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padauk, characteristics and uses, 67:74, 70:16 (safety
  note)
padding lacquer or finish
 alternative to French polish, 36:61
 applying, 15:48–15:51
 shellac in, 15:48
 techniques for using, 36:59–36:60
Paint
 and fasteners
  bleed-through with, 86:49
 and fasteners, bleed-through with, 86:49
 for exterior doors, 88:58
 on damp wood, 86:49
 over pressure-treated wood, 86:48
 spray-on
  rack for, 96:88
 spray-on, rack for, 96:88
paint. See also milk paint
 antique colors, source, 10:33
 brush care and maintenance, 6:6
 brush selection and use, 26:62–26:63
 crackle finish, 40:28–40:30
 drying slowly, 57:30
 European, source, 26:10
 for decoration, 4:52–4:53
 hiding wood grain underneath, 60:46
 latex, disposal of, 37:8
 over finishes, 28:10
 preventing oxidization, 36:22
 primers for, 58:42
 removing from pores, 79:12
 spraying (See spray painting)
 storing, 70:38
 stripping, 8:8, 79:12
 Windsor Green, source, 24:24
paint strippers. See strippers
paint thinner, reusing, 34:4
Palmgren
 planers
  reviewed, 108:46–49
Palmgren, planers, reviewed, 108:46–49
Panasonic
 cordless mid-sized drills
  recommended, 91:54
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 drill 12v
  recommended, 97:32
 drill 12v, recommended, 97:32
Pandey, Christa, on Erzgebirge turnings, 42:40–42:41
panel raising
 arched, on shaper, 35:53–35:57
 jig for tablesaw, 8:33, 68:72–68:73
 on router, 31:24–31:25, 73:39–73:43
 on shaper, 34:57
 on tablesaw, 8:30–8:33
 primer on router bits for, 52:52–52:54
 safety guidelines, 52:54
 veneered raised panel, 68:70–68:73
panel saw, for cutting plywood, 3:6
Panels. See Frame and panel
 assembly of, 85:80
 bits for
  reviewed, 92:32
 bits for, reviewed, 92:32
 raised
  building, foldout
  on router table, 111:53–62
  on tablesaw, 108:78
panels. See also frame-and-panel construction; panel
  raising
 curved (See coopering)
 cutting on a tablesaw, 53:10, 66:32
 flattening with a belt sander, 57:44–57:45
 gluing up stock for, 17:26–17:30
 man-made (See sheet goods; specific type)
pantograph, buyer's guide, 62:17
Paper. See Builder's paper
paper. See acid-free paper; rice paper
paring, chisel techniques, 68:46–68:49
Parkinson's disease, steadying jigs for, 77:18
Particleboard
 qualities of, 105:26–33
 toxicity of, 105:33
 vs. fiberboard, 105:26
particleboard
 characteristics of, 43:56, 53:27–53:28
 cutting techniques for, 53:29–53:30
 joint design for, 53:26–53:31
 substrate for plastic laminates, 4:6
 support for finishing, 38:26
parting tools
 for carving, sharpening, 8:25–8:26
 for turning
  sharpening, 30:60
  shop-made, 64:32
Paslode
 nailer T200-F18
  reviewed, 102:74–75
Paslode, nailer T200-F18, reviewed, 102:74–75
paste filler. See wood filler
patents, protecting, 34:96
paterae, carving, 5:20–5:23
patternmakers' vises, 55:12–55:13
Patterns
 fiberboard for, 105:29
 from CAD programs, 109:76–77
 gridded
  enlarging, 87:65
 gridded, enlarging, 87:65
patterns. See also production shop techniques
 creating, 45:24
 duplicates, cutting no-measure, 54:30, 56:32
 transferring, 44:24, 73:25, 73:63, 82:14, 82:16
Patterson, Dereyk, cigar humidor, 53:53–53:57
Patterson, Lance
 curved legs for a bed, 40:10
 repairing veneer, 38:18–38:20
Paules, Gene, shop-made oscillating spindle sander,
  30:34
Paulsen, Steve
 chatterwork, 45:38–45:41
 sculpture puzzle, 42:54–42:55
 tiny turning tools, 45:41
PC Draft PE
 reviewed, 109:84–85
PC Draft PE, reviewed, 109:84–85
Pearson, Peter, garden trugs, 58:43–58:45
pecan, characteristics and uses, 40:66
PEG. See polyethylene glycol
peg rack, whittled, 73:64–73:66
Pegs
 decorative, 91:65
 using, 106:77–78
pegs
 making octagonal, 19:34
 square for a round hole, 70:24–70:26
pen-turning lathes. See mini lathes under lathes
pencil holder, 84:14
Pencil holers
 on tape measure, 110:14
 with magnets, 110:22
pencil marks, removing, 77:13
pencil/rule holder, 39:20, 59:58–59:61
Pencils
 carpenter's
  sharpener for, 99:36
 carpenter's, sharpener for, 99:36
 multiplying
  quickly, 92:80
 multiplying, quickly, 92:80
pencils
 chalk marking, sources, 79:56
 sharpening tips, 73:60
Penn State
 air cleaner AC620
  reviewed, 103:82–83
 air cleaner AC620, reviewed, 103:82–83
 dust collectors
  recommended, 90:46–47, 90:119, 97:50
 dust collectors, recommended, 90:46–47, 90:119,
   97:50
 filter bags, 97:50
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:80–81
 sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:80–81
Penn State Industries
 blast gates
  automatic, 112:20–21
pens, wooden
 kits, source, 20:31
 making, 20:27–20:31
pepper mills, turned, 19:36
perf-board
 extending the hooks on, 81:38
 screw hooks for, 74:59
 shelving for, 80:8
Performax
 drum sander, 104:43
 drum sander 10-20 Plus, 106:23
 drum sanders
  recommended, 97:44–45
  reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:46–47, 93:50–51
period furniture. See also specific type
 highlights of, 15:54–15:57, 16:57–16:59,
   18:58–18:61
 influence on contemporary work, 14:32–14:35
Perry, Frank, plywood-top workbench, 42:33–42:35
Peruvian mahogany. See mahogany
Peters, Alan
 laminated bookends, 18:32–18:33, 60:70–60:71
 on Judith Hughes, 39:40–39:41
Petersen, Harlan, on blue stain, 75:8
pewter sheet, source, 51:47
Phenolic
 for machinery tables, 92:67
Phenolic, for machinery tables, 92:67
Philippine mahogany. See mahogany
Phillips, Bill, profiled, 70:90–70:91
Phillips, Jack, extra-large bandsaw fence, 72:108
photographing your work, 30:52–30:55
photographs, making working drawings from, 40:46,
  77:8
pickup riding toy, plans for, 11:33–11:35
Picou, Ken, hand mirror by, 36:34–36:35
Picture frames. See also Clamps
 assembling, 88:53
 corner-block clamping for, 107:16, APR 04:16
 Craftsman, 112:58–63
 fasteners for
  quick-change, 88:53
 fasteners for, quick-change, 88:53
 finishing rack for, 88:52
 from scrap, 106:16
 hangers for, 88:49
 making, 96:80–88
 miters of, 88:49, 88:51
 oval
  making, 99:72–78
 oval, making, 99:72–78
 painting, 96:88
 simple
  on tablesaw, 109:69–73
 simple, on tablesaw, 109:69–73
 splines for, 88:49–50
 supplies for, 88:54–55
 washer holders for, 105:16
 wood grain for, 109:70
picture frames
 carving repeat moldings on, 13:32–13:38
 choosing the molding, 66:43
 circular, jig for gluing, 14:8
 clamping, 51:24, 60:34
 designing, 66:42
 glazing points for, 9:10
 half-lap miters, 2:43–2:45
 joining and reinforcing, 66:45
 matting and mounting artwork in, 66:46–66:47
 mitering and trimming, 66:44
 rustic-style, 11:52–11:54, 81:24–81:26
 supply sources, 66:47
 turned, 3:49–3:51
Pierce, Cecil
 making a radius-bottom plane, 44:10
 obituary, 52:16
 profile of, 43:41–43:43
 through dovetails, 54:52–54:55
pigment stains
 grain enhancement with, 17:54, 64:86–64:88
 lacquer-based, 17:53–17:54
 oil-based, 17:53
 penetrating, 17:53
 semitransparent, 17:53
 vs. dyes or chemical stains, 5:52, 54:88
 water-based, 17:54–17:55
pigments
 powdered, source, 40:30
 stains, 17:52–17:55
 vs. dyes, 5:52, 54:88
pinch rods, 62:13
Pine
 finishes for
  blotch-free, 101:49, 101:52–55
 finishes for, blotch-free, 101:49, 101:52–55
 grain reversal in
  avoiding, 101:53
 grain reversal in, avoiding, 101:53
 knots in
  filling, 101:53, 101:54
 knots in, filling, 101:53, 101:54
 pitch in
  sealing, 101:55
 pitch in, sealing, 101:55
 sanding, 101:53, 101:54
pine
 aging, 60:20–60:22
 blue stain in, 75:8
 British Columbian (See Douglas fir)
 discoloration in, 36:18
 Oregon (See Douglas fir)
 red (See Douglas fir)
 sugar, characteristics and uses, 37:72, 63:90
Pipe
 metal
  cutting, 100:61
pipe box, New England, 10:31–10:33
pipe saddles, sources for, 58:32
Pipe, metal, cutting, 100:61
pith, dealing with, 50:30, 54:45
pivot hinges, source, 46:32
pivoting platforms. See swiveling support platforms,
  sources for
Piyasena, Daya, vacuum resaw jig, 65:104
planer. See thickness planers
planer-molder, for crown moldings, 5:6
Planer-molders
 buying, 90:14, 90:76
Planer-molders, buying, 90:14, 90:76
Planers. See also Roller stands; Sharpening
 -jointers, 90:52, 90:76, 97:55, 97:72
 -molders, 97:72, 100:78
 13-in.
  reviewed, 103:30
 13-in., reviewed, 103:30
 belt
  industrial, 108:47
 belt, industrial, 108:47
 benchtop
  discussed, 100:77–84
  reviewed, 93:28–29, 100:77–87
 benchtop vs. stationary, 100:78
 combination, 108:47
 depth gauges for, 100:80
 dust collection for
  built-in, 98:30
 dust collection for, built-in, 98:30
 dust collectors for
  built-in, 100:84
 dust collectors for, built-in, 100:84
 edge, 108:47
 features of, 90:76–77, 97:71–73
 headlocks for, 100:84
 jointing sled for, 106:14
 knives for
  disposable, 100:82
  indexed, 100:82
  nicked, 100:82
 knot removal for, 89:22–23
 parallel adjustment for, 100:80
 portable
  recommended, 90:122
  recommended 2001, 92:104
  recommended 2003, 97:74
 safety with, 107:95, APR 04:95
 snipe prevention for, 107:69, APR 04:69
 snipe with, 100:78–79
 snipe-prevention sleds for, 99:25
 speed selectors for, 100:84
 stand-alone, 108:47
 stands for, 95:88
 taper sled for, 91:69, 93:68
 types of, 90:75–76
 vs. sanders, 90:18
Planes
 block, 100:35
 irons of
  sharpening, 88:12
 irons of, sharpening, 88:12
 upturned
  as jointers, 94:26
 upturned, as jointers, 94:26
 Veritas
  reviewed, 104:90–92
 Veritas, reviewed, 104:90–92
planes. See also Japanese planes
 anatomy and terminology of, 45:12, 50:45, 51:63,
   61:39
 antique
  "imperfect," 56:20
  collecting, 14:44–14:45
  compared to modern, 51:66
  sources, 33:10
 Bailey, 54:64
 bench planes, 15:31–15:35
  shaving thickness, 56:50, 58:12–58:14
  tuning, 39:14–39:16
 blades
  aftermarket, sources for, 51:65
  flattening, 63:34
  tuning, 9:45–9:46
 block
  adjustable, 9:40–9:41
  buyer's guide, 83:39
  choosing and tuning, 5:26
  iron adjustment, 5:27–5:28
  iron sharpening, 5:28
  low-angle, 5:27, 64:16–64:18
  sources, 83:36
  tuning, 5:26
  types and features, 83:34–83:36
  using, 48:6
 brazing, 43:12
 burnishing, source, 12:52
 choosing and using, 48:4–48:6
 compass, 60:18
 cutting angles, 83:40
 edge-squaring guide for, 65:32, 67:14, 70:14
 flattening boards with, 17:26–17:30
 flattening the blade back, 82:81
 flattening the sole, 51:65, 53:6
 for working curves, 60:18
 friction with, 37:6–37:8
 Grace Manufacturing Microplanes reviewed,
   77:102
 handles, sources for, 64:18
 irons for
  flattening, 75:17
  making, 14:47–14:49
  restoring, 14:47–14:49
  source, 2:50, 6:25, 25:8, 50:45
 jack planes (No. 5 bench plane)
  low-angle, source for, 38:35
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    51:62–51:66
 jig, for inclined ledge, 7:47–7:49
 jointer, using, 48:6
 molding planes, 14:50–14:51
  restoring and sharpening, 14:46–14:50,
    73:83–73:84
  sources for, 17:6–17:7
 palm, 2:50–2:51
 panel-raising, source, 8:18
 rabbet
  from chisel, 20:10
  plans for, 2:50–2:51
 radius-bottom, 44:10
 restoring, 24:8
 rounder for dowels, 1:32–1:33, 40:63
 rust-resistant, 46:14
 scraper, sharpening, 28:8
 scrub, 15:30–15:31
  using, 48:4
 sharpening, 6:28–6:29, 9:45–9:46, 52:33–52:37,
   58:30, 66:67–66:68
 shooting boards with, 7:46–7:49, 16:53–16:55
 shoulder, setting iron in, 38:20
 smoothing, using, 48:4–48:6
 storage debate, 51:8, 54:6
 tongue-and-groove, source, 9:8, 45:42–45:45
 tooth, 1:6
 transitional, 54:62–54:64
 tuning, 5:26, 39:14–39:16, 51:65, 61:38–61:41
  iron and chip breaker, 6:28–6:29
  transitional plane, 54:63
 V-plow, 14:51
 wooden molding
  parts, 12:33–12:35
  reproduction, sources, 17:6–17:7
  selection and use, 14:44–14:51
  types, 12:28–12:33
 wooden smoothing, 6:23–6:29, 26:18–26:23,
   50:44–50:47
Planing
 figured wood, 93:104
 of curly wood, 92:44–45
 wetting before, 92:45
planing
 gang, 77:47
 without jointing, 84:9
planing by hand
 edges of long boards, 75:18
 for a finished surface, 9:44–9:46
 round stock, 74:18
 tearout prevention and problems, 54:18
 to flatten a board, 2:49, 15:26–15:30, 39:62
 with molding plane, 14:50–14:51
 with shooting board, 16:53–16:55
Plans
 for Mission furniture
  book of, 94:18
 for Mission furniture, book of, 94:18
 period
  sources for, 88:8
 period, sources for, 88:8
 protectors for, 112:18
plans
 for projects, creating, 40:44–40:47
 for toys, source for, 63:79
 reading dimensions on, 17:36–17:37
plant hanger, steam-bent, techniques for making,
  44:60
plant stand, Chinese, 22:28–22:29
Plant stands
 9-pot
  making, 94:70–72
Plant stands, 9-pot, making, 94:70–72
Planters
 patio shingled
  making, 94:78–80
Planters, patio shingled, making, 94:78–80, 94:78–80
plastic
 polycarbonate (See polycarbonate plastic)
 ultra-high molecular weight, 72:44, 75:43
Plastic laminate
 applying, 99:43, 102:47–48
 countertop with
  making, 102:44–49
 countertop with, making, 102:44–49
 cutting, 102:44, 102:46
 defined, 102:45
 edging for, 102:46–49
 samples of
  uses for, 99:25
 samples of, uses for, 99:25
 substrate for, 102:45–46
 tools for, 102:44
 vs. melamine, 100:14
plastic laminates
 bending forms for, 38:30–38:32
 countertop, chamfering, 39:12
 cut without chipping, 72:14
 cutting on tablesaw, 4:6, 6:4–6:5, 77:22
  jigs, 71:38
 preparing, 38:29–38:30
 substrates, 4:6
plastic resin glue. See glue
plastic runners. See runner material
plastic sheets and glue, sources, 12:18, 40:32
Plate joiners
 biscuits for
  making, 87:16
 biscuits for, making, 87:16
 edge-to-edge alignment with, 87:10
 features of, 90:82
 recommended, 90:83, 90:121
 recommended 2001, 92:104
 types of, 90:81–82
 vs. slot cutters, 87:8
Plate joinery
 angle jig for, 99:20
 biscuit exposure in, 99:104
 biscuit sizing for, 98:51, 98:52
 carcases with, 98:51
 cut gauging for, 98:51
 drawers with, 98:50
 edge joinery with, 98:48
 edging with, 98:47
 face frames with, 98:47
 hold-down for, 98:56
 in thin stock
  jig for, 100:48–50
 in thin stock, jig for, 100:48–50
 miters with, 98:49
 shelves with, 98:50
 technique for, 98:52
 top attachments with, 98:48
 with slot-cutter bits, 87:8
plate joinery. See biscuit joints
plate rack, Mission-oak, 12:53–12:55
plate turning, 78:98–78:104
platform rocker springs
 attaching, 1:8
 source, 1:8
Plugs
 ebony, 108:51, 108:58
 grain-direction marking, 102:24
 source for, 87:80
 trimming
  router jig for, 89:25
 trimming, router jig for, 89:25
plugs
 cutters, alternatives to, 9:6–9:8
 decorative, 56:58
 removing, 12:8, 73:20
 tapered, sources for, 81:69
plunge routers. See also routers
 anatomy of, 67:36
 bits
  adjusting height, 67:28
  preventing sticking, 36:14
 Bosch 1619EVS, review, 83:104
 buyer's guide, 5:33–5:39, 33:36–33:41, 62:116,
   69:131–69:133, 76:106–76:107
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    67:34–67:41, 68:16 correction,
    78:76–78:79
 cleaning and maintenance, 58:18–58:20
 compared to a table router, 52:10–52:12
 Elu 3338, tips for using, 44:12
 Fein, review, 83:104
 horsepower of, 33:42, 57:62
 jig for angled mortising, 14:28
 jig for mortising, 29:58
 jig for slot mortising, 13:46–13:51
 mortising with, 2:52–2:55, 50:36, 57:62–57:64
 multipurpose attachment reviewed, 19:16
 Porter-Cable, review, 12:12
 safety, 5:34
 sources, 5:39
Plywood. See also Edging; Edgings
 -wood attachment, 98:48
 ½-in.
  making, 108:32–33
 ½-in., making, 108:32–33
 camouflaging, 88:44
 carrier for, 89:26
 carts for, 104:64, 104:68–69
 chip-out protection for, 95:81
 circular-saw jig for, 107:14, APR 04:14
 cutting, 91:76, 104:66, insert
  cautions for, 91:77
  guide for, 89:38
  tearout protection for, 87:56
 cutting rack for, 104:26–27
 dimensions of
  true, 85:51
 dimensions of, true, 85:51
 drilling
  gang, 89:38
 drilling, gang, 89:38
 edge banding for, 89:58, 95:63, 95:64–66, 95:82
  jointing, 89:13
 edge trimming, 91:62, 91:64
 edgebanding for, 96:62
 edges of
  filling, 87:57
 edges of, filling, 87:57
 edging
  router bits for, 99:29
 edging for, 112:47
 edging, router bits for, 99:29
 edgings for, 87:54–58
 faces of
  identifying, 106:8
 faces of, identifying, 106:8
 finishing, 88:46, 89:120–122
 for dovetails, 98:16
 handling
  alone, 104:64–70
 handling, alone, 104:64–70
 high-density, 98:16
 jigsawing
  sans splinters, 89:20
 jigsawing, sans splinters, 89:20
 laminating, 95:78
 notched joint for, 96:64
 red-oak
  choosing, 88:36–44
 red-oak, choosing, 88:36–44
 reinforcing
  for hinges, 103:26
 reinforcing, for hinges, 103:26
 ripping, 86:59
 rotary-cut vs. plain-sliced, 88:36–44
 sandwich construction with, 103:58–61
 squaring up, 89:58
 supports for
  board, 99:82
  I-beam, 91:60, 91:61, 91:62
 vs. wood, insert
plywood
 ApplePly, source for, 74:59, 80:38
 as a substrate for plastic laminates, 4:6
 Baltic birch, source of void-free, 38:18, 80:47
 bendable lauan, source, 9:64
 characteristics of, 43:56, 63:16
 cutting on a tablesaw, 28:14, 54:28
 cutting techniques for, 53:29–53:30
 cutting with a circular saw, 78:50
 Europly launched, 84:26
 finishing, 63:16
 flex wood, source, 9:64
 joint design for, 53:26–53:31
 low-formaldehyde, source, 18:8
 moving tips, 53:20
 ripping, 3:6
 router bits for, 61:10
 routing techniques for, 59:16–59:18
 types, 43:53–43:54
 veneered, avoiding tearout in, 77:8
 warpage in, cause, 43:4
 wood movement in, 8:6
pneumatic brad and finish nailers
 anatomy of, 79:44
 blowout
  avoiding, 72:20, 79:47
  repairing, 79:47
 buyer's guide, 55:102–55:108, 57:8–57:10,
   62:42–62:48, 69:46–69:50, 76:21–76:26
 features and types, 62:42–62:43, 69:46–69:47,
   76:21–76:22, 79:43–79:49
 impact marks, avoiding, 79:45
 sources, 79:49
pneumatic clamps, 77:46, 77:49
poacher, for bending, 11:21
pocket doors, 27:58–27:59
 hardware, sources for, 57:54–57:55
 installing, 57:51, 59:10–59:12 correction
Pocket-hole joinery
 clamps for, 97:16
 drilling for, 111:30
 set for, 104:35
 system for, 104:54–57
pocket-screw joinery
 jigs for (See under drilling jigs)
 tabletop fastenings, 2:13
 tips and techniques, 72:85, 72:89
 without a jig, 60:38, 82:17
Podmaniczky, Michael, angled dovetails,
  26:45–26:47
Pollak, Emil, antique tools, 33:10
Pollaro, Frank
 chessboard, 68:82–68:85
 profile of, 68:90
 veneered box, 64:56–64:59, 66:12 (safety note)
polycarbonate plastic
 featherboards, 40:42
 sources, 75:43
polyethylene glycol (PEG)
 finishing wood treated with, 46:14
 source, 1:8
polyurethane
 adhesion properties, 2:10
 creating a custom sheen, 78:8
 finishing tips, 54:16
 glue
  concerns using, 49:4
  moisture for curing, 70:22
 interior uses, 5:8
 on lacquer, 2:10, 14:6
 strengths and weaknesses of, 30:68–30:70
 types, 5:8, 30:68–30:70, 67:78–67:80
 waterborne
  adding color, 80:102
  best brush for, 82:104
  characteristics and uses, 77:106–77:111
  sources, 77:110, 80:102
polyvinyl acetate (PVA) glue. See glue; white glue;
  yellow glue
Pony Pipe Saddles, review and source, 20:34
pool tables
 cue-making supplies, source, 58:20
 slate sources, 28:10
poppets, 54:70
porch swing, 20:22–20:26, 66:36–66:40
pore filler, 27:62–27:63, 38:55
 sources, 74:89
 water borne, 74:86–74:89
portable belt sanders. See belt sanders
PortaNails, Inc.
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
PortaNails, Inc., router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
Porter Cable
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
 routers
  reviewed, 85:74–75
 routers, reviewed, 85:74–75
Porter-Cable
 belt sanders
  reviewed, 90:90
 belt sanders, reviewed, 90:90
 brad nailers
  cordless-compressor, 91:29
 brad nailers, cordless-compressor, 91:29
 cordless mid-sized drills
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 cordless mid-sized drills, reviewed, 91:52–53
 dovetail jig
  recommended, 90:119
 dovetail jig 4200, 111:47
 dovetail jig, recommended, 90:119
 drill
  with interchangeable grips, 98:31
 drill, with interchangeable grips, 98:31
 miter saws
  reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 nailer BN200A
  reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailer BN200A, reviewed, 102:74–75
 plate joiners
  recommended, 90:83, 90:121
 plate joiners, recommended, 90:83, 90:121
 plunge router
  for tables, 96:28
 plunge router, for tables, 96:28
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
 router 693VSPK
  reviewed, 99:71
 router 693VSPK, reviewed, 99:71
 router 7518, 106:62
 router 7539, 106:65
 router 890
  reviewed, 104:34
 router 890, reviewed, 104:34
 router 9290
  reviewed, 89:90
 router 9290, reviewed, 89:90
 router combo, 106:62
 router tables
  recommended, 90:123
 router tables, recommended, 90:123
 routers
  recommended, 90:96, 90:98–99, 97:86
 routers 3-HP
  recommended, 90:123
 routers 3-HP, recommended, 90:123
 routers mid-sized
  recommended, 90:122
 routers mid-sized, recommended, 90:122
 routers, recommended, 90:96, 90:98–99, 90:122,
   90:123, 97:86
 tablesaw 3812, 95:49
 tablesaw blade guards, 95:47
positioning jigs, review, 31:54–31:56
Posts
 turned two-part
  making, 85:58–65
Posts, turned two-part, making, 85:58–65
powder-post beetles, 44:14
power buffers, 8:27
power carver, review, 18:16
power miter saws (conventional and compound)
 accessories, 83:58
 adjustable rules for, 57:30
 adjustable stop block for, 32:16
 blades (See circular saw blades)
 buyer's guide, 41:98–41:99, 48:110–48:112,
   55:68–55:71, 62:102–62:106,
   69:110–69:114, 76:92–76:94
  features and types, 83:54–83:56
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    71:83–71:87
  Ryobi reviewed, 83:14
 capacity, determining your needs, 83:55
 compared to radial-arm saws, 83:55
 dust collection
  after-market solutions, 83:57
  shop-made collector, 59:30
 features and types, 48:111, 55:68–55:69,
   62:102–62:103, 69:110–69:114, 76:92–76:93
 laser cutting guide for, 74:16, 83:26
 sliding (See sliding compound-miter saws)
 stop, shop-made, 75:14
 table extension for, 33:14
 work station for, 31:28–31:30, 66:34
 work station, portable, 66:96, 68:12
power nailers. See pneumatic brad and finish nailers
power tools. See also specific tool
 accessories for, 76:6–76:8
 caddy for, 79:100
 source for mini, 22:8
 storage devices, 74:60, 82:34, 82:36
 technological advances in portable, 83:30
 understanding horsepower ratings of, 78:14
power-cord holders, 38:24
 loading a reel, 73:22
PowerCAD LT+
 reviewed, 109:84–85
PowerCAD LT+, reviewed, 109:84–85
Powermatic
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:79, 110:84–86
 bandsaw 14CS
  reviewed, 104:79
 bandsaw 14CS, reviewed, 104:79
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 bandsaws, reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 drill press 1170
  reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill press 1170, reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill presses
  reviewed, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 90:36–37
 jointer PM 54A
  reviewed, 89:94
 jointer PM 54A, reviewed, 89:94
 jointers
  recommended, 90:56
 jointers, recommended, 90:56
 planers
  reviewed, 90:79
 planers, reviewed, 90:79
 tablesaw 64 A, 95:46
 tablesaw 64A, 96:38, 96:48, 96:50–51
prefinishing, benefits of, 70:98–70:100
pressure-treated lumber, safety tips, 50:14
Primavera
 qualities of, 99:102
Primavera, qualities of, 99:102
primer, distinguished from sealer, 58:42
Pro Stop
 quick-action stop
  reviewed, 87:24
Pro Stop, quick-action stop, reviewed, 87:24
Pro-Tech
 miter saws
  reviewed, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 105:68–69
 scroll saw 3303
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw 3303, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
production shop techniques
 chair seats, 77:45
 clamping, 77:46
 go/no-go gauges, 77:46
 repetitive work, safe practices for, 77:47
 sandwich clamp for routing, 77:45
 tablesaw templates, 77:46
Profile shaping
 with disc sander, 86:13
Profile shaping, with disc sander, 86:13
Proportions
 calculating
  device for, 92:83
Proportions, calculating, device for, 92:83
propylene glycol (humectant), sources for, 53:55,
  77:110
ProTech
 planer CS6005
  reviewed, 100:86–87
ProTech, planer CS6005, reviewed, 100:86–87
Protimeter
 moisture meters
  recommended, 94:88–89
Protimeter, moisture meters, recommended, 94:88–89
protractor/depth gauge, source for, 78:64
PS Wood
 scroll saw 14"
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw 14", reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
Pulls. See Knobs
 brass
  source for, 87:89
 brass, source for, 87:89
 calculator for, 92:83
 carving for, 89:24
 from aluminum stock, 96:61, 96:67
 installing, 92:116
pulls. See knobs and pulls
pumice. See abrasives
puncheon bench, 5:40
purple-coned sugar pine. See sugar pine
purpleheart, characteristics and uses, 50:70
Push blocks
 right-angle, 85:52
 with retractable foot, 109:14
push blocks and pads
 for Vega fence, 74:18
 from 4x4, 39:18
 from concrete float pads, 82:16
 sources for, 79:59
Push sticks
 blade-capturing, 104:24
 for small pieces, 109:71
 pictured, 85:83
push sticks, 24:12, 37:26, 45:22
 fastening with magnets, 81:37
 for narrow stock, 4:6
 holder, 36:22
 two-handled for safety, 59:32
push toy, mower, 4:36–4:38
putty. See wood filler
putty painting, techniques, 70:84–70:86
Puzzles
 knot, 87:82–85
 magic coin, 87:82, 87:88–89
 scroll-saw, 87:66, 87:72, 87:73
puzzles
 box, 50:55–50:57, 67:58–67:61
 Cornish knot, 56:73–56:75
 cube, pattern, 23:46–23:48
 dog, 17:36–17:39
 elephant, 9:47–9:50, 10:4 correction
 jigsaw, 7:6–7:8
 Nob's neverending, 68:56–68:57, 70:18 correction
  solutions, 68:59
 postage stamp size, 45:18
 sculpture, 42:54–42:55

 

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