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rabbeted joints
 half-dovetail, 15:23
 in boxes, 14:19–14:20
 locking, for drawers, 58:56–58:57, 84:91–84:94
 on tablesaw, 4:50–4:51, 59:39
Rabbets
 for frames, 112:62
 for glass, 88:81, 110:45
 for round frame, 99:78
 lock
  with router, 92:60–63
 lock, with router, 92:60–63
 on tablesaw, 89:58, 91:91, 96:62, 100:48, 100:51,
   108:33, 111:89
 on tablesaws, 91:77, 91:91
 trimming
  with router, 91:82, 91:83
 trimming, with router, 91:82, 91:83
 with router, 88:61, 98:81
 with routers, 103:62
 with tablesaw, 94:66
rabbit-skin glue. See glue
Racks
 clamp, 104:29
 cutting, 104:26–27
 drawer, 96:26
 drying
  for knobs, 85:108
 drying, for knobs, 85:108
 expandable folding mobile, 107:44–45, APR
   04:44–45
 finishing, 88:52
 firewood, insert
 for bit storage, 112:54, 112:56
 for clamping, 98:42
 for clamps, 102:79, 107:45, APR 04:45
 for drills, 108:28
 for glues, 104:29
 for lumber, 103:84
 for portable tools, 98:42
 for routers, 108:28
 for tablesaw blades, 85:44
 for turning tools, 96:20
 knife
  making, 85:92–93
 knife, making, 85:92–93
 lumber, 104:36
  with under-slung drawers, 85:44
 painting, 96:88
 revolving, 107:46–47, APR 04:46–47
 see-through, 105:38
 tool
  mobile, 109:94
 tool, mobile, 109:94
Radial Arm Saw Joinery with Curtis Erpelding,
  review, 9:52
radial matching, 16:28
Radial-arm saws. See also Roller stands; Stops
 recalled, 85:32
radial-arm saws
 "heel," adjusting, 29:10
 angle guide for, 50:22
 blades (See circular saw blades)
 buyer's guide, 41:90–41:91, 48:94–48:96,
   55:110–55:112
 compared to power miter saws, 83:55
 crosscutting problems, 74:12
 dado cuts on, 46:20
 features and types, 48:94–48:95, 55:110–55:111
 jig
  miter, 4:10, 22:10
  precision-trimming, 14:10
 ripping with, 59:20, 61:8, 63:10, 71:14–71:16
   (safety note)
 squaring, jig for, 43:24–43:26
 stop blocks, 1:54, 3:4, 22:10, 32:16
Radians, Inc.
 Radians AV
  reviewed, 92:95
Radians, Inc., Radians AV, reviewed, 92:95
Radios
 workshop-power outlet, 111:48
Radtke, David
 bookcase from reclaimed lumber, 77:78–77:82
 folding worktable, 81:62–81:65
 on bookcases, 86:58–66, 88:76–83
 on plastic laminate, 102:43–49
Rae, Andy
 bench chisels, 47:66–47:69, 50:8
 bent laminations, 31:8
 bottomless crosscut jig, 40:33
 cabinet doors, flush-fit, 79:78–79:81
 chamfering plastic laminate countertops, 39:12
 dust, dealing with, 58:72–58:75, 60:14 correction
 file cabinet hardware, 77:70–77:71
 furniture and projects
  Adirondack chair, 52:26–52:30
  bar stool, 51:40–51:43
  breakfast bar, 50:34–50:37
  Craftsman-style coffee table, 37:40–37:41
  cutting block, 70:82–70:83
  exploding box, 35:58–35:59
  file cabinet, 77:64–77:69
  keepsake cabinet, 66:54–66:56, 68:14–68:16
    correction
  picture frames, 66:41–66:45
 glue-up rack, 40:96
 hardware box, 64:104
 HVLP sprayers, 42:14–42:16
 installing knife hinges, 66:57
 micro-shift fence, 43:96
 mitered face frames, 81:78–81:79
 mortisers and mortising
  horizontal mortiser, 44:96
  jig for plunge router, 29:58
  self-centering jig, 54:41–54:43, 56:10, 64:10
 on Georgia Pacific, 43:55
 on Greg Harkins, 47:78–47:84
 panel products, 43:57
 reviews Excalibur Sliding Table SLT60, 66:86
 reviews Veritas Router Table Top, 47:98
 ripping narrow sticks, 35:14
 sheet goods compared, 43:52–43:56
 veneer grades of plywood, 43:54
 work station for a power miter saw, 31:28–31:30
Raffan, Richard
 bowl-turning basics, 37:42–37:49
 common turning mistakes, 47:74–47:77
 turning a lidded box, 51:36–51:39
rags
 hazards of oil-soaked, 78:110
 overhead dispenser for, 82:36
 what makes a good, 78:106–78:107
rail joints. See mortises and mortise-and-tenon joints
Rakuda
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:80–81
Rakuda, sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:80–81
random-orbit sanders
 air-powered, 39:35
 buyer's guide, 22:30–22:35, 39:31–39:37,
   41:64–41:65, 48:68–48:70, 55:96–55:100,
   62:108–62:112, 69:124–69:128,
   76:108–76:111
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    75:66–75:71
 conversion kits, 39:37
 discs, compared, 39:33, 75:66
 dust collection tips, 80:64
 features and types, 39:32, 48:68–48:69,
   55:96–55:97, 62:108–62:109,
   69:124–69:125, 75:66–75:67, 76:108–76:109
 operation, 22:30–22:35
 pad brakes, 75:66–75:68
 reviewed, 16:14, 75:66–75:71
 runout, causes of, 75:68
Rapaport, Mason, dovetail puzzle box, 50:55–50:57
rare-earth magnets
 and computer hutches, 74:8
 as door catches, 66:54–66:56
 characteristics and uses, 66:65
 in quick-release vise, 66:62–66:65
rasp
 source for rotary, 38:65
 sources, 80:61
Rasps
 pattern, 104:12
 sandpaper
  making, 92:22
 sandpaper, making, 92:22
rat-tail hinges, source, 32:39
rattan, 6:6
RBI
 drum sander 900-1440, 93:51
 planer-molders, 90:76
reamer
 for violin tuning pegs, 16:33
 tapered, source, 40:63, 71:65
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corp.
 address for, 108:12
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corp., address for,
  108:12
reciprocating file, from cast-iron jigsaw, 38:24
Reciprocating saws
 cordless 18v
  reviewed, 91:28
 cordless 18v, reviewed, 91:28
 in kits, 104:60–62
reclaimed lumber, 77:83–77:85
 checking for embedded metal, 84:18
Record
 lathes
  reviewed, 98:96–97
Record, lathes, reviewed, 98:96–97
recycled lumber. See reclaimed lumber
red alder. See alder
red beech. See beech
red fir. See Douglas fir
red oak
 decay resistance compared to white oak, 81:8
 source, 9:24, 24:24
red pine. See Douglas fir
red spruce. See Douglas fir
Red-Blue chair. See Rietveld style under chairs
redwood
 characteristics and uses, 51:68
 giant, 35:38–35:39
reed moldings, 78:80–78:82
Reed, Carol, 49:61
reeds, supply source, 42:75, 52:12
Refinishing
 glue-up for
  before stripping, 86:76
Refinishing Furniture with Bob Flexner, review,
  21:62
Refinishing, glue-up for, before stripping, 86:76
reflectors, for light fixtures, 17:41–17:42
Rein, Owen
 carving a whistle, 52:60–52:61, 60:8
 whittling a flower bouquet, 57:56–57:57
relative humidity, and wood movement. See wood
  movement
Reliant
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 bandsaws, reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:79, 89:80–81
 sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:79, 89:80–81
Relief Carving and Lettering, review, 6:59
remote-control devices
 shop-made, 59:32
 sources for, 57:55
removable-sleeve systems for drills, reviewed, 66:53
Renaissance style, 15:55–15:57
Repairing Furniture with Bob Flexner, review, 4:54,
  22:66
Repairs. See also specific problem
 basic, 103:48–55
 fillers for, 91:128
repetitive work, safe practices for, 77:47
repisa (hanging shelf), 19:61–19:63
reproductions
 18th-century German clavichords, source, 5:4
 Amish country bench, 53:32–53:34
 bed irons, source, 6:19
 bentwood trug basket, 58:43–58:45
 blanket chest, 56:38–56:43
 brass catch, source, 11:45
 brasses, source, 8:20
 breakfast table, 2:46–2:49
 Carlyle Lynch's furniture plans, 8:20
 Colonial style
  corner cupboard, 8:20, 67:62–67:67, 71:24
    (addendum)
  hutch, 54:35–54:40
  silver trays, 67:46–67:47
  tavern table, 45:28–45:32
  tazza (tiered table ornament), 49:64–49:65
 crackle finish, 40:28–40:30, 72:18
 door pulls, source, 32:47
 hanging cupboard, 42:45
 hardware, source, 8:20
 Hepplewhite side table, 44:54–44:57
 kerf-bent box, 52:31–52:32
 knobs and pulls, selecting, 47:70–47:73
 lovespoons, 50:62–50:63
 molding planes, sources, 17:6–17:7
 moldings for furniture, 46:44–46:47, 67:64–67:65,
   71:24
 Moravian candle stand, 11:42–11:47
 nails
  cut, source, 22:23, 36:31
  source, 8:20
  square-cut, source, 4:52, 66:20
 New England pipe box, 10:31–10:33
 New Mexican cupboard, 39:42–39:47
 paint, decorative, 4:52–4:53
 Pennsylvania style
  low-post bed, 6:16–6:22
  spice box, 36:28–36:33, 39:4 correction
  tall clock, 25:36–25:43, 26:4 correction,
    26:36–26:41
 plans and kits, sources, 5:4
 Queen Anne style
  ***-beading, 75:11
  lowboy, 38:46–38:51
  tea table, 49:46–49:51
  tilt-top table, 29:22–29:27
 schoolhouse clock, 10:19–10:23
 Shaker (See Shaker style)
 tools from the Mary Rose ship, making for
   research, 33:56–33:57
 toy top, turning, 35:50–35:51
 using quartersawn lumber, 4:18–4:19
 Welsh hay rake, 40:61–40:63
 Windsor chairs
  low-back chair plans, 50:48–50:54, 52:6
    correction
  side chair plans, 24:18–24:24
Resawing
 bandsaws for
  recommended, 90:26–27, 90:118
 bandsaws for, recommended, 90:26–27, 90:118
 for bookmatching, 88:78, 89:53
 trick for, 88:23
resawing
 avoiding warp after, 79:14
 fences for, 4:46, 4:47
 on a bandsaw, 4:42–4:48, 12:6, 38:31, 74:46,
   81:45–81:51
  accuracy tips, 61:50–61:51, 81:48–81:50
 safety practices while, 4:44
 veneers, 15:6, 16:26–16:27
resilvering. See mirrors, resilvering
resorcinol. See glue
Respirators
 buying, 92:116
respirators. See also dust masks and helmets
 activated-carbon, 77:12
 full-face cartridge, 8:6–8:8
 organic-vapor cartridge
  sources for, 2:12
  storing, 81:90
 organic-vapor, sources for, 10:50, 15:50
 supplied-air, 77:12
 types, 58:73
Respirators, buying, 92:116
Restoration
 of bureau, 96:70–78
restoration (furniture and structures)
 an old case piece, 68:50–68:53
 architectural, barns, 15:37–15:40
 conservators, 6:8, 57:16
 hide glue techniques, 65:57, 71:26
 of antique mirrors, 9:6
 of drawer guides, 5:11
 tambour desk, 57:16–57:18
 unplated hardware, source, 15:6
Restoration, of bureau, 96:70–78
retempering tools, 56:82–56:83
reverse slipmatching, 16:28
ribbon stripe figure. See figure
rice paper, sources for, 60:63
Rich, Andrea, woodcuts by, 25:54–25:58
ridge beech. See beech
Ridgid
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:83, 110:84–86
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 bandsaws, reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 drill press DP1500
  reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill press DP1500, reviewed, 86:68–75
 drill presses
  recommended, 90:36–37, 90:119, 97:38
 drill presses, recommended, 90:36–37, 90:119,
   97:38
 jointers
  reviewed, 90:54–56
 jointers, reviewed, 90:54–56
 lathe WL1200
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe WL1200, reviewed, 98:96–97
 line of
  reviewed, 104:36
 line of, reviewed, 104:36
 miter saws
  reviewed, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 105:68–69
 pivoting roller stand
  reviewed, 94:39
 pivoting roller stand, reviewed, 94:39
 planer TP1300LS
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planer TP1300LS, reviewed, 100:86–87
 planers
  recommended, 90:79
 planers, recommended, 90:79, 90:122
 portable planer TP1300
  recommended, 97:74
 portable planer TP1300, recommended, 97:74
 portable planers
  recommended, 90:122
 portable planers, recommended, 90:122
 scroll saw SS1650
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw SS1650, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  recommended, 90:123
 scrollsaws, recommended, 90:123
 tablesaw blade guards, 95:47
 tablesaw TS 3612, 96:38, 96:48, 96:50–51
  recommended, 97:101
 tablesaw TS2400LS, 95:49
 tablesaw TS3612, 95:46
riding toy, child's pickup, 11:33–11:35
Rietveld, Gerrit, 79:60
riftsawn lumber, defined, 60:18
rigidity, varies by species of wood, 75:79–75:80
Rikon
 bandsaw
  reviewed, 110:83, 110:84–86
 bandsaw 10-340
  reviewed, 111:76, 111:78–79
Ring, Chuck, easy entry door, 50:64–50:67, 53:6
  (addendum)
ripping
 narrow sticks, 35:14
 on a contractor's saw, 68:22–68:24
 sheet goods
  plywood, technique, 3:6
  rack for, 56:30
Rittenhouse, Nelson, contemporary slant-top writing
  desk, 23:30–23:35
riving, technique, 9:23, 40:61, 61:18
Roaring Lion Chair Company, 43:20
Roberts, Judy Gale, 49:61
Robertson screws (also called square-drive)
 history of, 60:12
 sources for, 21:8
Robinson, Monroe
 buying lumber, 32:57
 reviews Mercury Vacuum Press, 24:14
 wood figure in design, 32:52–32:57
rocker springs, platform, 1:8
rocking chair
 child's, 18:34–18:39
 Mississippi porch, 47:78–47:84
 platform, springs, 1:8
 Shaker, 1:18–1:33
rocking horse, 16:60–16:62
rocking rabbit, 52:44–52:47
Rockler
 mobile base 50-345, 107:62, 107:64, APR 04:62,
   APR 04:64
 router tables
  reviewed, 92:70–71, 92:70–73
 router tables, reviewed, 92:70–71, 92:70–73
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87
 router-table plate, reviewed, 85:87
 sprayer HVLP 1000
  reviewed, 101:62–63
 sprayer HVLP 1000, reviewed, 101:62–63
Rodale, Robert, 17:3
Rodriguez, Mario
 half-blind dovetails, cutting by hand, 29:44–29:47
 miter jack, 38:33–38:35
 planemakers' floats, 26:23
 sharpening handsaws, 33:32–33:35
 smoothing plane, 26:18–26:23
Roff, Derek, reviews Mill-Right 3-Axis Router
  Milling Center, 61:102
Rogers, Ken E.
 on mesquite, 87:44–53
Rogers, Ken E., on mesquite, 87:44–53
Rogowski, Gary, wall mirror, 56:56–56:59
roller balls, sources for, 56:120
roller stand
 adjustable, 34:36–34:37
 from sawhorse, 31:12
 on a sawhorse, 56:120
Roller stands
 double-duty, 95:88
 dual-machine, 100:29
 folding
  supports for, 89:22–23
 folding, supports for, 89:22–23
 pivoting
  reviewed, 94:39
 pivoting, reviewed, 94:39
 with vise
  reviewed, 92:35
 with vise, reviewed, 92:35
Roller supports
 drawbridge-type, 87:94
 supplies for
  source for, 87:94
 supplies for, source for, 87:94
Rollers
 J-
  for plastic laminate, 102:44
Rollers, J-, for plastic laminate, 102:44
rolling clamp stand, 35:20
rolling pin, turned, 79:24–79:34
Rooney, Andy, wood collection of, 63:44–63:45
Rosand, Robert, turned ornaments by, 35:70–35:72
rosettes
 carving, 2:18–2:21
 template for, 31:47
Rosewood
 allergies to, 99:18
rosewood
 Brazilian, veneer, source, 35:69
 finishing, 77:109
Rosewood, allergies to, 99:18
Ross, Jacqueline, on Dallas Hewitt, 49:22
Roszkiewicz, Ron
 using skew chisels, 11:25–11:29
 using spindle gouges, 6:34–6:40
Rotary tools
 base for
  router, 94:22
Rotary tools, base for, router, 94:22
roto-hinges
 on folding TV trays, 2:30–2:33
 source, 2:30
rottenstone, 16:40–16:43
round stock
 chip-free planing, 74:18
 jigs for drilling (See jigs)
 laying out an intersection on, 72:28
Rousseau
 base-plate mounting system, 85:91
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87
 router-table plate, reviewed, 85:87
Rousseau Co.
 miter saw stand kit, 104:42
 miter-saw dust-collector port, 111:50
Rousseau Co., miter saw stand kit, 104:42
router bits
 anti-kickback vs. conventional, 33:53, 52:53, 52:54
 back cutters, 52:53–52:54
 bearings for sources, 13:51, 21:42, 35:66, 57:69
 bushing and bit combinations for reverse-image
   routing, 57:67
 bushings, sources for, 57:69, 81:61, 81:69
 buyer's guide, 33:50–33:54
 carbide types, 33:51
 care and cleaning, 31:14, 33:8, 33:54, 73:20
 changing, stand for, 13:10
 flush-trimming
  sources for, 57:69
  with Teflon bearing reviewed, 84:24
 for cutting inlay, 7:27
 for cutting rounded rabbet, 17:58
 for glass light doors, 54:48–54:49
 for making mortises, 57:63
 for plywood, 61:10
 for rabbeting, sources for, 57:69
 freeing, 24:10
 geometry of, 57:14
 grinding custom-made, 57:14, 60:14
 holder for, 37:24
 loosening, how to prevent, 28:14
 micro-end mill bits used as, 51:45
 preventing sticking, 36:14
 primer on panel-raising, 52:52–52:54, 54:6
   correction, 73:39–73:40
 radial relief of, clarification, 34:4
 reversible stile and rail cutters, using, 78:72–78:74
 shaper cutters are no substitute for, 67:16
 slipping problems, 75:13
 sources for, 2:45, 73:43, 78:45, 81:61, 82:77
  14° dovetail, 15:24
  3/8-in. spiral, 14:24
  edge beading, 13:43
  lock-miter, 79:59
  panel-raising bits, 52:54
  pattern bits, 74:66
  point-cutting round-over bits, 78:82
  radius type, 84:89
  reversible stile and rail cutters, 77:63, 78:74
 tearout, preventing, 14:6
 three-wing cutters, 52:53
 types, 12:18–12:19, 69:24–69:25
 using in a shaper, 67:16
router jigs
 box-making, 59:59–59:60
 buyer's guide, 69:26–69:27
 circle-cutting, 2:12, 14:12, 21:43, 26:15, 52:22,
   53:20, 54:30
 for bench-dog holes, 18:48–18:50
 for dado centerline cutting, 29:60, 71:38
 for dado cutting, 2:12, 8:48–8:51, 29:60, 44:24,
   66:32, 78:18, 78:48, 80:28
 for diagonal routing, 78:80–78:82
 for dovetail splines, 18:56–18:57
 for dovetails, 1:36–1:41, 7:20–7:23, 11:45–11:46,
   18:56–18:57
  half-dovetail rabbet joint, 15:23
  sliding dovetails, 11:47, 84:86
  tapered sliding dovetails, 15:26–15:28,
    56:80–56:81
 for edge trimming, 44:24
 for fluting, 3:8
 for holes in posts, 27:12
 for jointing, 42:26, 78:51
 for mortises, 2:52–2:55, 5:4, 23:34, 37:30–37:34
  angled, 14:24
  centered, 54:41–54:43, 64:10, 72:24
  hinge, 29:59, 64:16
  template for routing, 59:71
 for ovals (See ellipses and ovals)
 for planing, 42:28
 for scarf joints, 74:16
 for shelf-divider slots, 8:6
 sandwich clamp, 77:45
 tenoning, 37:30–37:34, 59:71, 84:16
  round tenons, 49:26
Router Jigs and Techniques, review, 12:64
Router Magic (Hylton), 73:42, 73:43
Router tables. See also Featherboards; Fences;
  Guards; Hold-downs; Sleds; Stops
 "recoverable" beads with, 87:26
 -router combo
  reviewed, 99:30
 -router combo, reviewed, 99:30
 adjustments for, 92:66, 92:68
 bases for, 92:69
 benchtop vs. floor, 92:64–65, 92:66
 bit cover for, 111:59, 111:62
 bit storage for, 85:46
 bit-height adjuster for, 85:89
 building, 99:39–45
 burn remedy for, 108:74
 coping sled for, 111:55
 cove with, 93:86–88
 curve-routing jig for, 99:47
 dadoes on, 96:83
 dust collection for, 88:95
 end-grain jig for, 86:34, 86:35, 86:36
 featherboards for, 85:82, 85:83, 85:85, 112:68
 features of, 99:40
 fences for, 92:65–67
  sub-, 92:66, 92:67
 for tablesaw extensions, 92:73
 gauges for
  set-up, 85:53
 gauges for, set-up, 85:53
 guard for
  freehand, 99:47
 guard for, freehand, 99:47
 joint-making, 92:73
 jointer fence for, 85:38–42
 jointing on, 87:54–55
 knock-down, 89:31
 miter mini-biscuits with, 85:54
 moldings on, 96:82–83, 108:32
 moldings with, 85:82–85
 on tablesaw extensions, 88:95
 plates for
  advantages of, 85:86–87
  angled, 85:89
  mounting, 85:90–91
  perfect, 85:88
  recommended, 90:123
  reviewed, 85:86–89
 push-block for
  right-angle, 85:52
 push-block for, right-angle, 85:52
 raised panel doors on, 86:32–43
 recommended, 90:123
 rounding over with, 93:65, 93:70, 93:88
 routers for, 97:7, 99:28
 safety features for, 92:68
 shaper-like
  reviewed, 89:92
 shaper-like, reviewed, 89:92
 sled for, 100:21
 sleds for, 99:47, 100:21
 slots on, 88:49
 small parts on, 107:16, APR 04:16
 spring boards for, 92:26
 tablesaw-mount
  reviewed, 85:30
 tablesaw-mount, reviewed, 85:30
 tabletops for, 92:67–69
 template routing on, 87:61, 87:63, 87:64, 87:78,
   87:79, 106:54, 106:56, 106:66–70
  feed direction for, 87:79
 template sled for, 103:70, 103:72, 103:73,
   103:74–75
 templates for, 93:70, 111:56–58
 tested, 92:64–73
 with lift
  commercial, 106:22
  shopmade, 106:38–47
router tables
 Bosch folding table reviewed, 84:26
 fences
  adding a second, 52:20
  adjustable, 32:18
  basic, 12:20
  box type, 73:40–73:41
  buyer's guide, 46:58–46:62
  for vertical bits, 73:42
  pivot arm type, 73:42–73:43
  self-centering, 70:36
  shop-made, 44:32
  with bit storage and dust collection, 71:112
 inserts
  Excalibur EXRT2 reviewed, 84:25
  shop-made, 74:21
 power switch, safety cover for, 54:10
 pull-out, 79:104
 shop-made, 24:40–24:45, 27:7 correction,
   44:30–44:36, 54:10
 sliding carriage, 3:8
Routers. See also Bits; Featherboards; Fences; Guards
 "body-grip"
  reviewed, 92:28–29
 "body-grip," reviewed, 92:28–29
 3-HP
  reviewed, 90:123
 3-HP, reviewed, 90:123
 accessories for, 85:73, 85:75
 and dust, 106:6
 as biscuit joiners, 85:53
 base plates for
  making, 85:20
 base plates for, making, 85:20
 baseplates for
  wide, 106:67
 baseplates for, wide, 106:67
 bases for
  multi-, 105:23
 bases for, multi-, 105:23
 bases of
  removable, 85:71, 89:100
 bases of, removable, 85:71, 89:100
 bearings for
  graduating with, 85:84
 bearings for, graduating with, 85:84
 bit acceptance of, 85:72
 bit slippage with, 102:18
 brushes of
  replacing, 85:8
 brushes of, replacing, 85:8
 circle jig for, 94:72
 climb-cutting with, 99:10
 collets of, 85:72
  self-releasing, 85:75
 cordless
  reviewed, 89:90
 cordless, reviewed, 89:90
 dado baseplate for, 85:52
 dado jig for, 96:22
 dadoes with, 91:91
  angled, 94:76
 depth gauges for, 92:79
 depth-of-cut adjustments for, 85:73–74
 dovetails with
  sliding, 85:14, 85:53
 dovetails with, sliding, 85:14, 85:53
 dust collection for, 92:10, 96:27
 dust collector for
  reviewed, 85:36
 dust collector for, reviewed, 85:36
 features of, 90:93–95, 97:83–85, 97:88, 99:64–67
 feed direction for, 90:16
 flush cutting with, 91:82, 91:83
 flush-trimming jig for, 87:58
 for plastic laminate, 102:44
 for router tables, 97:7, 97:85, 106:58–65
 from rotary tools, 94:22
 in end grain
  centering, 85:63
 in end grain, centering, 85:63
 jointing jig for, 89:58, 98:21
 jointing with, 105:49, 108:77
 lever locks for, 85:75
 mid-size
  reviewed, 85:70–76, 89:100
 mid-size, reviewed, 85:70–76, 89:100
 mid-sized
  reviewed, 90:122
 mid-sized, reviewed, 90:122
 moldings with, 85:82–85
  fluted, 85:82, 85:85
 mortises with, 92:50, 92:52
 mortising with
  jigs for, 85:50–51, 85:60, 85:61
  stop blocks for, 85:60
 narrow stock setup for, 109:24
 new improved, 96:30
 noise of, 85:73
 plug-trimming jig for, 89:25
 plunge
  depth gauges of, 106:64
  dust collection for, 106:64
  for router tables, 106:58–65
  for tables, 96:28
  inexpensive, 100:34
  reviewed, 92:30
 power of, 85:72–73
 rabbets with, 88:61, 103:62
 rack for, 108:28
 recommended, 90:96
 recommended 2001, 92:104
 recommended 2003, 97:86
 reviewed, 99:64–71
 safety with, 90:16
 sizes of, 90:92–93
 slot sled for, 105:56
 sparks from
  diagnosing, 85:8
 sparks from, diagnosing, 85:8
 speed chart for, 92:17
 speed controllers for, 86:8
 speeds of
  variable, 85:71–72
 speeds of, variable, 85:71–72
 squaring up with, 99:16
 straightedge jig for, 107:84, APR 04:84
 table plates for
  recommended 2001, 92:104
 table plates for, recommended 2001, 92:104
 template guide bushings for, 85:73
 templates for, 109:20
 variable-speed
  reviewed, 102:30
 variable-speed, reviewed, 102:30
 with dual bases, 104:34
routers. See also plunge routers
 angled mortises, tips, 14:24
 attachment
  for cutting mortises and tenons, 26:66
  hollow-chisel mortising, 26:26–26:27
 bases for
  dust collection, 83:89
  fixed-base compared to plunge router,
    52:10–52:12, 54:10
  removable, 83:88
  shop-made, 81:37
  sub-base, 12:17
 biscuit-joiner conversion kits for, 34:20, 34:52
 bits (See router bits)
 blind cuts with, 12:21
 bushings
  for inlay cutting, 7:27, 51:47
  template guide, 12:21, 51:47
 buyer's guide, 41:58–41:59, 48:62–48:66,
   55:28–55:32, 62:114–62:118,
   69:130–69:134, 76:104–76:107, 83:85–83:89
  Bosch's 1617 EVS reviewed, 75:90
  Makita RD1100 reviewed, 83:12
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    78:76–78:79
 chamfering with, 12:18–12:20
 cheval mirror, making with, 31:48–31:53
 collet wear, 75:13
 crosscutting with, 78:48
 custom accessories, 15:24
 cutting curves and circles
  large-radius, 29:16
  radius-circle tool review, 14:12
 cutting inlay with, 7:26–7:30
 cutting slotted screw holes with, 1:6–1:8
 cutting thin stock with, 38:26
 developments in, 83:87
 dust removal tip, 52:22
 edge guide, 50:22
 end mills, source, 25:8
 features and types, 48:62–48:63, 55:28–55:29,
   62:114–62:115, 69:130–69:131,
   76:104–76:105, 78:76–78:77, 83:85–83:86
 feed direction, 33:47
 fences (See router tables)
 flush-trimming pegs and plugs with, 34:20
 half-lap miter, 2:43–2:45, 3:5 correction
 handle, shop-made, 66:34
 indexing system, review, 28:76
 jigs (See router jigs)
 modifications, 13:51
 molding, making with, 49:50
 mortising with, 37:37
 mullions with, 31:8–31:10
 pin
  from drill press, 15:8
  shop-made, 26:41
 rounding with a, 51:26, 78:20
 safety, 12:21, 33:46–33:47, 67:16–67:18
 shop-made mortiser for, 44:96
 slotting cutter, source, 15:21–15:24
 storage cabinets for, 33:48–33:49
 table-mounted, vs. shaper, 45:12–45:14, 83:22
 tapered sliding dovetails with, 15:25–15:29,
   56:80–56:81
 template guide for rabbeting, 6:33
 thumbscrews, shop-made knob for, 77:22
 trimming veneer with, 36:14–36:16
 using, 12:16–12:21
Roycroft Workshops, 8:8–8:9, 14:24
rubber, drilling holes in, 53:22
Rubbing out
 process of, 88:16
Rubbing out, process of, 88:16
Ruhe, Barnaby, boomerang, 19:56–19:60
rule of twos, maintaining finishes, 53:68
Rulers
 storage for, 88:96
Rulers, storage for, 88:96
rules
 buyer's guide, 62:13
 center point, 75:88
 uses for broken, 77:18
Rules for the Measurement and Inspection of
  Hardwoods and Cypress (National Hardwood
  Lumber Association), 82:12
Runge, Philip, dangers of gas appliances in shop,
  44:12–44:14
Rungs
 replacing, 103:53
Rungs, replacing, 103:53
runner material (ultra-high molecular weight plastic),
  sources, 72:44, 75:43
runs in finish. See drips, runs, and sags in finish
rush, supply source, 3:7, 52:12
Rusk, Bill, adjustable height table, 58:52–58:54
Rust
 on machine tables
  removing, 100:10
 on machine tables, removing, 100:10
 preventing
  with corrosion inhibitors, 86:10
  with dehumidifiers, 86:10
  with silica gel, 86:10
 remover, 105:25
 removing
  electrolysis for, 110:6
rust
 on machines, preventing, 32:12
 on small hand-tools, preventing, 74:61
 preventative aerosol coating, source, 42:14
 preventative paper, source, 44:12
 remover, electric, 31:12
 removing and preventing, 61:20–61:22
 vapor corrosion inhibitors, 75:89
rustic furniture
 making, 53:44–53:47
 picture frames, 11:52–11:54
Ryobi
 bandsaw BS901
  reviewed, 104:80
 bandsaw BS901, reviewed, 104:80
 belt sanders
  reviewed, 90:90
 belt sanders, reviewed, 90:90
 cordless combo-
  reviewed, 91:28
 cordless combo-, reviewed, 91:28
 cordless mid-sized drills
  recommended, 91:54
  reviewed, 91:52–53
 cordless system, 111:46
 drill HP 1442M, 97:32
 planer AP1300
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planer AP1300, reviewed, 100:86–87
 plate joiners
  reviewed, 90:83
 plate joiners, reviewed, 90:83
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
 random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
 router RE180PL, 100:34
 routers
  reviewed, 85:74–75
 routers, reviewed, 85:74–75
 scroll saw SC162VS
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saw SC162VS, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
 tablesaw, 96:41
Ryobi Tools
 miter saws
  reviewed, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 105:68–69
 router
  multi-base, 105:23
 router, multi-base, 105:23

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