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Wachnicki, David, shop-made spokeshave,
  67:42–67:45
Wagner
 moisture meters
  recommended, 94:88–89
 moisture meters, recommended, 94:88–89
 sprayers
  reviewed, 101:62–63
 sprayers, reviewed, 101:62–63
wagons, sources for plans, 63:16
Wajszczuk, Joe
 hot box for glues and finishes, 47:49
 mail-order workbenches, 55:8–55:11
 shop heaters, 47:46–47:49
 tenoning jig, 45:96, 54:57
 tenoning on a tablesaw, 54:56–54:57
Walentine, Ellis
 bookmatching, 42:79–42:80
 combination machines, buyer's guide, 29:35–29:41
 double-duty sawhorse, 38:96
 finishes and finishing
  finish for drawers, 29:10–29:12
  finishing with ammonia, 32:46
  oil-varnish blend finish, 35:32–35:33
  Stickley finish, 32:46
 flattening a benchtop, 32:28–32:29
 furniture by
  carved coffee table, 40:34–40:39
  compact-disc cabinet, 42:78–42:81
  desk caddy, 33:29–33:31
  display cabinet, 28:31–28:35
  freestanding cheval mirror, 31:48–31:53
  medicine cabinet, 47:42–47:45
  nesting tables, 57:37–57:39
 furniture design, 42:47
 hinging screens, 42:12
 on James Krenov, 32:54, 47:60–47:65
 reviews "quiet" saw blades, 34:46–34:47
 routers and routing
  anti-kickback bits, 33:53
  ellipse jig for, 31:31–31:35
  making mullions, 31:8–31:10
  router storage cabinet, 33:48–33:49
  safety, 33:46–33:47
 spokeshaves, 35:60–35:63
  tuning and using, 35:62
 straightening a warped tabletop, 32:10
 tablesaws
  alignment tools, 43:33
  safety, 27:28–27:31
 veneer press, shop-made, 40:37
 wooden knife hinges, 42:81
Walker, Celeste perrino, 54:112
wall organizer, 23:58–23:61
Walnut
 Californian
  qualities of, 87:108
  source for, 87:108
walnut
 characteristics and uses, 34:72, 57:74
 color matching old, 75:63
 coloring mismatched, 75:64
 finishing, 71:24, 75:60–75:64, 77:109
 sawdust as fertilizer, 49:6
 sources, 75:37
Walnut, Californian
 qualities of, 87:108
 source for, 87:108
Walters, Trish
 garden trug, 58:43–58:45
 lovespoons, 50:62–50:63
wane-edged lumber. See natural-edge wood
wardrobe, with secret compartments, 51:50
Warner, Patrick
 display cabinet, 15:19
 half-lap miters, with router, 2:43–2:45
 routing patches, 21:42–21:43
 sticking router bits, 36:14
 trimming veneer with a router, 36:14–36:16
warpage. See also bowing (warp along the grain);
  cupping (warp across the grain); twisting
  (propeller-shaped warp)
 in plywood, cause of, 43:4
 in wood, coping with, 39:61, 46:22
washi (rice paper), source for, 60:63
Wasserman, Pinchas, using prewoven cane,
  71:56–71:60
waste, hazardous shop. See also volatile organic
  compounds (VOCs)
 disposal, 31:64–31:66
 small business emissions guidelines, 40:20
water-cooled grinders, 8:23, 30:49–30:51
 buyer's guide, 48:106–48:108
 features and types, 48:106–48:107
waterborne "oil" finishes, 49:70
waterborne or water-based finishes. See also spray
  painting
 advantages of, 20:16–20:17
 applying, 20:18–20:19, 29:68–29:70, 49:70,
   53:59, 78:107
 bubbles in, preventing, 27:10, 32:10–32:12, 77:111
 polyurethane (See under polyurethane)
 sources, 20:21
 types, 20:20, 49:68, 53:60
  review of 35 kinds, 49:66–49:70
 vs. solvent-based finishes, 20:17–20:21
Waterloo Industries
 modular workstations
  reviewed, 91:33
Waterloo Industries, modular workstations,
  reviewed, 91:33
waterstone. See under sharpening stones
Watson, Dennis
 curved-top mirror, 6:30–6:33
 folding trays and stand, 2:28–2:33
Watson, Eugene, trapezoid box, 65:48–65:51
Watts, Simon
 bench grinder vibration, 34:12–34:14
 Blue Ox Millworks, 37:56–37:58
 canoe projects compared, 20:42–20:43
 cutting dovetails on tablesaw, 28:42
 enxo, history and use of, 19:64–19:65
 flattening and thicknessing by hand, 39:62
 furniture and projects
  child's crib, 14:41
  doweled bookshelf, 28:40–28:43
  knockdown cradle, 27:24–27:27
  mallet made from scrapwood, 26:31
  mirror and table ensemble, 51:58–51:61
  wall clock, 15:52
  wine rack, 7:24–7:25
  wood-and-canvas chair by Grew-Sheridans,
    38:63–38:65
 hand tools, 41:22–41:25
 lapstrake canoe, 66:69–66:71
 Ming Dynasty furniture, 47:57
 mortises and mortising
  machine-cut mortises, 26:24–26:27
  sharpening hollow-chisel mortiser, 26:27
 on Yeung Chan, 32:40–32:41
 Opinel knives, history of, 53:42–53:43
 planes
  block planes, 5:26–5:28
  brazing old planes, 43:12
 reviews Zeta saw, 27:27
 spokeshave, tuning, 4:24–4:26
 surfacing with a scraper, 9:40–9:42
 Tosten sawmill, 18:55
 Viking period furniture, 23:26–23:27
 Viking ships, 23:29
 workbenches, 41:25
Wax
 black
  making, 85:81
 black, making, 85:81
 holder for, 86:14
wax
 beeswax (See beeswax)
 colored paste, sources for, 54:18
 finishes, 37:24
  food-safe, 37:76
  maintaining, 53:70
  power waxing technique, 57:28
  suitability of, 52:70–52:72
 finishing with shoe-polish wax, 66:22
 lubricating machines with, 51:26
 safety tips, 52:72
 shelf life of, 43:16
Waxes
 solvent for, 88:20
Waxes, solvent for, 88:20
Wayland, Bob, speakers, 75:54–75:59
weapons
 laminated hunting bow, 32:48–32:51
 medieval siege engine, making, 63:62–63:66
 sources of information on, 63:66
weaving, rocker seat, 47:82
web. See internet
web frames, in case construction, 74:51–74:52,
  77:60–77:61
Web sites
 carving, 101:26
 for period furniture makers, 88:8
 on tool evaluation, 90:9
Weber, Don, 8:36–8:41
 blind-wedged tenon joints, 37:16
 bodger's shaving horse, 14:36
 dowel-sizing plate, 40:63
 foot-powered lathe, 54:68–54:71, 60:14 correction
 hay rake, 40:61–40:64
 rounder planes, 40:63
 tine cutter, 40:63
wedge nail joint, 47:56
Wedges
 on tablesaw, APR 04:74–76, APR 04:78
Wedges, on tablesaw, 107:74–76, 107:78
Weed, Walker T. III, hand-cutting through-dovetails,
  19:51–19:55
Weegar, Andrew, making and using a scratch stock,
  37:67–37:69
weighing and measuring equipment, sources for,
  57:43
weight, design issues for supporting, 75:75–75:79
Weights
 bricks as
  plastic-coating, 112:19
Welter, David, 14:15
 polishing with a plane, 9:44–9:46
 sawhorses, 52:51
wenge, characteristics and uses, 44:86
Wengert, Eugene, drying thick slabs, 24:6
Wentz, Gary
 on entertainment center, 107:48–55, APR 04:48–55
 on miter joints, 108:62–65
 on speaker stand, 109:63–68
Wentz, Mac
 on furniture repair, 103:48–55
 on kitchen drawers, 102:36–41
Wentz, Max
 on boxes, 105:52–57
Wentz, Max, on boxes, 105:52–57
Westberg, Daniel, reviews Woodchuck Indexing
  System, 28:76
western alder. See alder
wet grinders. See water-cooled grinders
Weyerhaeuser
 Lyptus wood
  reviewed, 102:31
Weyerhaeuser, Lyptus wood, reviewed, 102:31
Wharton Esherick Museum, 12:38–12:41
wheelbarrow, child's, 2:38–2:42
wheels
 for toys
  cutting, 5:10, 12:8
  sanding, 5:10, 37:24
  sources for, 53:12, 63:16
  spoked replicas, making, 8:53–8:56
 jig for making spoked replicas, 8:55
 laminated, 2:39
 layout for, 2:39
 sources, 53:12, 70:26
whirligigs
 fasteners, 7:33
 parts, 7:32
 plans, 7:31–7:37
whistles
 turning a, 75:20–75:28, 78:17 correction
 whittling a, 52:60–52:61, 60:8
white beech. See beech
white glue
 characteristics and uses, 10:47
 quick-set technique, 54:28
 vs. yellow, 3:6
white oak
 characteristics and uses, 66:74
 decay resistance compared to red oak, 81:8
white woods, finishing and color, 66:60–66:61
Whitesel, Thad, antique tools and restoration,
  83:46–83:50
Whitley, Robert
 profile of, 65:76–65:77
 workbench, 65:36–65:41
whittling
 a flower bouquet, 57:56–57:57
 a peg rack, 73:64–73:66
 a stick whistle, 52:60–52:61, 60:8
 equipment, sources, 73:66
Wichman, William, shop-made infeed/outfeed cart,
  43:38–43:40
wicker, 6:6
 sources for, 52:12
Wiebe, Bruce
 accessories for power tools, 76:6–76:8
 assembly table, 84:74–84:78
 gluing miter joints, 72:46–72:51
Wight sawmill, 27:36–27:39
Wilke Machinery
 bandsaw BW-14WBS, 106:23
Wilke Machinery, bandsaw BW-14WBS, 106:23
Wilkes, Ralph
 Aeolian wind harp, 16:32
 Chinese plant stand, 22:28–22:29
 picture frame, 11:52–11:54
 turned mirror, 32:34–32:36
Wilkinson, R.S.
 blanket chest, 56:38–56:43, 58:14 correction
 Hepplewhite reproduction side table, 44:50–44:53
 hide glue, 65:54–65:56
William and Mary style, 16:56
Williamson, Hugh, dovetail splines, 18:56–18:57
Wilson, Fiona Armas
 art deco desk clock, 19:66–19:68
 candle box, 27:33–27:35
 contemporary four-poster bed, 21:36–21:41
 reviews Jacobs Hand-Tite Keyless Chuck, 20:32
 wooden smoothing plane, 6:23–6:29
 wooden-creature sculptures, 28:44–28:45
wind harp, Aeolian, 16:32
wind instruments. See musical instruments
winding sticks, 15:31–15:33, 39:62, 54:16, 62:12
Windows. See also Glazing
 glass-panel
  bits for, 92:32
 glass-panel, bits for, 92:32
 sashes for
  making, 106:10
 sashes for, making, 106:10
 storm
  making, 106:10
 storm, making, 106:10
Windsor chairs
 anatomy of, 50:49
 books about, 50:52
 low-back chair plans, 50:48–50:54, 52:6 correction
 side chair plans, 24:18–24:24
Windsor style
 books about, 9:20
 cradle plans, 9:22–9:27
 quilt rack plans, 15:41–15:44
wine rack, 7:24–7:25
winter beech. See beech
wire managers, for cabinets, 57:55
wire supports, for shelves and partitions, 57:52–57:53
 source, 57:55, 66:22, 77:70
Wiring. See also Lamps
 cord organizers for, 98:32
 grooves for, 98:84
 outlet extenders for, 88:79
 outlets with
  suspended, 100:30
 outlets with, suspended, 100:30
wiring
 a mobile workstation, 61:78, 63:12 (safety note)
 inserting in wall, technique, 42:28
 polarity in, 17:44
 shop, 12:6, 14:4, 17:4–17:5, 22:6
 voltage considerations, 12:6, 17:4–17:5,
   52:12–52:14, 61:18, 63:12
women in woodworking, 49:59–49:63
Wood. See also Grain; Knots; Lumber; Lumber racks
 allergies to, 99:18
 CD on, 99:36
 curly
  discussed, 92:38
  finding, 92:40, 92:43
  finishing, 92:46–47
  matching, 92:42–43
  planing, 92:44–45
 exotic
  source for, 87:89
 exotic, source for, 87:89
 green
  sources for, 85:98
  turning, 85:98–103
 pressure-treated
  and paint, 86:48
 pressure-treated, and paint, 86:48
 rays of, 102:84, 102:85, 102:88
 source for, 87:78
 storage for, 92:100
 vs. plywood, insert
 warp in
  preventing, 88:8
 warp in, preventing, 88:8
wood. See also lumber
 bleaching, 45:72–45:74, 72:34–72:38
 certification and sustainable sources, 38:71
 colored, source, 40:18
 conserving, 38:69
 databases, 35:100, 40:20
 dimensioning, 39:60–39:64
 dust, putty mixture from, 37:20
 ecological use of, 38:68–38:71
 flattening and thicknessing by hand, 39:62
 for lumber, 21:45
 glue, thinning, 43:24
 identifying, 84:9
 rigidity and strength of, 75:79–75:80, 75:83
 slabs, cutting and drying, 43:59
 sources for sustainably harvested and salvaged,
   60:20
wood characteristics and handling tips. See green
  wood; specific process; specific species
Wood chips
 as mulch, 92:12
Wood chips, as mulch, 92:12
Wood drying. See also Kilns
 air, 94:82–84
 indoors, 96:12
 process of, 94:50–55
 stickers for, 94:51–52, 94:84
Wood Dynamics
 throat plates, 95:29
Wood Dynamics, throat plates, 95:29
wood figure. See figure
wood filler
 American Woodworker tests, 59:56
 features, 59:54–59:55
 hiding under a finish, 60:47
 how to get great results with, 59:57
 making, 84:30
 sources for, 13:56, 59:57, 78:54, 79:10
 using, 13:56, 45:16, 74:13
Wood Finishing with Frank Klausz, review, 15:58
Wood Joiner's Handbook, review, 22:64
Wood Lathe & Accessories, review, 14:68
Wood moisture. See also Kilns
Wood movement
 reference wheel for, 97:10
wood movement, 34:38–34:43
 and relative humidity, 34:42
 designing around, 4:40–4:41, 34:40
 in case construction, 34:41
  effect on attached moldings, 54:18
 in cross-grain construction, 34:40–34:42, 75:19
 in flatsawn boards, 34:42
 in frame-and-panel construction, 34:39–34:41
 in miter joints, 34:41–34:43
 in mortise-and-tenon joints, 34:39–34:41,
   51:52–51:57
 in pieced tabletops, 34:40–34:41
 in quartersawn lumber, 4:18–4:19, 4:39–4:40
 in sliding dovetails, 15:25–15:26
 in solid-panel construction, 2:10
 in tabletops, 4:39–4:41
 plywood, 8:6
 reducing, 39:64
 screws and, 68:20
Wood movement, reference wheel for, 97:10
wood putty. See wood filler
Wood Repair, Finishing, Refinishing, review, 10:58
wood selection and layout. See design
Wood Tek
 drill press CH18NF
  reviewed, 86:68–75
Wood Tek, drill press CH18NF, reviewed, 86:68–75
wood threading sets, sources, 5:45, 38:35
Wood, Richard
 replicas of old tools, making, 33:56–33:57
 tools from the Mary Rose, 33:55–33:56
Wood-Mizer
 sawmills, 112:77
Woodcraft
 mobile base 144813, 107:60, 107:64, APR 04:60,
   APR 04:64
 Nova Lathe, 95:33
Woodcraft Supply
 drill-press hold-down
  reviewed, 86:20
 drill-press hold-down, reviewed, 86:20
 lubricant PG2000, 108:20
woodcuts
 making, 25:54–25:58
 supplies for, source, 25:58
Woodfast
 lathe C1000
  recommended, 98:95, 98:96–97
Woodfast, lathe C1000, recommended, 98:95,
  98:96–97
woodgraining. See also grain painting
 for crotch mahogany look, 42:43
 for curly maple look, 42:43
 techniques, 42:42–42:46
 tools, 42:44
Woodhaven
 dovetail jig
  recommended, 90:119
 dovetail jig, recommended, 90:119
 featherboards
  reviewed, 98:38
 featherboards, reviewed, 98:38
 miter gauge, 95:31
 miter gauges
  recommended, 90:108, 90:120
 miter gauges, recommended, 90:108, 90:120
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
 router tables
  reviewed, 92:70–73
 router tables, reviewed, 92:70–73
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87
 router-table plate, reviewed, 85:87
Woodmaster
 drum sander 2675
  recommended, 97:45
  reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:47, 93:50–51
Woodmaster, drum sander 2675
 recommended, 97:45
 reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:47, 93:50–51
WoodRat
 mortise and tenon jig
  reviewed, 104:83
WoodRat, mortise and tenon jig, reviewed, 104:83
Woodstock
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
Woodstock, router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
Woodtek
 air cleaners
  reviewed, 103:82–83
 air cleaners, reviewed, 103:82–83
 bandsaw 118-199
  reviewed, 111:76, 111:78–79
 drill presses
  reviewed, 90:36–37
 drill presses, reviewed, 90:36–37
 drum sander, 97:42
 drum sander 959-801
  reviewed, 93:39, 93:44, 93:50–51
 drum sander 959-801, reviewed, 93:39, 93:44,
   93:50–51
 dust collectors
  reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust collectors, reviewed, 90:46–47
 dust-collection upgrades, 96:32
 jointers
  reviewed, 90:54–56
 jointers, reviewed, 90:54–56
 lathe 829-806
  reviewed, 98:96–97
 lathe 829-806, reviewed, 98:96–97
 mortisers
  recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 mortisers, recommended, 90:72–73, 90:121
 planer 115-946
  reviewed, 100:86–87
 planer 115-946, reviewed, 100:86–87
 planers, 90:76
  reviewed, 108:46, 108:48–49
 sharpening machines
  reviewed, 89:80–81
 sharpening machines, reviewed, 89:80–81
 tablesaw 109-349, 96:38, 96:48, 96:50–51
Woodturning: A Foundation Course, review,
  24:64–24:66
Woodworker's
 Tape-Rule, 95:29
Woodworker's Choice
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
 router table, reviewed, 92:70–71
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87, 85:89
 router-table plate, reviewed, 85:87, 85:89
 router-table plates
  recommended, 90:123
 router-table plates, recommended, 90:123
Woodworker's Dictionary, review, 17:66
Woodworker's Guide to Woodturning, review, 6:58
Woodworker's Supply
 router-table plate
  reviewed, 85:87
Woodworker's Supply, router-table plate, reviewed,
  85:87
Woodworker's Warehouse
 router table
  reviewed, 92:70–71
Woodworker's Warehouse, router table, reviewed,
  92:70–71
Woodworker's, Tape-Rule, 95:29
Woodworkers Alliance for Rainforest Protection
  (WARP), 17:80, 38:70–38:71, 46:16
woodworking goofs, 83:132
woodworking guilds
 finding, 57:6
 starting, 32:30–32:34
woodworking in 18th-century America, 46:33–46:35
Woodworking Joints-An Illustrated Handbook,
  review, 22:64
Workbenches. See Tables: assembly; Tables:
  assembly; Tables: folding shop; Tables: folding
  shop
 2x4s-plywood, 89:33–43
 adjustable-height
  reviewed, 93:32, 93:108
 adjustable-height, reviewed, 93:32, 93:108
 bases for
  wheeled, 91:114
 bases for, wheeled, 91:114
 bench slaves for, 104:20
 building, 105:42–51
 cover holder for, 105:18
 heights for, 111:12
 hold-down for, 97:16
 light holder for, 105:36
 lumber storage under, 92:100
 simple
  building, 87:35–36
 simple, building, 87:35–36
 Work-Mate
  as tool base, 98:42
 Work-Mate, as tool base, 98:42
workbenches, 41:25
 add-ons and accessories, 55:12–55:13
 asymmetrical clamping on, 60:32
 benchtop
  extension, 36:22, 64:30
  flattening, 32:28–32:29
  shop-made, 75:47–75:48
  sources, 49
 bodger's shaving horse, 14:36–14:40
 buyer's guide, 55:8–55:11
 child's, 30:27–30:29
 choice of wood, 10:6, 58:39
 construction drawings, 18:46–18:50, 58:38, 65:38,
   65:40–65:41
 cord manager for, 63:34
 dog holes in, planning, 24:12
 features of good, 58:37
 flattening the top, 58:40, 59:8
 fold down, 67:30
 from an old door, 82:34
 height, determining, 46:12, 58:37, 58:39
 Japanese sawhorse, 12:48–12:52
 knockdown, multipurpose, 34:20
 machine, 40:26
 plywood-top, 42:33–42:35
 sizing, 58:37, 58:39
 stop blocks for
  flip-up, 56:08
  from old deadbolt, 79:16
 wedged-base, 75:44–75:49
 work zones on, 58:36–58:37
Working in Wood, review, 22:64
workshop
 accessories, 55:18–55:23
 cabinets for, 71:42–71:47
 cold floors in, 51:26
 dust collection in, 41:16–41:18
 emergency first-aid kit for, 64:67
 first aid for, 27:32
 flexible shelving, 67:96
 heating, 27:10
 intercom for, 40:24
 layouts, 41:13–41:15, 69:15–69:19
 lighting in, 30:22–30:26, 41:16
 location, 41:12–41:13
 maximizing space in small, 68:34, 77:18,
   78:46–78:51, 81:37
 noise and health dangers, 26:48–26:51, 80:104
 outfitting, 41:4–41:8, 55:18–55:23
  for less than $3,000, 83:42–83:45
  measuring, marking, and layout tools,
    62:12–62:17
 rolling cabinet for, 64:33–64:39, 72:79–72:83
 safety in, 41:18
 setup, 41:12–41:18, 69:16–69:19
Workshops. See also Cabinets: shop; Cabinets: shop;
  Storage
 dust-control shades for, 108:76
 insurance for, 103:18
 modular stations for
  reviewed, 91:33
 modular stations for, reviewed, 91:33
 noise insulation for, 99:14
workstations
 assembly table, shop-made, 61:75–61:81, 63:12
   (safety note), 81:62–81:65, 84:74–84:78
 casters, mounting options, 70:22
 collapsible, 77:120, 78:49
 easy-to-stow add-on, 79:17
 mobile machine caddy, 77:18
world wide web. See internet

 

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