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Winter 2013-2014

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O'Donnell, Michael, coloring bowls, 64:50–64:51
O'Rourke, Jay and Janet, bandsawn box, 49:56–49:58
O. M. S. Tool Company
 DowelMax jig, 106:26
O. M. S. Tool Company, DowelMax jig, 106:26
Oak
 curly red, 95:106
 finish for, 102:59
  fumed, 85:79–80, 85:79–80, 85:81, 85:81
 quartersawn "old-growth," 85:120
oak
 characteristics and uses, 31:58
  white, 66:74
 cutting and drying, 64:20
 fumed finish for, 12:54–12:55
 in Mission-style furniture, 14:24–14:28
 quartersawn, 4:18–4:19
  source, 12:54
 red, source, 9:24, 24:24
ocarina, turning an, 75:20–75:28, 78:17 correction
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  (OSHA), decibel ratings for hearing protection,
  65:65
octagonal pegs, making, 19:34
Octagons
 method for, 88:22
Octagons, method for, 88:22
Odate, Toshio
 chisels
  bench chisels, 47:68
  Japanese chisels, 32:10, 43:12
  resetting a Japanese chisel ring, 49:10
 Japanese blacksmiths and blade makers,
   59:62–59:65, 59:96
 Japanese toolbox, 47:58–47:59, 50:6
 sawhorses, Japanese, 52:50
 sharpening
  gouges, 28:28–28:30
  Japanese plane blades and chisels, 18:26–18:31
 slab-top dining table, 43:58–43:61
 tuning Japanese planes, 34:62–34:66
 waterstones, 36:16–36:18
  reviews American-made, 46:78
ogee bracket feet, techniques, 25:43
oil finishes
 and varnish blend, recipe, 35:32–35:33
 applying, 28:47, 78:106–78:107
  before glue-up, 12:26
 bleeding problems, 28:50, 60:45
 care and maintenance, 53:70
 characteristics, 28:46–28:52
 Danish, 66:78–66:80
 food-safe, 37:74–37:76, 68:77
 linseed
  boiled vs. raw oil, 45:10
  hot, 36:48
  stripping, 56:32
 myths of, 28:51
 safety, 28:52
 sources, 73:51, 78:54, 79:62
 stains for antique look, 54:40
 types, 28:50
oil stones. See also sharpening stones
 compared to waterstones, 75:8, 77:10 correction
Oldham
 sawblades
  combination, 95:28
Oldham, sawblades, combination, 95:28
Olson
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
Olson, bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
Olson, Chuck, scroll-saw blade tension, 26:10
Olson, David
 benchtop mortisers reviewed, 81:73–81:77
 copper hardware, 74:67–74:73
 on extension table, 111:92
 on tips, 112:14–19
Oneida
 dust collectors
  recommended, 90:44, 90:47, 90:119, 97:50
 dust collectors, recommended, 90:44, 90:47,
   90:119, 97:50
 filter bags, 97:50
Oneida Air Systems
 cyclone dust collector, 101:24
Oneida Air Systems, cyclone dust collector, 101:24
Oneway
 bowl lathe, 96:32
 lathe
  reviewed, 98:97
 lathe, reviewed, 98:97
Opinel knives, history of, 53:42–53:43
orange peel (finishing flaw), correcting, 49:70,
  56:92, 60:44
orbital sanders
 high-speed, 2:36
 honing edges with a palm-type, 36:24
Oregon alder. See alder
Oregon pine. See Douglas fir
Osborne
 miter gauges
  reviewed, 90:108
Osborne, miter gauges, reviewed, 90:108
oscillating spindle sanders
 buyer's guide, 40:40–40:43, 48:90–48:92
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    82:82–82:85
 components for, sources, 30:35
 converting drill press to, 30:34–30:46
 converting router to, 68:34
 Grizzly reviewed, 82:97
 Porter Cable hand-held reviewed, 82:96
 review, 20:12
 source, 6:6–6:7
Osgood, Jere, furniture design, 42:53
OSHA. See Occupational Safety and Health
  Administration (OSHA)
Osolnik, Rude, 25:24–25:26
 stack-laminated bowls by, 39:56–39:59
 turning a chess set, 16:18
outfeed rollers
 source, 40:24
 swiveling, 80:11
outfeed table, hinged, 32:18
Outfeed tables
 plastic vs. melamine, 100:14
Outfeed tables, plastic vs. melamine, 100:14
Ovals
 mat cutters for, 99:78
ovals. See ellipses
Ovals, mat cutters for, 99:78
oven cleaner, cleaning saw blades with, 56:18
overlapped joints, 52:38–52:39, 52:42–52:43
overspray, defined, 71:76
oxalic acid
 for wood bleach, 4:28, 72:38
 neutralizing, 36:8

 

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