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T-nuts
 for drawer pulls, 86:16
T-nuts, for drawer pulls, 86:16
T-section joint, 47:54
T-track
 reviewed, APR 04:22–31
T-track, reviewed, 107:22–31
Table hockey
 building, 111:87–90
table hockey set, 54:72–54:73
Tables. See also Candlestands; Drawers; Tabletops;
  Turntables
 aprons for, 92:54–55
 Arts-and-Crafts style
  small, 94:58–67
 Arts-and-Crafts style, small, 94:58–67
 assembly
  folding, 85:48
 assembly, folding, 85:48
 coffee
  two-drawered, 92:48–59
 coffee, two-drawered, 92:48–59
 dust-collection anti-slip, 100:18
 extension ribbed
  filler for, APR 04:18
 extension ribbed, filler for, 107:18
 fold-away work, 111:92
 folding shop, 93:74–79, 99:80
 folding work, 107:43, APR 04:43
 kitchen work
  building, 87:76–80, 87:76–80
  materials list for, 87:79
 Limbert
  making, 102:50–61
 Limbert, making, 102:50–61
 outfeed, 104:67
  drill-press, 88:94
  folding, 107:80–86, APR 04:80–86
  in fence bar, 104:31
  pivoting, 100:23
  rolling, 110:86
 patio, 110:59–64
 rails for, 92:54–56, 94:62, 94:64
  curved, 87:78–79
 repairing, 103:53–55
 shelves for, 94:65
 stretchers for, 94:62, 94:63, 94:64
 tile inserts for, 110:61, 110:62–63
 utility
  knock-down, 86:30
 utility, knock-down, 86:30
 work
  folding, 102:76
 work, folding, 102:76
tables. See also tabletops
 assembly workstation, 61:75–61:81, 63:12 (safety
   note), 81:62–81:65, 84:74–84:78
 bedside
  Chinese-style, 34:32–34:35
  Shaker-style, dimensions, 17:21
 coffee
  carved, 40:34–40:39
  Craftsman-style, 37:40–37:41
  glass-top, 26:42–26:44
  plans, 16:36–16:39
  that converts to a dining table, 58:52–58:54
 collapsible workstation, 77:120
 design guidelines for, 45:29
 dining
  Arts and Crafts style, 53:48–53:52
  harvest drop-leaf, 30:42–30:47
  how to size, 82:24–82:32
  slab-top, 43:58–43:61
  that converts to a coffee table, 58:52–58:54
 drafting, 20:54–20:57
 end, Shaker-style, dimensions, 17:21
 farm style, 82:68–82:77
 from 2x4s, 37:66
 hall, 36:46–36:48, 39:26–39:30, 51:58–51:61
 kitchen and breakfast, 68:40–68:44
  country style, 2:46–2:49
  pedestal, 72:63–72:67
 legs
  adjustable-height, 58:52–58:54
  factory-turned, sources for, 82:77
  furniture styles, 60:65
  mortising tapered, 81:60
  quick utility legs, 78:23
  squaring, 19:8
  tablesaw jig for tapering, 42:28, 57:39
  turned, 59:44–59:47, 82:42–82:46
 nesting, 57:37–57:39
 outdoor, 73:44–73:51
 parlor, 79:50–79:56
 Parsons, 12:22, 70:52–70:53
 pedestal , 72:63–72:67, 80:74–80:78
 picnic, 80:74–80:78
 pool
  cue making supply sources, 58:20
  slate sources, 28:10
 side
  Greene and Greene–style, 81:52–81:61
  Hepplewhite style, 44:54–44:57
  plans, 44:54–44:57
  Shaker-style, 17:21–17:25
 stand type
  Craftsman style, 63:40–63:43
  easel display, 45:56–45:57
  Moravian candle stand, 11:42–11:47
 tavern
  Colonial, 45:28–45:32
  Early American, 19:29–19:35
  plans, 45:28–45:32
 tea, Queen Anne style, 49:46–49:51
 Thomas Moser bow-front, 3:22–3:27
 tilt-top, Queen Anne, 29:22–29:27
 treasured-board, 74:37–74:41
 trestle
  how to size, 82:30–82:32
  mortise-and-tenon, 18:24–18:25
 TV, with VCR shelf, 59:52–59:53
 wall hung, 51:58–51:61
Tablesaw
 ripping jig for, 91:84
tablesaw fences
 aftermarket for rip fences, buyer's guide,
   28:36–28:39
 aligning, 9:17–9:18, 21:10
 blade-height scale for, 33:14
 for cutting plywood, 3:6
 for laminating, 44:26
 for plastic laminates, 4:6
 for using molding heads, 60:41
 quick-clamp, for coving, 68:34
 reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
   61:62–61:68
 with stop block, 57:34–57:36
tablesaw jigs
 angle-cutting, 70:38
 angle-setting, 17:14, 54:28, 57:28
 angles greater than 45 degrees, 74:18
 cove-cutting, 11:31–11:32
 crosscutting, 40:31–40:32, 75:14
  hold-down for, 75:19
 crosscutting, "bottomless," 40:33
 fence-setting, 30:16, 32:16
 for angle-cut plywood, 6:10
 for irregular shapes, 56:16
 for straight cuts on the edges of bowed boards,
   60:32
 for tapering, 3:28, 21:6, 23:31, 51:30–51:33, 68:36
  table legs, 42:28, 57:39
 mitering and splining, 49:112, 54:66
  "Dubby," for miters on tablesaw, 10:22
  spline slots, 14:21–14:22
 no-measure duplicates, 54:30
 panel-raising, 8:33, 70:69
 quarter-round cutting, 20:6
 template cutting, 77:46
 tenoning, 8:32, 23:31, 24:60, 45:96, 54:57, 68:45,
   70:68, 73:67–73:69
 vacuum resaw jig, 65:104
 veneer-jointing, 42:68
Tablesaw, ripping jig for, 91:84
Tablesaws. See also Featherboards; Fences; Guards;
  Miter gauges; Roller stands; Sawblades; Spring
  boards; Stops; Tables: extension
 120v x 240v for, 95:16
 240-volt, 96:41
 120-volt
  reviewed, 96:36–51
 120-volt, reviewed, 96:36–51
 angles with
  shallow, 102:25
 angles with, shallow, 102:25
 arbor-washer flattening for, 96:24
 bases for
  mobile, 91:41
  mobile storage, 91:112
 benchtop, 95:49
 bevel gauge for, 94:66
 bevels on, 101:47, 103:72, 109:67, 109:71, 110:46
 big cheap, 108:18
 blade spacers for, 88:67, 88:70
 blade storage for, 85:44
 blades for
  dado, 86:53–56
 blades for, dado, 86:53–56
 blades of
  angle setter for, 85:32
  squaring, 92:78
 blast-gate lever for, 112:16
 cabinet
  reviewed, 88:28
 cabinet left-tilt
  reviewed, 93:30, 93:108
 cabinet left-tilt, reviewed, 93:30, 93:108
 cabinet, reviewed, 88:28
 choosing, 96:36–42
 cove moldings on, 103:12
 crosscut sled for, 87:37, 87:42–43, 89:58
 crosscut-sled stop for, 112:14
 dado sets for
  reviewed, 104:35
 dado sets for, reviewed, 104:35
 dadoes on, 85:94, 85:95, 89:86, 91:76, 92:50–51,
   92:53, 98:68–69
 dial-indicator tuneup for, 112:30
 drawers for, 101:66
 extensions for, 104:31
  board, 104:31, 104:70
  steel vs. cast-iron, 109:8
 featherboards for, 112:66–69
 features of, 90:91:90:107, 90:91:90:107,
   97:98–100
 grooves on
  gang cutting, 91:93
  stopped, 88:58
 grooves with
  angled, 103:70, 103:72
 grooves with, angled, 103:70, 103:72
 guards for
  dust-collecting, 88:34
  easy-mounting, 95:47
  overarm, 91:41
 hybrid, 95:44–45, 97:10
 inserts for
  zero-clearance, 88:67, 93:84, 100:26
 inserts for, zero-clearance, 88:67, 93:84, 100:26
 kerfing jig for, 93:83
 lap joints with, 92:56
 left-tilt, 95:46
  dado scale for, 110:18
 mobile base for, 87:94
 moldings on, 110:8
 notches with
  safely, 87:80
 notches with, safely, 87:80
 octagons on, 88:22
 parts sources for, 91:45
 prices of, 95:47
 rabbeting jig for, 94:66
 rabbets on, 89:58, 91:77, 91:91
 rail jig for, 109:65
 raised panels on, 95:34–40
 recommended 2003, 97:101
 resawing splitter for, 96:10
 rip fence-miter gauge use, 87:77
 ripping jig for, 91:84
 ripping on
  safely, 106:12
 ripping on, safely, 106:12
 router tables on, 85:30
 router-table extensions for, 92:73
 SawStop safety, 97:6
 shims for, 103:26
 sleds for, 106:75
  aluminum-shod, 101:16
  dado, 112:60–61
  gang-cutting, 93:64
  miter, 96:84–85
  small-piece, 93:82, 93:84
  tenoning, 101:18
 sliding-table
  reviewed, 104:46–50
 sliding-table, reviewed, 104:46–50
 splines on
  jig for, 88:50
 splines on, jig for, 88:50
 splitter for, 97:12
 splitters for, 91:40
 squeaking
  silencing, 91:14
 squeaking, silencing, 91:14
 storage rack for, 91:41
 storage under
  trays for, 87:98
 storage under, trays for, 87:98
 switches for, 95:48
 table insert for
  tape temporary, 85:22
 table insert for, tape temporary, 85:22
 tables of
  deflection in, 104:16
 tables of, deflection in, 104:16
 taper jig for, 88:78, 89:86, 100:25
 taper sled for, 103:62–63
 tapers on, 92:50, 92:53
 tenon jig for, 88:66–69, 88:71, 88:73
 tenons on, 103:71
 throat plates for, 95:29, 95:50–58
  with inserts, 106:24
  zero-clearance, 91:41
 types of, 90:105–106
 vibration with
  reducing, 91:41
 vibration with, reducing, 91:41
 wrenches for, 95:46
tablesaws
 accessory storage, 79:100
 adjusting and aligning, 39:22–39:25
  drive pulley, 60:22
  miter gauge, 9:18–9:19
  stalling and binding problems, 56:20,
    58:10–58:12 (addendum)
  tilt mechanism, 9:16–9:17
  tool sources, 39:25
  tools for, 43:33
  trunnions, 43:30–43:32
 angled corner joints on, 17:33–17:35
 arbor, bent, 9:17
 bevel gauge for, 47:30
 blade guards, 64:64–64:65, 66:14 correction
  sources, 83:74
 blade tilt, 83:76
 blades and cutters (See also circular saw blades)
  "ideal" height for, 65:18
  aligning, 9:14–9:16, 72:26
  bevel on, 13:24–13:27
  carbide, 13:23–13:29
  dust volume and, 80:68
  height-scale fence, 33:14
  knife edges on, 45:24
  metal-cutting, source for, 51:47
  molding heads, 60:40–60:43
  rip vs. combination, 53:12
  stabilizers for, 39:25
 boxes, making on, 14:18–14:23
 buyer's guide, 41:28–41:30, 48:28–48:32,
   49:32–49:38, 50:8, 55:40–55:46,
   62:124–62:130, 69:140–69:146,
   76:118–76:124, 83:72–83:76
  DeWalt DW746 reviewed, 75:91
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    63:46–63:53
 centered dado on, 43:24
 contractor type
  anatomy of, 39:23
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    63:46–63:53
  ripping hardwood, 68:22–68:24
 cove cutting
  pamphlet on, 42:14
  technique, 64:47–64:48, 66:14 correction
 crosscutting
  hold-down wedge for, 51:26
  stop for, 49:26
  tables for, 14:14–14:17, 40:31–40:32, 60:96,
    75:38–75:43, 78:17 correction
 developments in, 83:75
 dovetail cutting, 28:42
 dust collection for, 46:12–46:14, 80:66
  impact of blade selection, 80:68
 features and types, 41:29–41:30, 48:28–48:29,
   55:40–55:41, 62:124–62:125,
   69:140–69:141, 76:118–76:119, 83:72–83:73
 fences for (See tablesaw fences)
 gauge block, 17:10
 guards, aftermarket, buyer's guide, 36:64–36:67
 hands-free stop switch for, 38:28
 jigs for (See tablesaw jigs)
 kerfs, widening, 10:10
 miter gauges, sources, 83:74
 panel cutting on a, 53:10, 66:32
 push blocks and sticks for, 27:29, 39:18
 rip fence, aligning, 21:10, 58:10–58:12
 safety, 8:38, 27:28–27:31
  emergency first-aid, 64:67
  most common accidents, 64:62–64:66
 safety guards, 9:19
 sawdust bag for, 49:26
 sliding table attachments, Delta model reviewed,
   74:82–74:83
 spline miters on, 49:41
 splitter from scrap metal, 28:16
 stop blocks (See stop blocks)
 tearout prevention tips, 54:28, 77:8
 thin stock, and safety, 35:20
 tongue-and groove-joint on, 14:19–14:21
 tuning and maintenance, 9:14–9:19, 39:22–39:25,
   40:6, 43:30–43:32
 vibration control, 39:22–39:23
 zero-clearance inserts (See zero-clearance inserts,
   shop-made)
Tabletops. See also Machinery: tables for;
  Machinery: tables for
 attachment methods for, 94:64, 94:67, 98:84
  screw, 103:66
 attachment of, 108:52
 breadboard ends for, 108:51, 108:52, 108:56
 fasteners for
  metal, 94:64
 fasteners for, metal, 94:64
 for router table, 99:41, 99:42–43
 for workbenches, 105:46, 105:48–49
 making, 92:49–50, 108:54–56
 slots and buttons for, 87:78, 87:80
 slotted, 98:55, 98:57
 squaring up, 99:16
 wide boards for
  "creating," 106:55, 106:57
 wide boards for, "creating," 106:55, 106:57
tabletops
 dishing with a router, 29:27
 fastening, 4:39–4:41, 80:26
  with screw slots, 15:10
 lumber selection for, 74:76–74:79
 pieced, wood movement in, 34:40–34:41
 pocket screw holes to fasten, 2:13
 repairing dents in by steaming, 45:14
 thickening, 25:8
 warped, straightening, 32:10
Tack cloths
 finish contamination with, 86:10
Tack cloths, finish contamination with, 86:10
tack cloths, making, 10:6–10:7
tacks
 copper, source, 11:18
 extractor, 32:18
tagua nuts, source, 12:72, 19:11, 53:12, 64:57
Taig
 lathe
  recommended, 97:64
 lathe, recommended, 97:64
 mini-lathe
  recommended, 90:120
 mini-lathe, recommended, 90:120
talc, dendritic, 40:4
 source, 38:66
tambour
 doors, 77:86–77:92
 restoration technique, 57:16–57:18
 sizing C-curve slats, 77:90–77:92
 sizing S-curve slats, 77:88–77:89
 sources for canvas, 57:16
 sources for oak, 10:8
 sources for track system, 77:63
Tambours
 replacing
  tip for, 93:116
Tambours, replacing, tip for, 93:116
tansu handles, 12:46–12:47
Tape. See also Measuring tapes
 acid-free, 88:55
 clamping with, 89:71, 89:74
 dispenser for, 103:86
 double-faced
  for hinges, 93:88, 93:108
  source for, 87:65, 93:88, 93:108
  storage with, 104:29
 double-sided
  for assembly, 109:67, 109:68
  for jigs, 110:45
 double-sided, for assembly, 109:67, 109:68
 double-stick, 106:68
tape
 double-sticking, sources, 78:54, 79:56
 for Shaker chair seat, source, 1:30
 prescoring for convenience, 70:36
 using for glue-up, 53:31
 veneer, 58:49
 with no adhesive residue, 70:98, 70:100
tape cassette holders. See CD and tape holders and
  organizers
Tape measures
 with pencil holder, 110:14
tape measures, buyer's guide, 62:13, 63:12 correction
tape-measure holder, 31:12
tapering legs, 49:26
 on a jointer, 84:126
Tapers
 bandsawing, 110:61
 clamping, 89:74
 jig for, 89:86, 100:25, 107:53, 107:55, APR
   04:53, APR 04:55
 on bandsaw, 89:89
 on planers, 93:68
 on tablesaw, 93:66
  jig for, 88:78
 planing, 91:69
 sled for, 103:62–63
 tablesaw jig for, 92:50, 92:53
 with circular saw, 98:57
tapers
 drill-chuck, 13:6
 jig for making on tablesaw, 3:28, 51:30–51:33,
   57:39, 68:36
 jointer techniques, 6:48–6:51, 17:21–17:23,
   84:126
 planing, 63:32
 self-locking, 13:6
 types, 13:6
Taps
 using, 98:14, 98:72
taps and dies
 metal-threading, sources, 80:38
 wood-threading, sources, 5:45, 38:35 (See also
   threads)
Taps, using, 98:14, 98:72
Taylor Design Group
 Incra miter gauge
  reviewed, 88:32
Taylor Design Group, Incra miter gauge, reviewed,
  88:32
tazza (tiered table ornament), 49:64–49:65
teak
 characteristics and uses, 38:74, 61:88
 cleaning, 68:22
 source, 19:24
 using responsibly, 19:24
tearout
 avoiding in veneered plywood, 77:8
 in figured woods, controlling, 29:51, 50:12
 prevention tips, 54:28
tempering
 described, 56:83
 small, shop-made carving tools, 72:71
template routing
 making reverse-image templates, 57:67
 making templates, 51:45–51:46, 57:66
 technique described, 52:30
Templates
 fiberboard for, 105:29
 for cathedral doors, 111:56–58
 for rounding corners, 109:20
 making, 105:77, 106:66–70, 107:55, APR 04:55
 photocopies of, 104:22
 tape for, 87:61, 87:65, 106:68
 toggle clamps for, 93:70
 with router, 101:44
templates
 for carving letters, 60:32
 for inlay, on router, 7:26–7:30, 19:26–19:28,
   51:45–51:46
 for mortises, on plunge router, 13:39–13:40
 for rosettes, 31:47
 for sandblasting glass, 21:56
 for wire inlay, 51:45–51:46
 lettering, for drafting, 6:56
 making, 32:18
 materials for long lasting, 73:62
Tendick, Richard
 on picture frames, 109:69–73
 on router lift, 106:38–47
 on tools, 112:38–43
Tenons
 angled, 93:62–65
 calipers for, 109:36, 109:41
 fitting, 88:73, 88:74
 haunched, 92:50, 92:53, 92:54–55
 loose, 99:51, 99:52–53
  mortising for, 85:61
 mitered, 87:77
 old
  glue removal from, 103:51
 old, glue removal from, 103:51
 on tablesaw, 87:77, 103:71, 103:72–73
  jig for, 88:60–61
 round
  cutter for, 99:6
  rebuilding, 103:52
  turning, 106:52
 rounded
  making, 105:79, 105:82
 rounded, making, 105:79, 105:82
 shoulders for, 88:71–72, 88:74
 sizing, 105:86
 tablesaw jig for, 88:66–69, 88:71, 88:73, 92:53
 turned, 85:64
 with dozuki saw, 108:94
 with tablesaw, 107:72–74, APR 04:72–74
tenons. See also mortises
 design and dimension guidelines, 51:52–51:57,
   75:10
 divided (sometimes called double), 10:6, 51:54,
   51:55
 false, making, 56:71–56:72
 fox-wedged, separating, 37:16
 hand cut, 6:21–6:22
 haunched, 10:6, 12:23–12:26, 51:56
 laying out, 54:57
 on router, 3:25, 84:16
 on router table, 49:26
 separate (loose), 13:49
  design issues, 51:53, 51:57
  using for splayed legs, 51:40–51:43
 tablesaw
  cutting techniques, 24:59–24:63, 50:36
  jig for, 45:96, 54:57, 68:45, 73:67–73:69
 turning, stool legs, 3:47–3:48
 tusk, 64:52–64:55
 wedged, 13:39–13:41
 wedged-through, 51:55, 61:49
The New Yankee Workshop, book review, 10:58
The Practical Woodturner, review, 18:68
The Table Saw Book, review, 7:56
The Traditional Furniture Maker, review, 23:64
The Woodturner's Art, review, 4:54
thermometers, sources for, 57:16
thickness gauge
 buyer's guide, 62:13
 shop-made, 80:30
thickness planers
 anatomy and explanation of, 56:65, 56:68
 bed-roller shims, 4:10
 benchtop (also called portable)
  auxiliary bed for, 59:30
  buyer's guide, 25:30–25:34, 76:98
  reviewed and American Woodworker rated,
    56:64–56:69, 79:83–79:87
  sources for, 56:69
 buyer's guide, 41:38–41:39, 48:38–48:42,
   55:114–55:118, 62:132–62:138,
   69:116–69:122, 76:96–76:102
 choosing, 56:65
 depth gauge, shop-made, 45:22, 77:20
 dust collection improvements for, 80:62–80:63
 end-grain cutting boards on, 32:16
 features and types, 48:38–48:39, 48:39,
   55:114–55:115, 62:132–62:133,
   69:116–69:122, 76:96–76:97, 79:83–79:86
 feed speed, 68:22
 jig
  for jointing, 7:6
  for odd-shaped stock, 50:24
  for thin stock, 9:10
 knives
  back-beveling, 50:12
  grinding, 50:24, 54:10
  setting, 36:22
  sharpening, 12:8, 77:20
 outfeed rollers, shop-made, 26:12
 removable planer board for, 49:10
 rotating, 38:24
 smoothness of cut, factors that affect, 59:22
 surfacing on, 13:6–13:7
 thickness scale, shop-made, 52:20
 using, 25:34, 56:68
thicknessing, with hand tools, 15:35
Thinners. See Solvents
Thompson's Water Seal
 Advanced Wood Protector, 94:36
Thompson's Water Seal, Advanced Wood Protector,
  94:36
Threaded inserts
 drivers for, 86:14
 installing, 88:61
 source for, 87:94
threaded inserts
 installing, 81:10
 sources, 81:10
Threads. See Taps
threads. See also taps and dies
 cutting in metal, 77:23
 cutting in wood, 44:26

three: 3-4-5 square method, 73:61

three: 3M,
 cord clips, 98:32
 sandpaper, 96:29
through joints, 52:38–52:39, 52:40–52:42
tigerstripe figure. See figure
tiles, handmade Mexican, source, 26:10
timber. See lumber
Timber Wolf
 bandsaw blades
  recommended, 91:108–110
Timber Wolf, bandsaw blades, recommended,
  91:108–110
TimberKing
 sawmills, 112:77
Time-Shaver Tools, Inc.
 sanding block, 105:22
Time-Shaver Tools, Inc., sanding block, 105:22
tin panels
 shop-made, 8:79:77
 sources, 8:9, 79:77
tires, turning, for toys, 25:12
Titan
 sprayer TS40
  reviewed, 101:62–63
Titan, sprayer TS40, reviewed, 101:62–63
Tite, Jim, display stand, 45:56–45:57
Tite-Mark
 wheeled marking gauge
  reviewed, 93:37, 93:108
Tite-Mark, wheeled marking gauge, reviewed, 93:37,
  93:108
Tolpin, Jim
 creating plans for projects, 40:44–40:47
 generating bill of materials, 40:46–40:47
 joints for visual interest, 39:52–39:55
 making working drawings from photos, 40:46
 workshop layout, 69:15–69:19
Tongue and groove
 for frames, 98:80–83
tongue and groove
 edges, hand planing vs. routing, 45:44
 joints
  in boxmaking, 14:19–14:21
  on tablesaw, 14:19–14:21
 planes for, 45:42–45:45
  source, 9:8, 45:45
Tongue and groove, for frames, 98:80–83
Tongue-and-groove. See also Bits
 for web frames, 95:62, 95:64–69, 95:75
tool bag, canvas, review, 21:12
Tool bases
 mobile, 108:26
  with brakes, 86:26
Tool bases, mobile, 108:26
 with brakes, 86:26
tool cabinet
 designing, 10:44
 plans, 10:40–10:45
Tool caddies
 for drills, 105:90–94
 from PVC pipe, 111:64
Tool caddies, for drills, 105:90–94
tool chest
 designing a, 53:10–53:12
 five-drawer, source, 3:7
 flip-top, 73:108
 tool till for, 60:36–60:39, 63:12 correction
Tool chests. See also Cabinets: tool
 from bureaus, 108:73
 quick, 96:60–69
 rolling-cabinet
  building, 87:35
 rolling-cabinet, building, 87:35
tool collectors, groups for, 45:45, 61:39
tool manufacturers, buyer's guide to, 76:5
tool sources, 36:51–36:52
 chairmaking, 50:54, 58:20
 miniaturists and model makers, 52:12
 traditional Japanese woodworking tools, 59:63
 trifid foot, 38:47–38:51
 veiners, sharpening, 8:26
tool stand
 adjustable legs for, 77:23
 shop-made, 82:48–82:55
tool steel blanks, source, 49:12
tool till design and construction, 60:36–60:39, 63:12
  correction
tool tuning. See specific tool
tool-actuated switches, 80:71
tool-buying club, 39:10
toolboxes
 curved-top, 71:78–71:82
 Japanese, 47:58–47:59, 50:6
Tools. See also Batteries; Machinery; Racks
 battery-powered, 104:36–37
  kits of, 104:59–62
  performance of, 104:60–62
 buying
  guide to, 104:44–45
 buying, guide to, 104:44–45
 cable ties for, 94:30
 cordless
  combination sets of, 86:23
  kits of, 107:35, 111:46, APR 04:35
 cordless combo-
  reviewed, 91:28
 cordless combo-, reviewed, 91:28
 evaluation method for, 90:7
 evaluation of
  web site on, 90:9
 evaluation of, web site on, 90:9
 leverage for, 111:64
 peg board for, 95:92
 recommended
  2001, 92:104
 recommended, 2001, 92:104
 wiring safety for, 99:104
tools. See also antique tools
 buying by mail order, 22:59–22:61
 restoring, 46:10–46:12
 retempering, 56:82–56:83
tops (toy)
 self-winding, 63:60–63:61
 turned, 6:43, 18:62–18:64, 35:50–35:51, 36:6
   correction, 70:56–70:58
torches, working safely with, 72:69
Tormek
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:78, 89:80–81
Tormek, sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:78,
  89:80–81
torsion boxes
 design and construction, 63:67–63:71,
   82:50–82:52
 how they work, 75:32–75:33
Torsion-box construction
 for drill-press table, 86:112–114
 for shelves, 111:36–45
 for workbench, 89:33–43
tortiseshell, sources for, 56:18
Tosten sawmill, 18:55
tote, as proper name for a plane handle, 52:4
toulene, 50:72
Toys. See Banks; Puzzles
Toys Wooden, review, 6:58
Tradesman
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 miter saws
  reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 miter saws, reviewed, 90:64, 105:68–69
 scroll saws
  reviewed, 87:66–73
 scroll saws, reviewed, 87:66–73
 scrollsaws
  reviewed, 90:103
 scrollsaws, reviewed, 90:103
traditional tools and techniques. See antique tools;
  specific technique; specific tool
trains, machined parts for models, source, 8:9
Tramex
 moisture meters
  recommended, 94:88–89
Tramex, moisture meters, recommended, 94:88–89
Trammel points
 improvised, 92:80
trammel points
 buyer's guide, 62:16
 sources, 23:19
Trammel points, improvised, 92:80
transom joints, 52:38–52:39, 52:38–52:40
Transpower
 bandsaws
  reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 bandsaws, reviewed, 88:88–89, 90:26–27
 drill presses
  reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 86:68–75, 90:36–37
trastero, New Mexican style cupboard, 39:42–39:47
travishers, sources for, 50:54
Trays
 roll-out
  making, 85:92, 85:95
 roll-out, making, 85:92, 85:95
 serving, 103:68–75
trays
 breakfast-in-bed, 35:34–35:37
 Colonial silver, 67:46–67:47
 TV, and stands, 2:28–2:33
Treanor, Robert
 low-back Windsor chair, 50:48–50:54, 52:6
   correction
 Shaker sewing "counter," 37:35–37:39
 Shaker sewing stand, 27:50–27:54
 Shaker wall clock, 65:58–65:62
trebuchet, making, 63:62–63:66
treen, defined, 52:72
Trellis
 free-standing triangular, 94:74–76
Trellis, free-standing triangular, 94:74–76
Trellises
 materials list for, 86:51
 with seats
  building, 86:46–51
 with seats, building, 86:46–51
Trendlines. See Woodworker's Warehouse
triangle, cabinetmaker's, 79:75
trifid foot, carving, 38:47–38:51
Trim
 bull's-eye blocks
  making, 85:84
 bull's-eye blocks, making, 85:84
 casings
  fluted, 86:66
 casings, fluted, 86:66
 for cabinets, 101:45–46, 101:47
Trim Carpentry Techniques, review, 13:60
Triton
 Multi-Stand
  reviewed, 92:35
 Multi-Stand, reviewed, 92:35
 plunge router
  reviewed, 99:28
 plunge router, reviewed, 99:28
 router TRC001, 106:65
Triton Workshop Systems
 plunge drill, 111:48
Trolleys. See Tool bases
tropical wood
 certified, 19:80, 38:71
 conserving, 38:69
 glue for, 42:12
 hand plane from, 42:12
 sources for sustainably harvested and salvaged,
   60:20
 using ecologically, 38:68–38:71
Tru-Grip Clamp 'N' Tool Guide review and source,
  20:33
trugs, making, 58:43–58:45
try square
 buyer's guide, 62:14
 squaring, 22:6, 39:18, 40:4–40:6
Tsunesaburo (plane blade maker, father of Shodai),
  59:64
Tsunesaburo, Shodai (plane blade maker), 59:64
Tufftooth
 bandsaw blades
  reviewed, 91:110
Tufftooth, bandsaw blades, reviewed, 91:110
Tuller, Paul, furniture design, 42:49
tung oil, source, 8:35
tuning. See specific tool
tuning pegs, making, 16:35
tuning pins, source, 4:8
Turbinaire
 sprayer MiniPro 1135
  reviewed, 101:62–63
Turbinaire, sprayer MiniPro 1135, reviewed,
  101:62–63
TurboCad Deluxe
 reviewed, 109:84–85
TurboCad Deluxe, reviewed, 109:84–85
Turning. See also Indexing jigs
 chatter with, 99:12
 diameters for
  transferring, 85:65
 diameters for, transferring, 85:65
 disasters with
  repairing, 85:65
 disasters with, repairing, 85:65
 faceplate mounting for, 85:100
 gauges for
  go-no-go, 106:52
 gauges for, go-no-go, 106:52
 of bark
  glue aid for, 85:101
 of bark, glue aid for, 85:101
 of bed posts, 85:62–65
 of cylinders, 106:51
 of mortised stock, 85:61
 parting off, 85:103
 sanding
  hairdryer aid for, 85:101
  with powered disk, 85:102
 tracing
  jig for, 101:18
 tracing, jig for, 101:18
 wall thickness of
  viewing, 85:103
 wall thickness of, viewing, 85:103
turning. See also specific object
 antler, 65:52–65:53
 beads, 6:36–6:39
 blanks (See turning tools and supplies)
 bowls (See bowl turning)
 boxes (See boxes, turned)
 chatter from, 45:38–45:41
 chucks for (See jam chucks; lathe chucks; screw
   chucks)
 coves, 6:36–6:39
 cutters, shop-made, 16:18–16:23
 dendritic talc, 38:66–38:67
 driving with a dead center, 82:44
 duplicates
  clone disease (turning term), 59:47
  with a semaphore jig, 77:47
  with formed cutters, 16:18–16:24
  with story sticks, 77:48
 eccentric, 16:24
 foot-powered lathe techniques, 54:69
 half beads, 6:38
 half coves, 6:38
 half-round, matching, 24:10
 halves, 72:28
 history (bodgers), 8:36–8:41
 hollowing technique sequence, 61:58
 leaving a pommel, 82:44
 legs
  stools, 3:46–3:48
  table designs, 2:48
  table, basics of, 59:44–59:47, 82:42–82:46
  Windsor cradle, 9:22–9:26
 miniatures, 27:16–27:21
 minimizing scraper catches, 47:76
 mistakes, avoiding, 47:74–47:77
 paterae, tiny, 20:47–20:48
 plates (See plate turning)
 posts
  bed, 6:19–6:21
  chair, 1:24
  chair, "bent," 22:24–22:27
 reverse mounting, 74:24–74:32
 scraper, using, 47:75
 shearing cuts, how to make, 59:46
 speeds for large diameter, 7:8
 spheres, 81:18–81:23
 spindles and rails
  for quilt rack, 15:42–15:44
  for Windsor cradle, 9:23–9:26
  stool rungs, 3:46–3:48
 spirals, 73:28–73:35
 techniques for making clean cuts, 37:44
 techniques for making multiples, 82:42
 thin-walled vessels, 61:56–61:61
 tools and supplies for (See turning tools and
   supplies)
 tops (See tops (toy))
 toys, from Erzgebirge, 42:40–42:41
 yo-yos, 40:48–40:49
Turning tools
 gouges
  Irish grind for, 85:100
 gouges, Irish grind for, 85:100
 hollow vacuum, 103:32
turning tools and supplies. See also specific tool
 colored-dowel blanks, 26:32–26:35
 coring systems, reviewed, 70:70–70:71
 grinding, 49:12
 hooked, source for, 39:59
 miniature, 45:41, 47:76–47:77
 sharpening, 30:56–30:61, 31:4
 shop-made, 36:41, 67:28
 sources for, 5:8
  baseball bat billets, 78:12
  dead centers, 82:46
  live centers, 79:34
  tool rests, 82:46
Turntables
 workshop
  making, 94:90
Turntables, workshop, making, 94:90
TV swivels, sources for, 57:54–57:55
TV table, 59:52–59:53
TV trays and stand, 2:28–2:33
twca cam (traditional Welsh carving tool), 50:63
twelve-four: 12/4 stock, source, 49:48
twelve: 12-16-20 square method, 73:61
twenty-four: 24 Table Saw Projects, review, 7:56
twisting (propeller-shaped warp). See also bowing
  (warp along the grain); cupping (warp across
  the grain); warpage
 determining amount of, 54:16
 fixing, 50:16
two-part glue. See epoxy

 

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