and ear protection, 92:92–95
 on frames, 96:80–88
 on HVLP sprayers, 101:56–63
 on lock rabbets, 92:60–63
 on mortise and tenon jig, 104:81–83
 on outdoor chair, 93:60–72
 on picture frames, 99:72–78
 on sawhorse
  cart, 96:52–57
 on sawhorse, cart, 96:52–57
 on sawmills, 112:70–78
 on shop tips, 100:18–32, 108:26–28
 on small-shop tips, 93:92–96
 on T-track, 107:22–31, APR 04:22–31
 on table hockey, 111:87–90
 on template routing, 106:66–70
 portable food safe, 82:20–82:23
Johnson, Tim
 benchtop mortisers reviewed, 81:73–81:77
 bird's eye maple, characteristics and uses, 80:98
 dewaxed shellac, instant, 80:98
 finishing tips, 80:98–80:102, 82:104–82:108
 furniture and projects
  farm table, 82:68–82:77
  Greene and Greene–style side table, 81:52–81:61
  Hoosier-style cabinet, 77:54–77:63, 79:14
    correction
  parlor table, 79:50–79:56
  Stickley-style sideboard, 74:50–74:57
  whittled peg rack, 73:64–73:66
 installing cabinets and shelving, 78:56–78:61
 mineral spirits, 84:28
 No. 1 common, virtues of, 84:34–84:42
 on belt-disc sanders, 108:38–49
 on birch, 89:115–123
 on brad nailers, 102:68–85, 105:71–72
 on bureau restoration, 96:70–78
 on coffee table, 92:48–59
 on drill presses, 86:68–75
 on Euro hinges, 110:34–38
 on finishing cherry, 93:52–58
 on garden chairs, 105:74–87
 on garden projects, 94:69–80, 94:69–80
 on grandfather clock, 100:64–75
 on lathes, 98:88–97
 on new products, 87:24–29, 92:28–35
 on pine finishes, 101:52–55
 on plywood, 88:36–46
 on rough lumber, 89:46–53
 on serving tray, 103:68–75
 on Shaker stand, 106:48–57
 on shelves, 111:36–45
 on shop cabinet, 91:88–96
 on shop equipment, 94:32–40
 on shop products, 98:30–38
 on storm doors, 88:56–64
 on well-equipped shop, 93:28–37
 on zero-clearance inserts, 95:50–58
 outdoor furniture, preserving, 84:30
 pneumatic brad nailers, 79:43–79:49
 raising panels with a router, 73:39–73:43
 removing water-based dyes, 82:108
 repairing checks, 84:32
 reversible stile and rail cutters, using, 78:72–78:74
 vises reviewed, 82:88–82:92
 waterborne polyurethane, warming the look of,
   80:102
 wood putty, making, 84:30
 workbench, shop-made wedged-base, 75:44–75:49
Johnson, W. Curtis
 bentwood music stand by, 4:30–4:35
 ebonizing wood, 39:30
 glues, 10:46–10:51, 34:26–34:31
 hall table, 39:26–39:30
 sandpaper techniques, 2:34–2:37
 settee, 13:39
 Shaker wall clock, 22:54–22:58
 strong glue joints, 34:30
 tapered sliding dovetails, 15:25
 woodworking clamps, 3:39–3:43
 woodworking glues, 10:46–10:51
Joinery. See also separate procedures; separate
  procedures
 butt
  with screws, 112:43
 dowel repairs for, 103:52, 103:54
  steel, 103:53
 edge-to-edge, 87:10
  plate-joined, 98:48
 knockdown, 91:63
 loose
  epoxy injection for, 103:50, 103:55
 loose, epoxy injection for, 103:50, 103:55
 of plywood panels, 104:65
 stamps for, 92:82
 with drywall screws, 87:37
jointer knives
 back-beveling, 50:12
 grinding, 12:8, 50:24, 54:10
 maintenance, 3:20–3:21
 setting, 3:20–3:21, 36:22, 73:16
  with magnet, 44:26, 65:32
 sharpening, 3:20, 12:8, 77:20
 stoning, 3:20
jointer-planers, buyer's guide, 55:115, 55:118,
  62:133, 62:138, 69:117, 69:122, 71:16
  correction, 76:102
Jointers. See also Roller stands; Sharpening
 -planers, 90:52, 90:76, 97:55, 97:72
 8-in.
  reviewed, 99:35
 8-in., reviewed, 99:35
 adjusting, 112:36
 dial-indicator tuneup for, 112:32–36
 featherboards for, 112:68
 features of, 90:52–53, 97:53–56
 knives for
  disposable, 103:31
 knives for, disposable, 103:31
 long-bed
  reviewed, 89:94
 long-bed, reviewed, 89:94
 planes as, 94:26
 recommended, 90:54–56, 90:120
 recommended 2001, 92:104
 recommended 2003, 97:56
 router-table
  making, 85:38–42
 router-table, making, 85:38–42
 straightedge setting aid for, 85:22
 troubleshooting, 91:12
 types of, 90:51
jointers
 adjusting, maintaining, and tuning, 3:16–3:21
  checking for square, 23:6, 83:130
  correct jointer settings, 58:66
  cutterhead alignment, 58:67
  initial setup, 77:74
  pulleys and belts, 83:118
  table alignment, correcting, 58:66,
    83:120–83:122
  tuning, 58:65–58:67, 83:118–83:130
  using, 3:16–3:21, 6:48–6:51
  waxing the table, 83:126
  world's largest, 8:72, 10:72
 anatomy of, 58:59
 buyer's guide, 41:34–41:35, 48:34–48:37,
   55:74–55:78, 62:90–62:94, 69:96–69:100,
   76:79–76:82, 83:61–83:65
  American Woodworker reviews and rates 6-inch
    models, 77:72–77:77
  American Woodworker reviews and rates 8-inch
    models, 58:58–58:64
 cutting rabbets on, 77:77
 cutting spade feet on, 6:51
 cutting tapers on, 6:48–6:51, 17:21–17:23
 developments in, 83:63
 features and types, 48:34–48:35, 55:74–55:75,
   62:90–62:91, 69:96–69:97, 76:79–76:80,
   77:73, 83:61–83:63
 fence alignment methods, 83:126–83:130
 fence features and size, 83:64
 safety, 3:17–3:21, 4:4, 59:32
 setting knives on, 77:74
  jig for, 3:20
  methods, 58:67, 83:122–83:126
 smoothness of cut, factors that affect, 58:64, 59:22
 stand, 11:8
 straightening boards on, 17:27–17:29
 tablesaw, used as, 4:10
Jointing
 on router table, 92:89
 on router tables, 89:13
 with planers, 106:14
 with router, 105:49
  jig for, 98:21
 with router jig, 89:58
 with tablesaws, 97:12
jointing
 by hand, 7:10, 17:28–17:30, 73:14
 by machine, 17:27–17:28
 on thickness planer, 7:6
 router jig for, 42:26, 78:51
 wide boards, 78:8
 with a router, 81:8, 82:70–82:71
 with shooting board, 7:47–7:49, 73:14
Joints
 knock-down
  bolt-and-wing nut, 85:24
joints. See also specific type
 "Jerry Joint," 4:51
 "square corner," 47:55
 "wedge nail," making, 47:56–47:57
 and glue, 34:30
 armchair, 3:8
 chair-seat rail, 1:27
 Chinese, 37:64–37:66, 47:53–47:57
 cogged, 39:52–39:54
 corner (See corner joints)
 designing, 50:28–50:33, 51:52–51:57,
   52:38–52:43, 53:26–53:31
  for visual interest, 39:52–39:55
 edge (See edge joints)
 finger joints
  loose, 52:42–52:43
  making on tablesaw, 6:48–6:49
 knockdown (See knockdown joints)
 locking taper, 71:63
 long-grain, types of, 50:30
 protruding, 39:53–39:55
 repairing structural, 65:57
 scarf, 9:22–9:24, 74:16
 screw, reinforcing, 8:48–8:50
 shadow-line, 39:53–39:55
 shitage kama, defined, 12:50
 shoulder hugging, 47:55
 shouldered half-lap, 63:42
 smooth, square, 50:31
 sprung, 17:28–17:30
 swallowtail, on boxes, 11:18–11:19
 T-section, 47:54
 watertight, 56:45
 wood movement in, 34:38–34:43
Joints, knock-down, bolt-and-wing nut, 85:24
JS
 plate joiners
  recommended, 90:121
JS, plate joiners, recommended, 90:121

 

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