American Woodworker

Free Product Guide >>

Syndication

 


 

 

 

Woodwork 

Winter 2013-2014

Preview this issue

 

American Woodworker Magazine: Index of past issues (S)

RATE THIS:

A   B   C   D   E   F   G  H   I   J  K  L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V  W   XYZ

S
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Museum, 60:65
saber saws. See jigsaws
Sadahide, Chiyozuru (plane blade maker), 59:64
Safest Stripper, characteristics and uses, 73:56
safety
 air-filtration, 14:29–14:31
 belt sanders, 57:45
 belt-disc sanders fire hazard precautions, 55:86
 children's toys, standards, 11:72
 circle-cutters, 64:32
 cradle spindles, spacing, 9:20–9:22
 cut-off boxes, 16:10
 drilling laminates, 14:2–14:9
 dust hazards
  cobalt dust, 52:37
  health effects of, 58:72, 80:104
  man-made boards, 53:29
  Uniform Mechanical Code standards, 80:67
 editorial on, 15:3, 61:6
 electrical outlets, 63:12
 equipment, sources for, 22:8
 finishing, 15:50
 fly cutter, 7:24
 in light fixtures, 17:42–17:46
 in shop, 41:8, 41:18, 48:21–48:24
 jointer, 3:17–3:21, 4:4, 6:51, 17:23
 lathe, 13:54
 lawsuits concerning, 15:3
 Material Safety Data Sheet, using, 53:59
 molding head, 60:41
 oil finishes, 28:52
 paint and finish strippers, 22:53, 50:72–50:74,
   73:54–73:55
 pneumatic finish nailers, 57:8–57:10
 polyurethane fumes, 8:6–8:8
 power tool, 15:3
 pressure-treated lumber, 50:14
 preventing static electricity sparks, 80:26, 80:67
 radial-arm saw (Ryobi recall), 7:72
 router, 12:21, 33:46–33:47
  small workpieces, 8:10, 61:74
 routing small parts, 61:74
 saw blades, 32:26
 shaper, 11:50–11:51, 34:57
 skew chisel, 11:28–11:29, 13:12
 spray painting, 53:59, 54:10
 stroke sander, 7:45
 tablesaws, 17:10, 27:28–27:31
  cut-off box, 14:17
  guards, sources for, 9:19
  most common accidents, 64:62–64:67
 thickness planer (manufacturer upgrade), 7:72
 tips from readers, 28:10
 toggle-switch, improvement, 4:11
 wood bleaches, 4:27
Safety gear
 case for, 109:16
Safety gear, case for, 109:16
safety glasses
 no-fog, 50:22, 55:20
 with magnification, 74:83
Sage, Michael, jewelry box, 54:65–54:67
Sainsbury, John
 making a palm plane, 2:50–2:51
 turned string ties, 18:62–18:65
 turning napkin rings, 1:42–1:45
 turning picture frames, 3:49–3:51
Salaman, R.A., 9:3
salt and pepper shakers, turned, 36:36–36:41
salvaged lumber. See reclaimed lumber
Sanders
 -drill-press combo, 97:38
 belt
  -polisher, 97:80
  [twen]21-in., 107:34, APR 04:34
  controlling, 110:67–69
  detail, 97:80
  features of, 97:79
  finish, 97:80
  frame for, 110:69
  narrow-nosed, 112:22
  position for, 110:68
  recommended 2003, 97:79
  recommended, 2001, 92:104
 belt cleaners for, 108:43
 belt-disc
  reviewed, 108:38–49
 belt-disc, reviewed, 108:38–49
 belts for, 108:43, 110:69
 disc
  dual grits for, 108:75
  template sanding with, 86:13
 drum
  cleaner for, reviewed, 94:40
  discussed, 93:39–45
  double, 93:48, 97:42
  features of, 97:41–43
  from kit, 100:40–45
  open, 106:23
  paper saving with, 98:17
  qualities of, 90:18
  recommended, 93:50–51
  reviewed, 93:38–51
  self-adjusting, 104:43
  single-drum closed-end, 93:47
  single-drum open-end, 93:46
  vs. planers, 90:18
 drum frugality for, 89:24
 dust collection for, 110:54
 finishing
  easy-load, 110:15
 flap, 110:56
 oscillating spindle, recommended 2001, 92:104
 oscillating-spindle sanders
  reviewed, 90:121
 oscillating-spindle sanders, reviewed, 90:121
 pads for
  soft, 110:56
 platens of
  flattening, 108:45
 platens of, flattening, 108:45
 portable
  belt
   features of, 90:88–89
   recommended, 90:89–90, 90:89–90, 90:118
  random-orbit, recommended, 90:86–88, 90:122
  types of, 90:85–86
 random-orbit
  features of, 97:77–78
  recommended 2001, 92:104
  recommended 2003, 97:78–79
  universal pads for, 110:13
 random-orbit cordless
  reviewed, 104:36
 random-orbit cordless, reviewed, 104:36
 safety with, 108:96
 spindle
  and drill press, 89:96
  drum removal for, 100:21
sanders. See specific type
Sanders, belt
 -polisher, 97:80
 detail, 97:80
 features of, 97:79
 finish, 97:80
 recommended
  2001, 92:104
 recommended 2003, 97:79
Sanders, drum
 cleaner for
  reviewed, 94:40
Sanders, oscillating spindle
 recommended 2001, 92:104
Sanders, portable
 belt
  features of, 90:88–89
  recommended, 90:89–90, 90:118
 random-orbit
  recommended, 90:86–88, 90:122
 types of, 90:85–86
Sanders, random-orbit
 recommended 2001, 92:104
Sanding. See also Blemishes
 and edges, 110:55
 checking, 110:57
 dust collection for, 110:54
 finger protection for, 103:22
 pads for
  no-slip, 110:57
 pencil lines for, 110:54
 scratches from
  exposing, 88:14
 scratches from, exposing, 88:14
 swirl marks with
  minimizing, 102:14
 swirl marks with, minimizing, 102:14
 table for
  vacuum, 100:18
 table for, vacuum, 100:18
sanding
 "saws," 33:16
 blocks, 35:20
  making and using, 56:60–56:63
  shop-made, 44:26, 75:14
  sources, 79:56
 curved moldings, 15:8
 curves, 2:36, 56:30
 disc holders, 38:24, 66:34
 dust, and health, 25:47
 end grain, 2:36, 79:54
 hand, 23:48, 25:44–25:46, 78:23
 inside corners, 82:17
 jig for circles, 35:22
 jig for holding thin stock, 71:38
 machine, 2:36–2:37
 on drill press, 40:41, 77:48
 pads, 31:12, 39:20, 64:32
  flexible, sources, 79:56
 paint between coats, 13:6
 small pieces, 27:12, 56:32, 58:30, 66:32, 80:32
 sticks, 23:48, 56:62–56:63
 vacuum box for, 58:30
 wet-, 13:6
 wheels, 37:24, 46:22
 when to stop, 68:20
Sanding blocks
 contour
  making, 110:55
 easy-loading, 105:22
 profiled
  making, 85:84, 95:39
 profiled, making, 85:84, 95:39
 reviewed, 110:26–32
 specialized, 110:30–32
Sandpaper
 adhesive, 110:28
 folding, 85:109
 hook-and-loop, 110:28
 mounting, 98:68, 98:70
 reinforcing, 91:20
 saving, 98:17
 sequence for, 110:55, 110:56, 110:57
 storage for, 112:54, 112:55, 112:56
sandpaper. See also abrasive tape; abrasives
 adhesive-backed, source, 13:18
 alternatives, 9:40–9:42
 aluminum oxide, 2:35
 cleaning sticks for, 57:46
 closed-coat, 2:35–2:37
 coarseness, 2:35
 dispenser, 78:22
 durability, 2:34–2:37
 emery, 2:35
 extending useful life on detail sanders, 77:21
 file storage for, 82:14
 flint, 2:35
 garnet, 2:35
 grades, 2:34–2:37
 grit size and selection, 2:35–2:37, 57:46
 hardness, 2:34–2:37
 jig for cutting, 37:24
 Mohs' Scale, 2:34
 open-coat, 2:35–2:37
 overhead dispenser for, 82:36
 silicon carbide, 2:35
 sources, 79:56
  for "short" rolls, 78:22
 types, 2:34–2:37, 56:63
 unclogging, 81:92
 using, 2:36–2:37
 wet-or-dry, 2:35
Sandpapers
 high-quality, 96:29
Sandpapers, high-quality, 96:29
Sapele
 discussed, 103:36, 103:40–44
Sapele, discussed, 103:36, 103:40–44
Saporito, Paul
 dovetailed drawers, 64:40–64:43
 flexible shop shelving, 67:96
 veneered raised panels, 68:70–68:73
saral paper, using for layout, 73:63
Sargent, William, on turning dendritic talc,
  38:66–38:67
sassafras, characteristics and uses, 68:94
Satterwhite, Sam
 edge banding, shop-made clamp for, 83:98–83:101
 tablesaw sled, 82:110
Sauve, Stephan, 7:51
Saw blades
 dado stacking
  recommended, 90:124
saw blades. See circular saw blades; specific type of
  saw
Saw blades, dado stacking, recommended, 90:124
saw stops
 Biesemeyer T-square, used on cut-off box, source,
   14:15–14:16
 for radial-arm saw, 1:54, 3:4
Sawblades
 bandsaw
  features of, 91:104–108
  recommended, 91:108–110
  reviewed, 91:110
  setting, 98:28
  types of, 91:103–104
 carbide, 108:70
 coated, 103:20
 combination
  sources for, 95:28
 combination, sources for, 95:28
 dado
  carrier for, 93:96, 93:108
  recommended 2001, 92:104
  scale for, 110:18
  shims for, 103:26
 dado stacking
  choosing, 86:56
  recommended, 90:124
  reviewed, 86:53–56
 for aluminum, 86:10
 for melamine, 97:12, 109:44
 jointer-quality, 97:12
 sharpening
  need for, 101:13
 sharpening, need for, 101:13
 stabilizers for, 95:10
 stiffeners for, 95:10
 tablesaw
  setting, 98:28
 tablesaw, setting, 98:28
 thin-kerf, 111:47
 tightening, 95:12
Sawdust
 as mulch, 92:12
sawdust
 as fertilizer, 46:10, 49:6
 bag, for tablesaw, 49:26
Sawdust, as mulch, 92:12
Sawhorses
 flip-top, 93:18
 making, 96:52, 96:54–55
 stacking, 89:30
  making, 94:91
sawhorses
 A-frame, 52:49, 57:8
 double-duty, 38:96, 56:120
 Japanese, 12:48–12:52, 52:50
 knockdown and folding, 52:51, 79:102
 nesting, 81:38
 roller stand and adjustable, 34:36–34:37
 spacers for, 32:16
 Stablemate RWC-36, 77:98
 trestle, 52:51
Sawing
 of multiples, 91:18
Sawing, of multiples, 91:18
Sawmills
 bandsaw
  frame-mounted, 112:77
  handheld, 112:75
 chainsaw, 104:40
  handheld, 112:71–76
  sharpening, 112:78
sawmills
 mobile
  bandsaw type, 21:50–21:51
  circular type, 21:50–21:51
 portable
  bandsaw type, 21:49–21:51
  chain saw type, 21:49–21:51
 small-scale
  mobile, 21:48–21:51
  portable, 21:48–21:51
 sources, 21:51
Sawmills, chainsaw, 104:40
Saws. See also Scroll saws
 compound-miter (See also Stops)
  aluminum with, 86:10
  laser for, reviewed, 88:30
  stand for, building, 87:36
 dovetail, 90:19
 edge protection for, 94:29
 Japanese dozuki, 108:88–92
 Japanese-style, 90:19
 veneer
  source for, 87:89
 veneer, source for, 87:89
saws. See also specific type
 carpenter's, on/off switch for, 33:14
 coping, using, 48:8
 cordless, 62:24–62:25
 dozuki, 48:8
 kugihiki, 48:8
 panel, for cutting plywood, 3:6
 sharpening jig for handheld, 73:20
 Skil-, cut-off jig for, 29:18, 33:16
 stops (See saw stops)
 tenon, using, 48:7
 trim-, low-tech, 36:24
Saws, compound-miter. See also Stops
 aluminum with, 86:10
 laser for
  reviewed, 88:30
 stand for
  building, 87:36
SawStop
 product development described, 83:102
 tablesaw, 97:6
Scammell, C. Roy, clamp rack, 52:88
Schaffer, Irv, rust-resistant handsaw, 46:14
Schmaus, Bonnie, shop-made drafting table,
  20:54–20:57
Schoen, Edward
 entertainment center cabinet, 57:47–57:53,
   59:10–59:12 correction
 T-slot miter gauge, 42:16
scholarship for home workshop writing, 45:18
Schuette, Lee, furniture design, 42:51
Schumacher, Dave, spray painting, 53:58–53:62
Schwenkfelder Museum, 14:72
scorps
 sharpening, 66:68
 sources for, 50:54
Scotch glue. See glue
Scott, Cheryl, 49:63
Scrapers
 curved
  sharpening, 109:6
 curved, sharpening, 109:6
 edge protection for, 94:29
 sharpening, 102:63–67
 storage for, 88:96
 storing, 109:18
 using, 110:54
scrapers, 9:40–9:42
 blades, shaping, 43:26
 burnishing, 30:31–30:32, 47:36, 50:6, 54:10,
   78:104
 buying, 30:30–30:31
 cabinet, 9:41–9:42
  sharpening, 9:43, 47:37
  sources, 80:61, 80:68
  vs. hand, 48:7
 choosing and using, 47:35–47:36, 48:5–48:6
 for turning, using, 47:75
 glass, making and using, 9:42, 28:16
 making from old files, 63:32, 70:18 (safety note)
 miniature, source, 35:71
 sharpening, 9:43, 30:31–30:33, 30:60, 80:107
 shop-made, 14:8, 64:32
 sources, 9:41, 80:61, 80:68
 squaring edge, 47:35–47:36, 82:79, 82:81
 using, 9:40–9:43, 30:32–30:33
scraps
 disposal dolly for, 59:32
 storing and using, 29:28–29:31
scratch beader or scratch stock
 bed-rail bead, 6:21
 design for beading aprons, 2:48
 from screw, 22:20
 making moldings with, 8:18, 37:67–37:69, 44:57,
   75:52–75:53
 shop-made, 2:49, 6:20, 19:62–19:63,
   32:37–32:38, 37:67–37:69, 75:50–75:53
 sources for commercial, 37:69, 75:53
 U-shaped, 37:68
Scratches
 minute
  exposing, 88:14
Scratches, minute, exposing, 88:14
screens
 folding, 60:57–60:63
 hinging, 42:12
 metal, source, 31:10
screw chucks
 Glaser Screw Chuck, source, 2:6
 reverse mounting with, 74:24–74:30
 shop-made, 14:54, 37:46
Screw extractors
 hollow
  using, 85:10
Screw extractors, hollow, using, 85:10
Screwdrivers. See also Impact drivers
 for tight places, 108:61
 PoziDrive, 110:38
 right-angle battery-driven, 98:32
Screws. See also Threaded inserts
 broken
  removing, 85:10
 broken, removing, 85:10
 broken-through
  fix for, 88:82
 broken-through, fix for, 88:82
 coarse-thread
  joinery with, 87:37
 coarse-thread, joinery with, 87:37
 extracting, 103:49
 extractors for
  reviewed, 91:34
 extractors for, reviewed, 91:34
 for exterior use, insert
 for pocket-hole joinery, 104:55, 104:57
 galvanized
  source for, 93:108
 galvanized, source for, 93:108
 holes for
  drilling, 111:34
 in composite woods, 105:31
 in-line
  marking gauge for, 103:24
 in-line, marking gauge for, 103:24
 paint bleed-through with
  fixing, 86:49
 paint bleed-through with, fixing, 86:49
 pilot holes for, 86:48
 pocket, 89:59–62, 91:65, 91:66, 91:79, 91:81
 predrilling for, 94:14
 removing, 88:18
 sheet-metal
  for grip, 91:94
 sheet-metal, for grip, 91:94
 stainless
  source for, 86:51, 87:65
 stainless, source for, 86:51, 87:65
 storage for, 100:32, 112:56
 washer-head, 103:66
 wax for, 86:14
screws
 confirmat, source for, 63:43
 dealing with loose, 68:20
 driving in tight spots, 78:22
 drywall, 14:7
 for perf-board, 74:59
 installing, 45:34–45:35
 lubricating, 43:26
 making good joints with, 79:62
 metals and coatings of, 45:37
 pocket-hole, sources for, 72:89
 square-drive (Robertson)
  history of, 60:12
  source, 21:8
 terminology, 45:34
 trim-head, source, 28:33
 types, 45:35–45:37
 veneer-press, source, 34:36
Scribing
 for shelves, 111:4
scribing
 adjacent edges, 78:60
 cabinets between walls, 78:60
 cabinets to walls, 78:59
 from pencil, 33:14
 pencil adaptor for, 68:36
 with a single-bevel tool, advantages of, 54:53
scroll chucks. See adjustable chucks
Scroll saws
 blade changing for, 87:68–69
 blades for
  choosing, 87:74
  storing, 100:32
 controls for, 87:69–70
 dust management for, 87:70
 features of, 90:101–102
 multiples with, 91:18
 recommended, 90:102–103, 90:123
 reviewed, 87:66–74
 speeds for, 87:70
 tables for, 87:70
 types of, 90:100–101
 vibration with, 87:69
Scroll work
 finishing bath for, 92:27
Scroll work, finishing bath for, 92:27
scrollsaw blades
 choosing, 71:66–71:67
 extending the useful life of, 79:16
 sources, 71:67, 72:57
 storage, 66:32
 tension, 26:10, 71:67
 types, 71:66–71:67
Scrollsaw Pattern Book, review, 16:66
Scrollsaws
 blade painting for, 94:26
 blade-threading slots for, 95:26
 features of, 97:91–93, 97:94
 oscillating-loop
  reviewed, 104:85–87
 oscillating-loop, reviewed, 104:85–87
 recommended 2001, 92:104
 recommended 2003, 97:94
scrollsaws
 buyer's guide, 41:106–41:107, 48:124–48:126,
   55:120–55:122, 62:120–62:123,
   69:136–69:138, 76:114–76:116
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    54:74–54:80, 57:10 correction
 dampening vibration, 24:12
 dust blower, shop-made, 73:20
 features and types, 48:124–48:125, 54:74,
   55:120–55:121, 62:120–62:121,
   69:136–69:137, 76:114–76:115
 Makita SJ401, 75:86
 using, 67:47
Sealers
 for end grain, 108:70
 shellac as, 92:34
sealers
 choosing and using, 40:84–40:86
 distinguished from primers, 58:42
 for holdout, 58:42
 for sanding, 58:41–58:42
 sources, 79:10
  for green wood, 54:47
 understanding, 58:41–58:42
 using to avoid finishing disasters, 68:98–68:100
Sears, Roebuck. See Craftsman
 tablesaw, 96:41
SECO
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
Seco
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
Seco, dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
secret compartments and drawers
 examples in furniture, 51:48–51:51
 in apple-shaped box, 14:53–14:55
Sectors
 making, 92:83
Sectors, making, 92:83
Seitzman, Lincoln, 33:76
Sellers, Dave
 aftermarket tablesaw fences, buyer's guide,
   28:36–28:39
 air-powered sanders, 39:35
 bandsaws, buyer's guide, 10:24–10:30
 battery chargers, 35:46
 carbide saw blades, 32:22–32:26
 carbide stack dado heads, buyer's guide,
   42:56–42:61
 choosing a dust collector, 37:48–37:55
 conversion kit for random-orbit sander, 39:37
 dado heads, buyer's guide, 19:46–19:50
 designing a dust-collection system, 37:53–37:55
 drum sanders, buyer's guide, 23:36–23:39
 hearing protectors, 26:50–26:51
 making tablesaw cut-off box, 14:15
 manufactured scratch stock, 37:69
 oscillating sanding with drill press, 40:41
 oscillating spindle sander, buyer's guide,
   40:40–40:43
 portable planers, buyer's guide, 25:30–25:34
 random-orbit sander discs, 39:33
 random-orbit sanders, buyer's guide, 39:31–39:37
 reviews
  Chuck Mate Drill-N-Drive, 20:35
  Jet JPM-13 Planer-Molder, 53:74
  Lie-Nielsen Bronze Beading Tool, 37:69
  Porter-Cable "Bammer" Cordless Finish Nailer,
    67:86
  positioning jigs, 31:54–31:56
  Routertrac Mortise and Tenon Jig, 51:78
  Tormek Supergrind 2000, 43:76
  Veritas Beading Tool, 37:69
  Veritas Honing Guide and Angle Jig, 20:35
 router table, 24:40–24:45, 27:7 correction
 sliding compound-miter saws, buyer's guide,
   31:40–31:44
 workshop noise, 26:48–26:51
semaphore jig, turning duplicates with, 77:47
Senco
 air compressor-brad nailer kits, 100:34
 brad nailer AirFree, 95:30
 nailers
  reviewed, 102:74–75
 nailers, reviewed, 102:74–75
serving tray, making, 49:39–49:41
settee, with wedged tenons, 13:39–13:41
sewing "counter," Shaker, 37:35–37:39
sewing cabinet, Shaker, 84:82–84:89
sewing desk, Shaker, 4:16–4:23
sewing stand, Shaker, 27:50–27:54
Shackleton, Charles, garden bench, 19:20–19:25
Shafts
 mounting, 98:71
Shafts, mounting, 98:71
Shaker
 candlestand, 106:48–57
Shaker communities
 Alfred Community, 4:17
 South Union Community, 11:17
Shaker Historical Society, 60:65
Shaker Museum (Old Chatham, N.Y.), 60:65
Shaker Museum (South Union, Ky.), 60:65
Shaker style
 bedside table, dimensions, 17:21
 books and information sources on, 37:39, 60:65
 boxes, 11:17–11:24
  production jig for, 11:24
  size system for, 13:4
 chest of drawers, 7:16–7:23
 dining bench, 18:51–18:54
 end table, dimensions, 17:21
 furniture periods, 60:65
 rocker
  designs and history, 1:18–1:23
  plans, 1:24–1:29
 round stand, 60:64–60:65
 seat-taping, chairs, 1:30–1:31
 sewing stands, desks, and cabinets, 4:16–4:23,
   27:50–27:54, 37:35–37:39, 84:82–84:89
 side table, 17:21–17:25
 tape, for chair seats, source, 1:30
 tilters on chairs, 59:16
 tools and supplies, 1:32–1:33, 52:12, 84:89
 trestle table, 18:24–18:25
 wall clock, 22:54–22:58, 65:58–65:62
Shaker, candlestand, 106:48–57
Shannon Safety Products
 Tiger Tails
  reviewed, 92:94, 92:95
Shannon Safety Products, Tiger Tails, reviewed,
  92:94, 92:95
Shapers. See also Guards
 burn remedy for, 108:74
 featherboards for, 112:68
 with router
  reviewed, 89:92
 with router, reviewed, 89:92
shapers
 arched raised panels on, 35:53
 buyer's guide, 48:58–48:61
 compared to table-mounted routers, 45:12–45:14,
   83:22
 complex moldings on, 35:54–35:56
 cope-and-stick joinery on, 35:56–35:57
 crown moldings on, 5:6
 curves on, 35:52–35:54
 cutters
  mounting, 11:51
  review, 27:66
  types, 11:49–11:51
 edges on, 34:56
 end grain on, 34:56
 features and types, 48:58–48:59
 fences, 34:55–34:56
 introduction, 11:48–11:51, 34:53–34:57
 knives, grinding, 35:54–35:55
 making molding on, 49:50
 raised panels on, 34:57
 safety, 11:50–11:51, 34:57
 spindle guards, source, 11:51
 stop cuts on, 34:57
 using, 34:53–34:57, 35:52–35:57
 using router bits in, 67:16
Sharp, Alf
 cabriole leg, 80:55–80:61
 Queen Anne style footstool, 80:48–80:54
Sharpening
 gauge for
  making, 92:81
 gauge for, making, 92:81
 lapping plates for, 98:62, 98:64, 98:66, 98:68
 machines for
  recommended 2001, 92:104
  reviewed, 89:76–81
 of carbide bits, 92:17
 of jointer knives, 106:18
 of marking-gauge knives, 92:79
 of planer knives, 106:18
 of scrapers, 109:6
 system for
  drill-press, 98:62–74
 system for, drill-press, 98:62–74
 tool holder for, 98:64–73
sharpening. See also buffing; grinding; honing;
  sharpening stones
 "scary sharp" technique, 66:66–66:68
 "systems" for lathe chisels, 30:61
 carving tools, 2:22, 5:22–5:23, 8:22–8:27, 8:25,
   28:28–28:30
 drill bits (See under drill bits)
 edge tools, 16:40–16:45, 66:68, 82:78–82:81
 handsaws, 33:32–33:35
 hollow-chisel mortising attachment, 26:27, 78:10
 jointer knives, 3:20, 12:8, 77:20
 planer blades, 12:8
 scraper plane, 28:8
 scrapers, 9:43, 30:31–30:33, 30:60, 80:107
 skew chisels, 11:26–11:27
 techniques compared, 16:3, 52:33–52:37
 testing for sharpness, 82:81
 turning tools, 9:40, 30:56–30:61, 31:4
Sharpening machines
 recommended, 90:124
Sharpening machines, recommended, 90:124
sharpening stones
 Arkansas, 1:48, 52:35, 63:14–63:16, 75:8, 77:10
   correction
 care and maintenance, 1:50, 71:22
 ceramic, 1:50, 71:22
 diamond, 1:49, 1:50, 52:37, 77:94
 for carving tools, 8:24–8:25
 India, 1:48, 1:50, 52:35, 75:8, 77:10 correction
 lapping plates, 52:36
 oilstones, 75:8, 77:10 correction
 repair, 3:8
 slip stones, 8:24–8:25
 storing, 16:7–16:8
 types and use, 1:46–1:50, 52:34–52:37, 75:8,
   77:10 correction
 waterstones
  care and storing, 1:50, 22:4, 72:12
  dressing, 47:16–47:18, 52:34
  extending useful life, 59:32
  flattening, 82:81
  holders for, 56:44–56:45, 61:34, 82:79
  Japanese, types and uses, 1:49, 77:10
  overcoming suction, 36:16–36:18
  using, 52:34
Sharpening systems
 sandpaper, 105:22
Sharpening systems, sandpaper, 105:22
shaving horse
 bodger's, 8:39, 14:36–14:40
 history, 14:36
 portable, shop-made, 75:104
sheep's-foot European pattern knife, source, 39:42
Sheet goods. See also Fiberboard; MDF; Melamine;
  Plywood
 carts for, 104:64, 104:68–69
 composition
  web site on, 105:26
 composition, web site on, 105:26
 crosscutting, 87:37
 cutting rack for, 104:26–27
 dolly for, 86:26
 ripping, 87:37
 storage for, 87:96
  swing-out, 106:90
 weights of, 104:65
sheet goods. See also specific type
 characteristics and comparisons, 43:52–43:56
 circular saw blades for cutting, 53:29
 roll-around cart for, shop-made, 70:128
 sawing rack for, 56:30, 80:11
 sources by mail, 43:56
 storage racks for, 54:58–54:59, 54:60
 types, 43:57
shelf supports
 brass, sources, 79:77
 indexing jig for a drill press, 61:71
 invisible, 64:30
 magic wires for, 57:52–57:53
  source, 57:55, 66:22, 77:70
 using biscuits for, 82:59
Shellac
 as sealer, 101:55
 dewaxed
  source for, 92:34
 dewaxed, source for, 92:34
shellac
 applying, 11:36–11:40, 34:78, 49:14, 60:80,
   66:60–66:61
 bleached, 7:51
 characteristics and uses, 60:78–60:80, 64:20
  pros and cons of, 34:76–34:78
 controlling drips in, 38:16–38:18
 dewaxed
  applying, 78:107
  instant, 80:98
  using as a "tie coat," 77:108
 finishes, food-safe, 37:76
 in padding lacquer, 15:48
 mixing, 5:6–5:7, 7:51, 11:36–11:40, 60:80,
   66:59–66:60
  for French polish, 5:6–5:7, 7:51
  small amounts, 53:12
  weighing, 74:20
 sources for
  flakes, 34:78, 56:43, 60:78, 77:110
  fresh, 44:62
 stripping, 50:72, 73:56
 types, 11:36–11:40
Shelves
 angled, 112:46
 angled-tray, 112:46
 backs for
  shiplapped, 100:49, 100:52
 backs for, shiplapped, 100:49, 100:52
 cleats for, 87:38
 display, 89:84–89
 fitting, 100:52
 floating torsion-box, 111:36–45
 glass, 98:79, 98:85, 98:87
 heavy
  supports for, 99:84
 heavy, supports for, 99:84
 metal upside-down, 98:40
 pin holes for, 91:67, 91:79
 pin-drilling guide for, 103:63, 103:65
 pin-hole jig for, 98:80, 98:83, 98:84, 100:48,
   100:49
 plate-joined, 98:50
 pull-out full-extension, 105:43–44, 105:46,
   105:50–51
 sink-cabinet, 85:92, 85:94
 slanted
  for cans, 101:66
 slanted, for cans, 101:66
 stiffening
  with edging, 87:58
 stiffening, with edging, 87:58
 supports for, 112:46, 112:47–48
 wall-hung
  cleats for, 100:52–53
 wall-hung, cleats for, 100:52–53
 wall-mounted, 100:47–53
shelves
 dimensioning a torsion box shelf, 63:70
 dividers, routed slots for, 8:6
 hangers, concealed, 3:31
 hanging
  installation options, 70:65
  Southwestern-style repisa, 19:61–19:63
 installing, 78:56–78:61
 man-made boards as, 53:28, 75:79–75:81
 sag-proof design, 75:75–75:83
 support holes, drilling accurately, 33:14, 79:74
 supports for (See shelf supports)
 torsion-box, 75:82
 wall
  country-style, 21:60–21:61
  crown molding, 3:29–3:31
  display, 70:62–70:65, 78:52–78:55
  free-form, 80:34
 workshop, 67:96
Sheriff, Ed, downdraft sanding and routing table,
  63:84–63:85
Shims
 aluminum tape for, 93:24, 93:108
 playing cards as, 102:55, 103:26
 source for, 87:94
shims
 brass, sources for, 58:66
 from playing cards, 35:22
Shingles
 laying
  on box, 94:80
Shingles, laying, on box, 94:80
shoe-polish wax, finishing with, 66:22
shoji (Japanese rice-paper screens)
 making, 60:57–60:63
 paper, source, 30:41, 60:63
Shoji: How to Design, Build, and Install Japanese
  Screens, review, 11:66
shooting boards
 donkey's ear, 7:46, 16:53–16:55
 joint-and-square and use, 7:47–7:49
 miter, 7:46, 16:53–16:55
shop. See workshop
Shop Fox
 air cleaner 1690
  reviewed, 103:82–83
 air cleaner 1690, reviewed, 103:82–83
 drill press-sander, 97:38
 mobile bases, 107:62, 107:64, APR 04:62, APR
   04:64
 oscillating drill press W1668
  reviewed, 89:96
 oscillating drill press W1668, reviewed, 89:96
 planers
  reviewed, 108:48–49
 planers, reviewed, 108:48–49
shop heaters. See heaters, for shop
Shop Specs
 safety bifocals, 100:38
Shop Specs, safety bifocals, 100:38
Shop Test
 biscuit joiners, 73:70–73:77
 CFW Tilting Router Table, 38:86
 Clayton Oscillating Spindle Sander, 20:12
 Delta B.O.S.S. Oscillating Spindle Sander, 59:86
 Delta Sanding Center, 37:82
 Delta Top-Turn 46-860 Lathe, 50:78
 DeWalt DW477 benchtop tablesaw, 65:94
 DeWalt DW788 scrollsaw, 60:86
 Exac-T-Guide circular saw/router jig, 36:82
 Excalibur Sliding Table SLT60, 66:86
 Freud Performance System, 27:66
 Grizzly 1066 Dual-Drum Sander, 52:78
 Jet JPM-13 Planer-Molder, 53:74
 jointers, 6-inch models, 77:72–77:77
 jointers, 8-inch models, 58:58–58:64
 Kel McNaughton Centre Saving System, 54:96
 Leigh Multiple Mortise-and-Tenon Attachment,
   26:66
 Matchmaker woodworking machine, 19:16
 Mercury Vacuum Press, 24:14
 Mill-Right 3-Axis Router Milling Center, 61:102
 mini lathes, 52:55–52:59, 58:12, 59:12,
   78:68–78:71
 Multico PM20 Mortiser, 45:80
 Norton waterstones, 46:78
 Oneway 2036 Wood Lathe, 64:94
 Plano Vertical Glue Press, 25:62
 pocket-hold jigs, 72:84–72:88
 Porter-Cable "Bammer" Cordless Finish Nailer,
   67:86
 Porter-Cable 7529 plunge router, 77:96
 Porter-Cable plunge router and base, 12:12
 Porter-Cable Profile Sander, 57:86
 Porter-Cable random-orbit sander, 16:14
 random-orbit sanders, 75:66–75:71
 router radius-circle tool, 14:12
 Routertrac Mortise and Tenon Jig, 51:78
 Ruffian Canvas Toolbag, 21:12
 Ryobi BT3000 Tablesaw, 40:74
 Ryobi woodcarver, 18:16
 Saw Trax Professional circular saw/router jig,
   36:82
 Stabilax skew stabilizer, 13:12
 Stanfield joiner/shaper, 31:60
 Sunhill M-3 "Baby" power feeder, 58:90
 Tormek Supergrind 2000, 43:76
 Tucker Vise, 22:14
 Veritas 32 cabinetmaking system, 30:76
 Veritas Poly Gauge, 17:14
 Veritas Router Table Top, 47:98
 Woodchuck Indexing System, 28:76
 Woodhaven Pin Routing Machine, 44:78
 Woodrat dovetail fixture, 33:64
Shop vacuums
 recommended, 90:124
 tool-actuated, 97:8
shop vacuums
 airwatts vs. CFM ratings, 65:22
 buyer's guide, 45:63–45:67
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    80:69–80:73
 features, 80:70
 hose-holder, shop-made, 64:30
 muffling noice from, 79:115–79:116
 plastic liner for, source, 80:64
 Ridgid Tool Vac reviewed, 77:101
 Ridgid WD1730 reviewed, 77:100
 sources for, 58:75
 tool-actuated switches, 80:71
 types of filters for, 45:67
 using as dust collectors, 58:72–58:73, 60:14
   correction
Shop-Fox
 planer W1675
  reviewed, 100:86–87
Shop-Fox, planer W1675, reviewed, 100:86–87
Shopsmith machines, parts source, 68:24
Shopsmith, Inc. Hands-On Series
 "Building Cabinets," review, 8:57
 "Building Tables," review, 8:57
 "Outdoor Projects," review, 6:59
Shumaker, Karl, 14:15
 building a veneer press, 16:30
 hand planes, 15:33
 Parsons table, 12:22
 radial dovetails, cutting, 21:30–21:31
 unusual joints by, 21:27–21:29
 veneering, 16:25
shutter pins, sources for, 59:68
shutters, making, 59:68–59:72
Sideboards. See also Cupboards
sideboards, Stickley-style, 74:50–74:57
signs, letter-carving template for, 60:32
silica gel packets, source, 67:18
silicon putty, sources, 79:10
Silin-Palmer, Pamela, 27:70–27:71
silver cloth, source, 23:40
silver sheet and wire, source, 51:47
silver soldering, 8:9
silvering mirrors, 9:6
Simons, Jonathan, wood selection for utensils, 47:14
Simpson, Barbara, 49:60
Sioux
 random-orbit sanders
  reviewed, 90:88
Sioux, random-orbit sanders, reviewed, 90:88
Sitka spruce, characteristics and uses, 35:26
six: 6-8-10 square method, 73:61
sizing. See glue size
 for gilding, 58:69–58:70
sketchboard, shop-made, 58:32
skew chisels
 lathe, skew, using, 11:26–11:29
 sharpening, 11:26–11:27, 30:59–30:60
 small, shop-made, 72:58–72:62
 source, 72:78
 Stabilax, safety, 13:12
 using, 47:75
Skil
 drills
  reviewed, 102:31
 drills, reviewed, 102:31
 plate joiners
  reviewed, 90:83
 plate joiners, reviewed, 90:83
skittles game, 6:41–6:43
SL1E, defined, 82:70
slack-belt sander (carver's tool), 47:28
Slats
 spacing, 87:80
Slats, spacing, 87:80
Sleds
 crosscut, 93:66
  gang, 93:64
 for router tables, 99:47
 small-piece, 93:82, 93:84
 taper
  for planers, 93:68
  for tablesaws, 93:66
slide rule, for sizing ducts, 42:14
slide, child's, 35:64–35:67
sliding compound-miter saws
 advantages of, 53:35–53:36, 84:100–84:04
 buyer's guide, 31:40–31:44, 56:10 correction,
   62:106, 69:114, 76:92–76:94
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    53:35–53:41, 84:98–84:109
 features, 84:101–84:102
 how they work, 53:36, 62:103, 69:111
 table extension for, 33:14
slip stone, from dowel, 40:24–40:26
slipmatching, 16:28
Sloan, David
 buying tools by mail, 22:59–22:61
 furniture and projects
  "nasty" boxes, 29:42–29:43
  bull roarer, 25:35
  elephant puzzle, 9:47–9:50, 10:4 correction
  hanging cupboard, 32:37–32:39
  laminated cutting board, 13:30
  Mission-oak armchair, 14:24
  Mission-oak plate rack, 12:53
  wooden briefcase, 5:46–5:51
  workbench, 18:46–18:50
 grinders, 30:48–30:51
 hewing, 15:36
 on Eric Sloane, 24:34–24:39
 reviews
  Magna Set, 20:33
  Multi-Stop, 20:33
  Tru-Grip Clamp 'N' Tool Guide, 20:33
 router dovetail jigs, buyer's guide, 1:36–1:41
 using Elu 3338 plunge router, 44:12
 using the shaper, 11:48–11:51
Sloane, Eric, 9:3, 24:34–24:39
slot mortiser
 from plunge router, 13:46–13:51
 from router, 37:30–37:34
Slots
 cutters for
  adjustable, 103:31
 cutters for, adjustable, 103:31
 on router table, 99:52, 99:55, 99:75
 on router tables, 88:49
 with router
  sled for, 105:56
 with router table, 100:66
 with router, sled for, 105:56
slotted screw holes, for tabletops, 1:6, 8:35
Small and Unusual Woodturning Projects, review,
  15:58
small-tool holder, from racquet, 35:22
Smith, David T.
 dining bench, 18:51–18:54
 history of workshops, 18:53
Smith, Eric
 on picture frames, 109:69–73
 on sanding, 110:53–57
Smith, Eric, on picture frames, 109:69–73
smoke alarms, dust and, 80:104
smoothing planes. See planes
snipe
 eliminating, 79:85
 explained, 56:65, 56:68
 minimizing, 56:68
Snyder, Tim
 buying specialty hardwood, 46:40–46:43
 plunge routing mortises, 57:62–57:64
 profile of Andy Rooney, 63:44–63:45
 sliding book rack, 31:36–31:37
 storage bench, 34:58–34:61
 wall organizer, 23:58–23:61
soapstone carving blocks, source, 67:18
sodium hypochlorite. See bleach, chlorine
software
 CAD programs, overview of, 60:66–60:69
 databases
  of sustainable timbers, 35:100, 40:20
  of wood characteristics, 40:20
soldering
 electrical wiring, 75:58
 equipment and supply, sources, 75:58
 silver soldering, 8:9
 silver-soldering bandsaw blades, 39:58
sole, flattening a plane, 51:65, 53:6
solid surface materials. See Corian by Du Pont
Solvents
 choosing, 96:16
 respirators for, 101:10, 101:12
solvents. See also strippers
 dealing with used, 65:86–65:88
 finish restoration, 6:8
 paint, 6:6
 spraying, explosion-proof fans for, 49:12–49:14
Sorbothane mounts, sources for, 75:58
Sorenson, Randy, sleigh beds, 64:44–64:49, 66:14
  correction
Sound Safety Products
 Optimuff
  reviewed, 92:92, 92:95
Sound Safety Products, Optimuff, reviewed, 92:92,
  92:95
Southeastern Industrial Resources
 sawmills, 112:75
spade feet, cutting on jointer, 6:51
spalted wood
 finishing, 77:52–77:53
 health hazards of, 77:53
 making, 77:51
 sources, 77:53
 stabilizing, 77:51
 working, 77:52
spalting, defined, 77:51
Spanish cedar
 bleeding problems, 59:22, 61:12
 characteristics and uses, 53:64
 preferred for cigar humidors, 78:10
 source for, 47:16, 53:55
Spanish foot, in baroque-style furniture, 16:58–16:59
speakers
 components for, sources, 75:58
 grille fabric, sources for, 44:12, 57:55
 high-quality sound reproduction for, 75:57
 making, 75:54–75:59
spice boxes and racks
 instant-access rack, 71:52–71:55
 Pennsylvania spice box, 36:28–36:33, 39:4
   correction
Spielman, Patrick
 on scrollsaws, 104:85–87
 reviews CFW Tilting Router Table, 38:86
 router bits, 33:50–33:54
 sharpening with diamonds, 52:37
 vacuum clamping, 46:36–46:39
Spindles
 replacing, 103:53
spindles
 dividing the circumference, 73:61
 repairing and replacing, 65:20 (See also turning)
Spindles, replacing, 103:53
Spires
 pyramidal
  making, 94:76
Spires, pyramidal, making, 94:76
Spline joinery
 for drawer runners, 92:58
 tapered
  jig for, 100:36–37
 tapered, jig for, 100:36–37
Spline joints
 for small boxes, 105:55–57
 keys for, 105:56–57
 making, 93:83, 93:84
 on router table, 99:74–75
spline miters
 miniature, 68:36
 on tablesaw, 49:41
 routing grooves for, 51:12
Splines
 ebony, 108:51, 108:54–55
 for gluing up, 107:69, APR 04:69
 jig for, 88:50
splining, tablesaw jig for, 49:112
Spokeshaves
 new
  reviewed, APR 04:35
spokeshaves
 adjusting, 4:24–4:26
 anatomy of, 67:43
 blades, sharpening, 4:25
 choosing and using, 48:9
 flat-bottomed vs. curved-bottomed, 48:9
 parts, 4:25
 shop-made, 67:42–67:45
 sources, 14:39, 80:61
 tuning, 4:24–4:26, 35:62
 types, 35:60–35:61
 using, 4:26, 14:39–14:40, 35:62, 67:45
 wooden, 21:17–21:20
Spokeshaves, new, reviewed, 107:35
spoon bits, using, 71:65
Spotnails
 nailer WB1850
  reviewed, 102:74–75
Spotnails, nailer WB1850, reviewed, 102:74–75
spray booth, shop-made, 53:58, 53:62, 71:76–71:77
Spray booths
 impromptu, 101:30
Spray booths, impromptu, 101:30
Spray cans
 storage for, 101:66
Spray cans, storage for, 101:66
Spray guns
 adjusting, 101:31–32
 cleaning, 101:38
 feed tubes for
  flexible, 108:74
 feed tubes for, flexible, 108:74
 grip for, 101:30
 practice piece for, 101:38
 technique with, 101:33–37
spray painting and finishing. See also specific finish
 explosion dangers, 49:12–49:14, 53:59, 54:10
 reducing blowback, 44:6
 shop-made booth for, 53:58, 53:62, 71:76–71:77
 techniques and equipment for, 53:58–53:62, 81:92
spray-can nozzles, unclogging, 34:22
Sprayers
 high-volume low-pressure (HVLP)
  conversion guns for, 101:63, 102:14
  discussed, 101:56–60
  reviewed, 101:62–63
sprayers
 comparison of systems, 33:60–33:62
 high-volume, low pressure (See HVLP sprayers)
Sprayers, high-volume low-pressure (HVLP)
 conversion guns for, 101:63, 102:14
 discussed, 101:56–60
 reviewed, 101:62–63
SprayTech-Capspray
 sprayer CS510O
  reviewed, 101:62–63
SprayTech-Capspray, sprayer CS510O, reviewed,
  101:62–63
Spring boards
 as fences, 92:26
Spring boards, as fences, 92:26
spring catches, wooden, 42:80
spring dividers, pencil adaptor for, 68:36
springs, platform rocker, 1:8
square, methods for checking, 73:61
Squareness
 by feel, 92:83
 by following kerfs, 92:27
 checking for, 91:66
 drafting triangles for, 92:78
 for large pieces, 99:16, 99:42–43
Squares
 buying, 90:14
 for set up, 108:63
 multi-purpose
  reviewed, 102:33
 multi-purpose, reviewed, 102:33
 storage for, 88:96
squaring corners
 checking technique, 50:24
 glue-up techniques, 61:34, 63:32
 on a curved panel, 67:50
 tool for, 62:13
stab knife
 carving with, 2:18–2:21
 sharpening, 2:22
Stabilax, review and source, 13:12
stabilizing agent for wood. See polyethylene glycol
Stafford, Patrick
 jewelry box, 17:56
 making hardware, 12:43
 recipe box, 24:54–24:57
stain boards, making, 35:76–35:78
stained glass supplies, sources for, 60:20
stainless steel hardware, source, 67:18
Stains
 chemical
  for cherry, 93:58, 93:108
 chemical, for cherry, 93:58, 93:108
 ebonizing, 86:76
 for blemishes, 95:24
 for concrete, 86:8
 gel
  corner removal for, 89:12
 gel, corner removal for, 89:12
 making, 107:53, APR 04:53
 non-grain-raising, 102:16
 on plywood, 88:46
 over figure, 89:120–121
stains. See also finishes
 applying bright-colored stains, 82:106
 blotchiness, preventing and repairing,
   42:100–42:102, 60:45
 chemical, vs. dyes or pigments, 54:88
 color matching, 73:17
 correcting problems, 17:55
 dye (See dyes)
 gel (See gel stains)
 oil-based and waterborne polyurethane finishes,
   77:108
 pigment (See pigment stains)
 types and differences, 25:74–25:76, 54:88
Stamps
 source for, 92:82
Stamps, source for, 92:82
Stands
 garden weighted, 98:54–59
 pedestal
  weights for, 109:67
 pedestal, weights for, 109:67
 speaker
  with storage, 109:63–68
 speaker, with storage, 109:63–68
Stangler, Michael, 44:18
Staples
 and brads
  combo gun for, 86:22
Staples, and brads, combo gun for, 86:22
Staples, Robbi
 cradle project, 61:42–61:48, 63:10 (safety note),
   63:12 (safety note)
 sliding crosscut table, 60:96
Star
 drill press S4017
  reviewed, 86:68–75
Star, drill press S4017, reviewed, 86:68–75
Starrett
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
Starrett, bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
static electricity, dust collection problems with,
  80:26, 80:67
Stave construction
 bird's mouth joinery for, 92:32
Stave construction, bird's mouth joinery for, 92:32
staves, making, 67:49
Stayman, Wendy, 14:32–14:33
steadyrest, lathe
 for hollow turning, 84:110–84:114
 plans and use, 1:32–1:33
 shop-made, 13:54, 40:56, 68:120
stealth clips. See magic wires
Steam bending
 setup for, 102:10
steam bending. See also bent lamination
 curved seat slats, 66:36–66:40
 heat gun as alternative to, 20:48
 in microwave oven, 46:22
 poacher, for bending, 11:21
 steam box for, 9:23–9:27, 43:68–43:69, 51:16
 steamer for
  from a barbecue, 45:22
  from teakettle, 31:14
 techniques, 9:23–9:27, 44:58–44:59
 with a steam iron, 36:24
 with a stovepipe, 1:26
 wood selection issues, 61:18
Steam bending, setup for, 102:10
steel
 bar stock, source, 37:33
 drilling, 40:10
 rod stock, source, 80:38
 used in making Japanese blades, 59:66
Steel wool
 life of
  prolonging, 88:21
 life of, prolonging, 88:21
 steel-free, 98:36
steel wool holder, 72:24
stenciling supplies, source, 5:8
Stender, Tom, contemporary stool design, 3:46
stepladder, library, 26:28
Sterling
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
Sterling, bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
Stevens, Tom, transitional planes, 54:62–54:64
Stewart, Dennis, chatter tool by, 45:40
sticking profiles, common, 50:59
Stickley, Gustav, 14:24. See also Arts and Crafts
  style
 The Craftsman magazine, 12:53
 books about, 12:55
 Craftsman Farms museum, 17:80
 finish, recreating, 32:46
 finishing techniques (fuming), 12:54–12:55
 plate-rack style, 12:53–12:55
stilts, 3:44–3:45
stippling tool, shop-made , 82:16
Stirt, Alan, reviews Kel McNaughton Centre Saving
  System, 54:96
Stock preparation
 marking for, 92:76–83
 of wet wood, 112:12
 process of, 98:78
 wetting
  for grip, 108:64
 wetting, for grip, 108:64
Stocksdale, Bob, 8:42
Stockton, Thomas Starbuck, Greene and Greene style
  nightstand, 45:46–45:50
stools
 bar, 51:40–51:43
 contemporary, 3:46–3:48
 dovetailed step stool, 70:75–70:77
 library two-step, 26:28–26:30
 nested, 78:47
 Queen Anne footstool, 80:48–80:54
 shop, 71:61–71:65
 three-legged, 24:25–24:27, 46:54–46:57
Stop blocks
 for miter saws, 109:18
 for miters, 103:70–72
stop blocks
 chop saw, adjustable, 32:16
 drill press, adjustable, 61:71, 70:36
 for saws, adjustable, 33:16
 radial-arm saw, 1:54, 3:4
  adjustable, 32:16
 tablesaw, 2:12
  adjustable, 17:10
  for crosscuts, 4:11
  shop-made fence and block system, 57:34–57:36
  sliding, 46:20, 70:36
 workbench
  flip-up, 56:08
  from old deadbolt, 79:16
stop switches. See emergency stop switches
Stops
 doweling jig as, 93:20
 for angles, 98:56
 for bandsaws, 102:56
 for dadoes, 98:69
 for routers, 99:46
 quick-action
  reviewed, 87:24
 quick-action, reviewed, 87:24
Storage. See also Lumber: storage for; Racks
 banding for, 110:95
 behind stairs, 95:90
 bins for
  supporting, 106:92
  wall-hung, insert
 bins for, supporting, 106:92
 boxes for
  quick, 105:38
 boxes for, quick, 105:38
 bungee cords for, 110:95
 drawers for
  between studs, 87:94
 drawers for, between studs, 87:94
 for lumber, 85:44
 for small parts, 98:25, 100:32
 in bottles
  hanging, 89:32
 in bottles, hanging, 89:32
 in workbenches, 105:43–44, 105:50–51
 overhead, 101:66
 pigeon-hole, 110:95
 rack-hung drawers for, 85:44
 shelves for
  upside-down, 98:40
 shelves for, upside-down, 98:40
 sliding panels for, 107:40–41, APR 04:40–41
 under bench, 95:92
 walls for
  reviewed, 91:35
 walls for, reviewed, 91:35
 with double-faced tape, 104:31
storage
 bench, Colonial-style, 34:58–34:61
 for the shop
  cabinets for routers and bits, 33:48–33:49
  carts and caddies, 43:38–43:40, 79:100
  case for wood files, 32:16
  drawers, rolling, 80:8
  hardware box, 64:104
  lumber racks, 9:10, 54:58–54:61, 58:32, 73:22,
    84:44
  magnetic holders, 74:60
  measuring squares, 74:61
  overhead, 42:26, 84:46
  power tools, 74:60, 79:100, 82:34, 82:36
  rack for hand tools, 74:61
  rack for Japanese saws, 59:30
  rack for offcuts, 59:30
  sliding plywood wall, 43:26
  steel wool, 61:34
  toll rolls, 74:61
  tool slides, 74:59
  tube rack, 60:32
 tool "book," 79:100
Storb, Chris, preserving hot hide glue, 43:16
Storch, William
 computer desk, 9:34–9:39
 music stand, 4:30–4:35
StoreWALL
 storage walls
  reviewed, 91:35
StoreWALL, storage walls, reviewed, 91:35
story poles or sticks
 making, 17:60, 35:49
 turning duplicates with, 77:48
Story sticks
 for turning, 106:50–51
Story sticks, for turning, 106:50–51
Straightedges
 holders for, 85:22
 metal studs as, 105:12
straightedges
 buyer's guide, 62:12
 shop-made, 83:128–83:129
 sources, 83:129
 test for, 83:130
Straw, Phyllis
 using skew chisels, 11:25–11:29
 using spindle gouges, 6:34–6:40
string ties, turned, 18:62–18:65
string toys
 acrobat, pattern, 22:36
 climbing lizard, pattern, 22:37
strippers. See also specific type
 disposing of residue from, 73:57
 for paint, 8:8, 22:48–22:53
 types and characteristics, 50:72–50:74
 using, 52:6, 73:54–73:57
stripping finishes. See finishes; specific finish type
stroke sander
 belts, shop-made, 7:44–7:45
 drums, shop-made, 7:42–7:44
 on moldings, 7:45
 safety, 7:45
 shop-made, 7:39–7:45
 sources, 7:39
 using, 7:45
strongback (part of a cabinet), defined, 72:80–72:81
structural frame construction
 defined, 51:53
 joint position and proportion, 51:54
Stubbs, Del, 8:42
Stumbras, John
 on lamp, 110:40–50
Stumbras, Jon
 on bench, 106:72–78
 on blanket chest, 109:50–61
 on Limbert table, 102:50–61
 on miter saws, 105:58–69
 on plate joinery, 98:46–52
 on shelves, 100:46–53
 on spray techniques, 101:28–38
subassemblies, devising cutting lists for, 66:48–66:49
sugar pine, characteristics and uses, 37:72, 63:90
Sultan, Jay, matting and mounting artwork,
  66:46–66:47
Sunderland, Jim, discolored pine, 36:18
Sunhill
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 jointer 924028
  recommended, 97:56
 jointer 924028, recommended, 97:56
 jointers
  recommended, 90:54–56, 90:91:90:120
 jointers, recommended, 90:91:90:120, 90:54–56
Super glue. See cyanoacrylate adhesive
Surface preparation
 for glue, 96:14
 for stains, 88:46
Susco, Joe, profile of, 61:112
Swanson, Jane, wire inlays, 51:44–51:47
Switches
 combining, 95:20
 magnetic
  safety of, 96:39, 96:40
 magnetic, safety of, 96:39, 96:40
swiveling support platforms, sources for,
  57:54–57:55
Sycamore
 qualities of, 98:114
sycamore, finishes for figured, 63:98–63:100
Sycamore, qualities of, 98:114
Synskin, source for, 60:63
Szalach, Paul, double-duty sawhorses, 56:120

 

A   B   C   D   E   F   G  H   I   J  K  L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V  W   XYZ


Filed under: