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Maas, Bernie
 router techniques, 12:16
 shop safety, 48:21–48:24
 tablesaw blade guards, 64:65, 66:14 correction
Macassar ebony, characteristics and uses, 47:86
MacDraft PE
 reviewed, 109:84–85
MacDraft PE, reviewed, 109:84–85
machine floor locks, 75:16
machine parts, rebuilding and sources for, 9:6
Machinery. See also T-track; Tool bases
 120v x 240v for, 95:16
 American-made, 95:14
 bases for
  mobile, 88:92, 91:41, 106:94, 112:24, APR
    04:56–64
 bases for, mobile, 88:92, 91:41, 106:94, 107:56–64
 lubricant for, 108:20
 mobile
  chocks for, 104:33
  support blocks for, 105:45
 modular stations for
  reviewed, 91:33
 modular stations for, reviewed, 91:33
 outfeed rollers for
  on jacks, 86:28
 outfeed rollers for, on jacks, 86:28
 portable
  storage for, 98:42
 portable, storage for, 98:42
 tables for
  material for, 92:67, 92:68
 tables for, material for, 92:67, 92:68
 tables of
  deflection in, 104:16
 tables of, deflection in, 104:16
 used
  website on, 102:32
 used, website on, 102:32
machinists' bits
 characteristics and uses, 51:45
 source for, 51:47
machinists' shim stock, source, 43:31
machinists' square (also called engineer's square)
 as marking gauge, 31:14
 buyer's guide, 62:14
Mack, Daniel
 rustic furniture by, 53:44–53:47
 split-grain side chair, 67:52–67:55
Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, profile of, 67:56–67:57
Magazines
 filing tips for, 95:7
Magazines, filing tips for, 95:7
magic wires
 source, 57:55, 66:22, 77:70
 using, 57:52–57:53
Magna Set, review and source, 20:33
magnetic sheets, sources, 70:26
magnetic switches, as a safety device, 58:59, 83:28
Magnetizer
 for small nails, 93:23, 93:108
Magnetizer, for small nails, 93:23, 93:108
Magnets
 rare-earth
  source for, 86:13
magnets. See rare-earth magnets
Magnets, rare-earth, source for, 86:13
Magnifiers
 visor-type, 97:7
magnifiers
 flexible, 40:24
 wearable, 76:8
Magnifiers, visor-type, 97:7
Mahogany. See also Lyptus
 American, 103:36, 103:38, 103:40, 103:46
 certified, 103:38
 finish for, 93:90, 93:104, 93:108
 grain of, 103:40, 103:46
 look-alikes, 103:36, 103:40–46
 quilted
  features of, 93:104
 quilted, features of, 93:104
 source for, 93:108
mahogany
 characteristics and uses, 36:72, 58:78
 sources, 80:54
mail order, for tools, 22:59–22:61
Make Your Own Handcrafted Doors & Windows,
  review, 5:17
Making Kitchen Cabinets with Paul Levine, review,
  7:56
Making Shaker Oval Boxes & Carriers with John
  Wilson, review, 11:66
Making Unusual Miniatures, review, 23:64
Makita
 belt sanders
  recommended, 97:78
  reviewed, 90:90, 90:118
 cordless mid-sized drills
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 cordless mid-sized drills, reviewed, 91:52–53
 drills
  two-for-one, 111:51
 miter saws
  recommended, 90:63–64, 90:119, 97:69
  reviewed, 97:8, 105:68–69
 nailer AF503
  reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailer AF503, reviewed, 102:74–75
 planer 2012NB
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planer 2012NB, reviewed, 100:86–87
 planers
  reviewed, 90:79
 planers, reviewed, 90:79
 plate joiners
  reviewed, 90:83
 plate joiners, reviewed, 90:83
 random-orbit sanders
  recommended, 90:86, 90:88
  reviewed, 90:122
 router
  recommended, 97:86
 router 3612C, 106:65
 router RF1101KIT
  reviewed, 99:70
 router RF1101KIT, reviewed, 99:70
 router, recommended, 97:86
 routers
  recommended, 90:96, 90:98–99, 90:122
  reviewed, 85:74–75, 89:100
 routers mid-sized
  recommended, 90:122
 routers mid-sized, recommended, 90:122
 scroll saw SJ401
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw SJ401, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
 sharpening machines
  recommended, 90:124
  reviewed, 89:79, 89:80–81
Makore
 discussed, 103:42
Makore, discussed, 103:42
Mallets
 handle-less, 102:32
mallets
 croquet, 13:52–13:55
 deadblow, shop-made, 53:20
 musical instrument, 17:34–17:35
 scrapwood, 26:31
 wooden, 50:47
Mallets, handle-less, 102:32
Maloof, Sam, 13:4
 chisels, 47:69
 finishes, sources for, 13:41
Mandel, Mitch
 building a bow-front table, 3:22–3:28
 centerline dado jig by, 29:60
 filing cabinet, 8:28–8:35
 harvest drop-leaf dining table, 30:42–30:47
 installing rule joint hinges, 30:47
 photographing your work, 30:52–30:55
mandrels
 for turning napkin rings, 1:42–1:45
 reverse mounting on a lathe with, 74:32
 sanding small workpieces with, 58:30
 stub, tapered, 1:43–1:45
Mannerist style, 15:54–15:57, 16:57
Mantels
 Arts-and-Crafts style, 88:76–83
 building, 88:78–80, 88:78–80, 88:82–83, 88:82–83
Maple
 birdseye, 96:98
 curly
  bed of, 85:56–69
  finish for, 85:69
 quilted big-leaf, 86:116
 soft, curly, qualities of, 100:98
maple
 bird's eye (See bird's eye maple)
 bleaching and stain removal, 72:38
 characteristics and uses, 29:64, 30:4 correction,
   64:80
 finishes for, 56:16, 63:98–63:100
 preventing tearout in figured, 50:12
 spalted, sources for, 74:41
Maple, soft
 curly
  qualities of, 100:98
MAPP gas torches, working safely with, 72:69
Marian, Voicu
 breakfast tray, 35:34–35:37
 portable drill jigs, 46:54–46:57
 rocking rabbit, 52:44–52:47
 three-legged stool, 46:54–46:57
marine stripper, 50:72
Marino, Sal, veneer repair, 64:70–64:73
Marionette Magic: From Concept to Curtain Call,
  review, 11:66
Markel, Joshua, Boston Museum of Fine Arts show,
  14:32
Marking
 lines for
  darkening, 92:80–81
 lines for, darkening, 92:80–81
 symbols for, 92:76–83
Marking gauges
 beveled-edge wheel
  reviewed, 93:37, 93:108
 beveled-edge wheel, reviewed, 93:37, 93:108
 for in-line screws, 103:24
 knife
  sharpening, 92:79
 knife, sharpening, 92:79
 making, 88:54
 using, 92:79
marking gauges and tools, 5:42–5:43, 5:44–5:45, 6:4
 anatomy of, 65:45
 buyer's guide, 62:15, 62:17
 quick shop-made, 73:63
 source, 42:76
 twist-lock, shop-made, 42:76–42:77
 using, 65:44–65:47
Marks, David J., gilding techniques, 58:68–58:71,
  59:12 correction
marquetry
 Boulle style, 72:52–72:57
 cutting jig and saw frame for, 52:62–52:65
 groups for, 52:64
 sources for, 36:18
 techniques, 52:64–52:65
Marquetry (Ramond), 52:64
Marquetry Society of America, 52:64
Marquetry Society, International Creative, 52:64
Martin Guitar Co., 17:80
Mary Rose, tools from, 33:55–33:56
Masaschi, Teri, vinegar putty painting, 70:84–70:86
Masking tape
 as depth gauge, 107:54, APR 04:54
 for pre-finishing, 109:10
masks. See dust masks and helmets; respirators
Mastelli, Rick, carving wooden spoons, 20:36–20:41
Master Power
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
Master Power, random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
Mat
 board
  cutting, 88:54–55
 board, cutting, 88:54–55
 cutters
  using, 88:54–55
 cutters, using, 88:54–55
MAT strippers, characteristics and uses, 50:72
Matchmaker
 mortise and tenon jig
  reviewed, 104:83
Matchmaker, mortise and tenon jig, reviewed, 104:83
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), using, 53:59
Materials list
 care with, 89:15
Materials list, care with, 89:15
Matlack, Fred
 cutting tapers on jointer, 6:48–6:51
 drill bits
  grinding for use on metal, 63:61
  sharpening, 8:43–8:47
 featherboards, 68:78–68:81
 furniture and projects
  country wall shelf, 21:60–21:61
  herb drying rack, 21:21–21:23
  laminated knife block, 1:34
  New England pine cupboard, 13:42
  pedestal table, 72:63–72:67
  rocking horse, 16:60
  roll-around clamp rack, 39:88
  router table, 24:40–24:45, 27:7 correction
  sawhorse, folding, 52:49
  self-winding top, 63:60–63:61
  stilts, 3:44–3:45
 reviews
  Freud Performance System, 27:66
  Grizzly 1066 Dual-Drum Sander, 52:78
  Multico PM20 Mortiser, 45:80
  router radius-circle tool, 14:12
  Sunhill M-3 "Baby" power feeder, 58:90
 string inlay, cutting with router, 19:26–19:28
 tuning a bandsaw, 25:18–25:23, 38:43
 wooden spring catches, 42:80
Max USA Corp.
 nailer NF221-18-55
  reviewed, 102:72, 102:74–75
Max USA Corp., nailer NF221-18-55, reviewed,
  102:72, 102:74–75
McAlevey, John
 furniture design, 42:48
 sharpening a cabinet scraper, 47:37
McArthur, Bruce, porch swing, 66:36–66:40
McCarthy, Bill
 exterior frame-and-panel doors, 43:14–43:16
 glass light doors, 54:48–54:51, 63:14
 hand-planed moldings, 73:82–73:85
 replacing babbitt bearings, 47:50–47:52
 shaping with a drill press, 31:8
McClure, Paul L.
 alder, 60:74
 ash, 43:86
 beech, 59:76
 butternut, 70:94
 cherry, 45:70
 cocobolo, 65:82
 cypress, 54:84
 Douglas fir, 56:86
 Eastern red cedar, 49:78
 heart-shaped box, 57:65–57:69
 holly, 42:82
 koa, 39:66
 lignum vitae, 71:92
 Macassar ebony, 47:86
 mahogany, 58:78
 maple, 64:80
 padauk, 67:74, 70:16 (safety note)
 pecan, 40:66
 purpleheart, 50:70
 redwood, 51:68
 sassafras, 68:94
 Spanish cedar, 53:64
 sugar pine, 63:90
 teak, 61:88
 walnut, 57:74
 wenge, 44:86
 white oak, 66:74
 wood figure, visual guide to, 71:48–71:51
 yellow poplar, 46:64
 zebrawood, 52:68
McCracken, Vicki, 49:62
McKie, Judy Kensley, 14:32–14:33, 14:70
MDF. See Fiberboard; fiberboard
 for machinery tables, 92:67, 92:88, 92:90
Measuring
 systems for, 92:76–83
Measuring tapes
 board-foot computing, 95:29
 stick-on, 93:20, 93:108
 with note pad, sharpener, 104:38
measuring tools, equipment, and practices
 buyer's guide, 62:12–62:17
 diameters, measuring, 67:30
 metric vs. English, 63:120
 sources for, 57:43
 storage for, 74:61
Measuring, systems for, 92:76–83
mechanisms, wooden, 10:34–10:39
medicine cabinet, 47:42–47:45
medieval siege engine, making, 63:62–63:66
medium-density fiberboard. See fiberboard
Mehler, Kelly
 aftermarket tablesaw guards, buyer's guide,
   36:64–36:67
 planer chip removal, 24:8
 side table, 17:20
 squaring wide stock on circular saw, 34:12
 tablesaw cut-off box, 40:31–40:32
 tablesaw dust collection, 46:12–46:14
 tuning tablesaws, 9:14–9:19
Melamine
 advantages of, 109:42–44
 chip prevention for, 109:44
 colored, 109:44
 drilling, 109:46
 finishing, 109:48
 gluing, 109:46
 hole caps for, 109:48
 vs. plastic laminate, 100:14
Mercer Museum, Pennsylvania low-post bed plans
  from, 6:16–6:22
Merle Adjustable Clamp, review and source, 20:34
Mesquite
 about, 87:44–53
 barbecuing with, 87:53
 dimensions of, 87:48
 dust of, 87:52
 hardness of, 87:50
 sapwood of, 87:50
 sources for, 87:53
 stability of, 87:49
Metabo
 cordless mid-sized drills
  recommended, 91:54
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 drill 12v
  recommended, 97:32
 drill 12v, recommended, 97:32
 jigsaw STE105, 108:19
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
Metal
 for machinery tables, 92:67, 109:8
 tapping, 98:14, 98:72
Metal detectors
 reviewed, 88:30
Metal detectors, reviewed, 88:30
metal filler, sources for, 16:8
metal, cool cutting in, 35:16
metal-object retriever, 34:20, 35:22
metallic salts. See Japan drier
metamerism, solutions to, 52:14
methanol, 50:72
methylene chloride
 characteristics and uses, 50:72, 73:56, 79:12
 health dangers of, 77:12
 heart disease and, 73:54
metric vs. English measurement, 63:120
Metz, Steve, natural-edged wood, working with,
  59:48–59:51
Metzger, Fred, inlaid earrings, 34:67
Meyer, A. Harvey, HVLP sprayers, buyer's guide,
  28:56–28:61
mica plate, source for, 71:22
mica, source, 40:10–40:12
Michelson, Johannes, 7:72, 47:22
Michelson, Wendy, 7:72
microbevel detail, 52:33
Mid-West Tool Collectors Association, 61:39
milk paint
 applying, 44:68
 characteristics of, 44:66–44:68
 Lexington Green, source, 24:24
 recipe sources, 6:22
 removing, 46:8, 50:74, 52:6, 73:54
mill bits, micro-end
 characteristics and uses, 51:45
 source for, 51:47
Miller Dowel Company
 dowel system, 109:13
Miller Dowel Company, dowel system, 109:13
Milwaukee
 belt sanders
  reviewed, 90:90
 belt sanders, reviewed, 90:90
 Body-Grip router
  reviewed, 92:28–29
 Body-Grip router, reviewed, 92:28–29
 cordless mid-sized drills
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 cordless mid-sized drills, reviewed, 91:52–53
 miter saw 6494-6(7c)
  reviewed, 105:68–69
 miter saw 6494-6(7c), reviewed, 105:68–69
 miter saws
  reviewed, 90:64
 miter saws, reviewed, 90:64
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
 router 5625-20, 106:62
 router 5680
  reviewed, 85:74–75
 router 5680, reviewed, 85:74–75
 routers
  reviewed, 90:99, 97:7
 routers, reviewed, 90:99, 97:7
Milwaukee Tools
 router Body Grip
  reviewed, 102:30
Milwaukee Tools, router Body Grip, reviewed,
  102:30
mimi, defined, 34:63
mineral spirits
 disposing, 84:28
 reusing, 84:28
Miners, Russell, trebuchet, making, 63:62–63:66
Ming Dynasty furniture, 47:57
MiniMax
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:83, 110:84–86
 bandsaw S16
  reviewed, 111:74, 111:78–79
Minwax
 wood filler, 98:30
Minwax, wood filler, 98:30
Mirrors
 assembly of, 85:80
 hall oak
  making, 85:78–81
 hall oak, making, 85:78–81
mirrors
 beveled glass, source, 19:11, 23:49, 36:35
 cheval, freestanding, 31:48–31:53
 curved-top, 6:30–6:33
 dressing, Federal-style, 20:44–20:48
 dressing-table, turned, 32:34–32:36
 first-surface glass, sources, 40:58
 hand, 36:34–36:35
 preventing tarnish on the reflecting surface, 51:60
 resilvering, 9:6
 swivel screw, source, 4:35
 wall hung
  plans, 36:62–36:63, 51:58–51:61, 56:56–56:59
  with wedged tenons, 29:48–29:51
Mission style. See Arts and Crafts style
miter box
 for cutting crown molding, 3:30
 sawing kerfs for, 52:10
miter gauge
 apron for, 51:26
 eliminating play in, 50:24, 57:30
 features and types, 81:82–81:83
 fence and adjustable stop, 24:10
 hold-down wedge for, 51:26
 jig for kerfing, 27:23
 light-up, 42:112
 Osborne EB-2 Miter Gauge reviewed,
   72:98–72:100
 reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
   81:81–81:83
 setting at 45°, 71:36
 T-slot, shop-made, 42:16
Miter gauges
 accurate, 95:31, 95:48
 adjuster blocks for, 108:8
 aligning
  with blade, 100:25
 aligning, with blade, 100:25
 precise
  reviewed, 88:32
 precise, reviewed, 88:32
 precision, 91:41
 recommended, 90:108, 90:120
 recommended 2001, 92:104
 slots for
  tightening, 93:24
 slots for, tightening, 93:24
 stop for
  quick-action, 87:24
 stop for, quick-action, 87:24
miter jack, making and using, 38:33–38:35
miter joints
 "double-bridle," 21:29
 "dovetail-spline," 21:29
 "dovetailed slip-tenoned," 21:29
 biscuit slots in, jig for, 47:120
 blind dovetail, 65:60–65:61
 fastening, with clamp nails, 27:22
 for crown molding, 3:30
 for curves, on tablesaw, 6:30–6:31
 gluing, 53:20, 72:46–72:51
 half-lap
  on picture frame, 11:53
  router method, 2:43–2:45, 3:5 correction
 holder, 16:12
 in clock face, 10:19–10:22
 in man-made boards, 53:26–53:31
 jig
  for radial-arm saw, 4:10, 22:10
  for tablesaw, 49:112
 jig, "Dubby," for tablesaw, 10:22
 lock-miter, 11:6, 79:57–79:59
 on radial-arm saw, 4:10
 on tablesaw, 10:22
 pentagonal, in clock case, 10:19–10:20
 splined, 6:30–6:31, 11:6, 51:12, 54:66
 three-way
  mortise and tenon, 37:64–37:66, 70:52–70:55
  showcase joint, 21:28
 wood movement in, 34:41–34:43
Miter saws
 compound
  angles with, shallow, 102:25
  capacity of, increasing, 105:62
  crown molding on, 105:60, 105:62
  features of, 97:67–69, 105:59–64
  fences for, wall-hinged, 92:101
  laser, 105:58–59, 105:66
  laser-guided, 109:12
  recommended 2003, 97:69
  recommended, 2001, 92:104
  reviewed, 97:8, 101:22, 105:68–69
  squaring up, 105:7
  stands for, kit, 104:42
  station for, portable, 93:92, 93:108
  stop blocks for, 109:18
 laser-guided, 96:30
 recommended, 90:63–64, 90:119
 sliding compound
  features of, 90:59–62
 sliding compound, features of, 90:59–62
miter saws. See power miter saws; sliding compound-
  miter saws
Miter saws, compound
 angles with
  shallow, 102:25
 capacity of
  increasing, 105:62
 crown molding on, 105:60, 105:62
 dust-collector port for, 111:50
 features of, 97:67–69, 105:59–64
 fences for
  wall-hinged, 92:101
 laser, 105:58–59, 105:66, 111:50
 laser-guided, 109:12
 recommended
  2001, 92:104
 recommended 2003, 97:69
 reviewed, 97:8, 101:22, 105:68–69
 squaring up, 105:7
 stands for
  kit, 104:42
 station for
  portable, 93:92, 93:108
 stop blocks for, 109:18
miter squares, buyer's guide, 62:14
mitered sticking, 50:58–50:61, 65:63
Miters
 biscuit joinery for, 94:80
 biscuit-joined, 108:77
 clamping, 109:66, 109:72
  jig for, 105:54
  with tape, 89:71
 clamping blocks for, 99:55, 99:56, 99:58
 clamps for, 88:52, 89:69, 94:24
 compound, 110:44–46
 cutting, 109:71–72
 dado sled for, 103:70
 fitting, 108:62, 108:64–65
 for complex moldings, 100:71
 for little boxes, 93:82–83
 glue blocks for, 108:63, 108:65
 gluing, 111:42–43
 gluing-up jig for, 96:86–87
 jig for, 88:51
 long
  plate-joined, 98:49
 long, plate-joined, 98:49
 machining, 108:65
 mini-biscuits for, 85:54
 miscut
  fixing, 87:57
 miscut, fixing, 87:57
 on tablesaw, 108:33, 108:35
 perfect
  testing, 88:49
 perfect, testing, 88:49
 sled for
  tablesaw, 105:53–54
 sled for, tablesaw, 105:53–54
 splined, 99:74–75, 110:47
 stop blocks for, 103:70–72
 tablesaw sled for, 96:84–85
 testing, 93:83, 93:86
 with dozuki saw, 108:90
Miters saws, power
 12-in
  enlarged, 110:12
MLCS
 drill chuck, 112:40
Mode, Michael
 French polishing on the lathe, 44:61–44:63
 stump figure, 47:18
Mohs' Scale, 2:35
Moisture meters
 choosing, 94:87–88
 recommended, 94:88–89
 types of, 94:86–87
moisture meters. See hygrometers and moisture
  meters
Moisture Register
 moisture meters
  recommended, 94:88–89
Moisture Register, moisture meters, recommended,
  94:88–89
moisture, preventing damage from. See silica gel
  packets
Molder-planers
 discussed, 100:78
Molder-planers, discussed, 100:78
Molders
 -planers, 97:72
Molders, -planers, 97:72
Molding
 mitered glued-on, 111:40
 routing, 95:71, 95:73–74
 splined, 111:41
molding heads, using, 60:40–60:43
molding planes. See planes
Molding, routing, 95:71, 95:73–74
molding, scratch stock for making. See scratch
  beader or scratch stock
Moldings. See also Picture frames; Planer-molders
 "recoverable" beads for, 87:26
 arched cornice, 100:71–73, 100:75
 assembled, 86:59, 86:60, 86:65–66
 bead
  on router table, 100:51–53
 bead, on router table, 100:51–53
 beading, 108:35, 108:36
 bullnose
  on router table, 100:50–52
 bullnose, on router table, 100:50–52
 cove
  book on, 103:12
  on tablesaw, 100:50–52, 100:67–68, 100:75
  on tablesaws, 103:12
  small, 86:66
  with router table, 93:86–88
 crown
  with miter saws, 105:60, 105:62
 crown, with miter saws, 105:60, 105:62
 curved
  making, 99:74–78
 curved, making, 99:74–78
 dentil
  making, 86:65
 dentil, making, 86:65
 fluted, 85:85
 for doors, 101:42
 for picture frames, 96:82–83
 making, 89:63
  with router, 85:82–85
 ogee
  on router table, 100:52
 ogee, on router table, 100:52
 on router table, 108:32
 on tablesaws, 110:8
 sanding blocks for, 85:84
 small
  making, 93:82
  method for, 85:83
 splined, 109:60
 trim
  over gaps, 88:83
 trim, over gaps, 88:83
moldings
 bisecting angles for mitering, 25:10
 books about, 46:47
 brass-covered wooden, source, 24:8
 Colonial style, 54:37, 67:64–67:65, 71:24
 crown (See crown molding)
 dentil (See dentils)
 display shelves made with, 70:62–70:65
 for artwork (See picture frames)
 for Chippendale style furniture, 46:46
 for Federal style furniture, 46:47
 for Queen Anne style furniture, 46:45
 for William and Mary style furniture, 46:44
 hand-planed custom, 73:82–73:85
 on shaper, 49:50
 period, made with contemporary tools,
   56:42–56:43, 71:24
 profiles of, 46:46
 reed, 78:80–78:82
 setup blocks for, making and using, 60:42–60:43
 tablesaw molding-head cutters, 60:40–60:42
 with router, 12:20, 49:50
Montgomery, Hugh N., display stand, 63:40–63:43
Moore, Terry, furniture design, 42:50
Moran, Bob
 backyard lumbermaking, 21:44–21:54
 curved bandsaw fences, 23:18–23:19
 cutting tenons on tablesaw, 24:59–24:63
 dado heads, buyer's guide, 19:46–19:50
 fence and stop-block system, 57:34–57:36
 making a cutting board, 25:6
 miter joints, 24:6
 porch swing, 20:22–20:26
 reviews
  Leigh Multiple mortise-and-tenon attachment,
    26:66
  Vix-Bits, 20:32
 slot mortiser, shop-made, 13:46
 tablesaw tapering jig, 51:30–51:33
Morrison, Walter
 causes of uneven glue lines, 40:14
 paste wood filler, 13:56
 preventing a crowned drive roller on belt sander,
   37:16
 wall shelves, 3:29–3:31
Morse (MK)
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
Morse (MK), bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
Morse tapers
 fitting, 86:74
Morse tapers, fitting, 86:74
Mortise and tenon. See also Mortises; Tenons
 angled, 105:77–82
 fit of, 88:10
  correcting, 93:67
 for doors, 98:79, 98:80, 98:85
 haunched, 88:58–61, 88:64
 jig for
  reviewed, 104:81–83
 jig for, reviewed, 104:81–83
 router jig for
  commercial, 100:35
 router jig for, commercial, 100:35
 wedged, 107:70–74, APR 04:70–74
Mortisers
 benchtop
  recommended, 90:120–121
  reviewed, 87:24
 drill-press, 97:37
  discussed, 90:37
 features of, 90:69–71
 hollow chisels for
  reviewed, 89:98
 hollow chisels for, reviewed, 89:98
 recommended, 90:72–73
 recommended 2001, 92:104
mortisers
 benchtop, reviewed and American Woodworker
   rated, 64:74–64:78, 81:73–81:77
 hollow-chisel (See hollow-chisel mortising
   attachments)
 shop-made, for router, 44:96
 souping up, 78:41
 techniques for using, 2:52–2:55, 73:12
Mortises
 calipers for, 109:36, 109:41
 cutting, 93:62, 93:64
 drilling, 111:30
 end-grain
  jig for, 105:80
 end-grain, jig for, 105:80
 for pegs
  with hollow-chisel, 85:80
 for pegs, with hollow-chisel, 85:80
 making, 88:70
 old
  glue removal from, 103:51
 old, glue removal from, 103:51
 on legs
  marking system for, 92:78
 on legs, marking system for, 92:78
 plugging
  for turning, 85:61
 plugging, for turning, 85:61
 router jig for, 92:50, 92:52
 splines for, 87:63
 squaring, 85:61
 stopped, 88:58
 through
  squaring up, 85:80
 through, squaring up, 85:80
 with plunge router, 87:62, 87:63
 with router, 87:77, 105:77–79, 105:80, 107:70–72,
   107:74, 107:78, APR 04:70–72, APR 04:74,
   APR 04:78
  bits for, 85:51
  jigs for, 85:50–51
  on angled stock, 105:78–80
  stop blocks for, 105:78, 105:79, 105:80, 105:85
mortises and mortise-and-tenon joints
 "angled-shoulder," 21:28
 "fox-wedged," 21:28
 anatomy of, 51:52
 angled
  for Mission armchairs, 14:26–14:28, 17:4
  for spindles, 1:27
  on drill press, 3:24–3:25
 centering jig for, 72:24
 chair-seat rail, 1:27
 dado-cut, 65:32
 design and dimension guidelines, 51:52–51:57,
   75:10
 drawbored, 25:28
 for low-post bed, 6:20–6:21
 hand-cutting, 31:26
 haunched, 10:53–10:56, 51:56
 in headboard, 38:16
 indexing jig for, 54:51, 56:10
 machine mortising, 2:52–2:55, 73:12
 on benchtop mortiser, 26:26
 on drill press, 26:24–26:26
 pegging, 45:31–45:32
 routing, 26:26–26:27, 37:37, 50:36, 81:70–81:71
  bits for, 13:50
 shallow, reinforcing, 9:37
 slot
  drill-press method, 1:27
  jig, for plunge router, 13:46–13:51
 techniques for, 18:20–18:25, 78:37–78:45
 template for, 13:39–13:40
 three-way
  mitered, 37:64–37:66, 70:52–70:55
  showcase, 21:29
 through-wedged, 18:20–18:25
 V-jig, for drilling, 1:24–1:27
 with 1-2-3 block, 16:37–16:39
 wood movement in, 34:39–34:41
Moser, Thomas, bow-front table, 3:22–3:28
mother-of-pearl, sources for, 56:18
Motifs
 cloud-lift, 108:52, 108:53, 108:57
Motifs, cloud-lift, 108:52, 108:53, 108:57
Motors
 brushes of
  replacing, 85:8
 brushes of, replacing, 85:8
 power of, 96:38–39
 sparks from
  diagnosing, 85:8
 sparks from, diagnosing, 85:8
motors
 arbors, sources for, 60:20
 electric, sources for, 7:44, 81:50
 mount for, 7:10
 three-phase, pros and cons, 30:10
 types, for shop use, 45:12
 understanding horsepower ratings, 78:14
 voltage issues, 52:12–52:14, 61:18, 63:12
mottle figure. See figure
Mounts. See Keyhole slots
mousetraps as holders, 34:22
mower push toy, 4:36–4:38
MSDS. See Material Safety Data Sheet
Mulch
 from workshop, 92:12
Mulch, from workshop, 92:12
mule. See shaving horse
multi tool, American Woodworker reviews,
  70:59–70:61
Multi-Router
 mortise and tenon jig
  reviewed, 104:83
Multi-Router, mortise and tenon jig, reviewed,
  104:83
Multi-Stop, 34:96
 review and source, 20:33
Multico
 mortisers
  reviewed, 90:73
Multico, mortisers, reviewed, 90:73
Munkittrick, Dave
 air compressors, easy-drain adaptation, 80:13
 answers questions, 106:6–12, 108:8–14, 112:8–12
 avoiding tearout in veneered plywood, 77:8
 blue-stained pine, 75:8
 carvings, replacing missing parts, 79:8–79:10
 circular saw blade teeth, types of, 78:16–78:17
 ***-beading on drawer fronts, 75:11
 cupped door panels, 77:10
 custom polyurethane varnish sheen, 78:8
 door magnets and computers, 74:8
 dust collectors reviewed, 80:81–80:85
 expandable pipe clamps, 80:13
 finishing, 81:90–81:92
  applying bright-colored stains, 82:106
  controlling drips, 82:104
  waterborne polyurethane, 82:104
 fuming brass hardware, 74:8
 furniture and projects
  baseball bats, making, 78:12
  display shelf, 78:52–78:55
  photo album, 79:38
  pie safe, 79:70–79:77
  rustic picture frame, 81:24–81:26
  tool stand, 82:48–82:55
 glue for bent lamination, 75:12
 grinders, shop-made, 80:13
 home theater cabinet, 84:48–84:63
 humidors, wood selection for, 78:10
 joining curved boards, 77:6
 jointing wide boards, 78:8
 mini lathes shop tested, 78:68–78:71
 mortise and tenon dimensions, 75:10
 on air cleaners, 103:76–83
 on air-drying lumber, 94:82–84
 on bandsaw blades, 91:103–110
 on Ceylon satinwood, 101:94
 on curly soft maple, 100:98
 on dado blades, 86:53–56
 on display shelves, 89:84–89
 on dust collection, 100:54–62
 on dust filters, 104:72–75
 on mobile bases, 107:56–64, APR 04:56–64
 on moisture meters, 94:85–89
 on myrtlewood, 92:102
 on picture frames, 88:48–55
 on primavera, 99:102
 on red oak, 95:106
 on resawing, 104:94–96
 on router table, 99:39–47
 on router tables, 92:64–73
 on scroll saws, 87:66–74
 on scrollsaws, 104:85–87
 on shop tips, 95:88–92
 on sycamore, 98:114
 on television cabinet, 101:40–51
 on tool chest, 96:60–69
 on umbrella stand, 98:54–59
 on workbench, 105:42–51
 outfeed support, 80:11
 removing water-based dyes, 82:108
 reviews oscillating spindle sanders, 82:82–82:85
 router bit slipping, 75:13
 router table, pull-out, 79:104
 sawhorses, folding, 79:102
 scaling from photographs, 77:8
 sharpening drill bits, 78:62–78:67
 sharpening hollow chisels, 78:10
 sharpening stones, 75:8, 77:10 correction
 sheet goods sawing rack, 80:11
 small shop storage, 84:44–84:46
 storage
  drawers, rolling, 80:8
  perf-board shelving, 80:8
  power-tool caddy, 79:100
  tablesaw tools, 79:100
  tool "book," 79:100
 tablesaw as a worktable base, 79:100
 understanding horsepower ratings, 78:14
 wall shelves, free-form, 80:34
 waterstones, 77:10
 workbench, from an old door, 82:34
Munkittrick, David
 on melamine, 109:42–48
Munkittrick, David, on melamine, 109:42–48
muntins, making, 54:48–54:50
museums, furniture and tool, 20:3
music box, 28:53–28:55
music stand
 bentwood, 4:30–4:35
 plans, 43:34–43:37
musical instruments
 Aeolian wind harp, 16:33–16:35
 best woods for, 26:8–26:10
 guitars (See guitars)
 handcrafted, magazine about, 26:72
 turning a whistle, 75:20–75:28, 78:17 correction
 xylophone, 17:32–17:35
Myrtlewood
 qualities of, 92:102
Myrtlewood, qualities of, 92:102

 

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