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IN EVERY ISSUE
18 Are Dados a Good Casework Joint?
Dados alone stink. Learn several good ways to reinforce this popular joint. Plus, choose grits wisely when power sanding plywood and buy the best mortising chisels.
22 Lamp Caddy a Brilliant Idea
tricks of the trade
Build a cheap, adjustable and portable light pedestal for benchtop work. Plus, a better way to light your whole shop, a trick to measure circumference and many more.
34 Ray Iles Mortising Chisels
New traditional English mortising chisels will make you think twice before firing up your power mortiser. Plus, Amana's better countersinks and new KIK Forstner bits.
38 Jet 14" Band Saw
Manufacturers love to offer extra features on band saws. But getting the machine's basics right is most important and that's why Jet's band saw is a mainstay.
40 The Plane My Brother Is
arts & mysteries
Years ago cabinetmakers frequently used the broad hatchet when preparing stock. Here's how and why you should incorporate this chopper into your modern shop. by Adam Cherubini
92 A School Built to Thrive and Last
Peter Korn has created a non-profit woodworking institution in Maine with a focus on student creativity. by Scott Gibson
100 Building Glazed Doors
Most cope-and-stick bits can produce frames that will house glass as well as wood panels. Here's how to do it. by Bill Hylton