Popular Woodworking 2005-12 № 152, страница 8
PROJECTS, TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
Authentic Shaker Construction Methods
You might think you know the Shakers, but get ready to reconsider that notion. Furniture maker Kerry Pierce turns over the tables and goes inside the cabinets in Pleasant Hill, Ky., and makes some unexpected revelations.
by Kerry Pierce
Casework Construction: Case Joinery
Before you assemble your next cabinet, learn to select the right joint for every kind of carcase. We explore which joints are good, better and best for face-frame cabinets and frameless cabinets.
61 Best New Tools of 2005
Every year we publish a completely biased and unapologetic list of the tools our editors tend to hide from their co-workers.
Constructing Lipped Drawers
Building traditional lipped drawers is straightforward once you know the trick to sizing your parts and fitting things before assembly. by Lonnie Bird
70 14.4-volt Drills
They're bigger, but are they better? We help you decide if you should replace your smaller cordless drill with a 14.4v model.
76 The Anvil Test
We dropped anvils on 10 different joints. Yes, it was juvenile and fun. But our simply smashing test also revealed interesting lessons about joint design and glue strength.
80 Chair Devils
This easy-to-make scraper will help you refine the shape of chair spindles and other round work. by Kathy Somerville & Larry Diegel