Popular Woodworking 2009-10 № 178, страница 2
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-- OCTOBER 2009 -—
32 Benchtop Table Saws
We tested five new-generation benchtop table saws (each has a riving knife). Find out which ones make the cut.
by glen d. huey
With just basic lathe skills and some angled drilling, you can make a handsome and comfortable Windsor stool.
BY MicHAEL DuNBAR
46 Tiny Teeth Tame Tear-out
Your can avoid tear-out - even in highly figured wood - simply by using a toothed blade in your handplane.
BY DENEB PUCHALSKI
50 Understanding Glues: Part 2
How to choose the right glue, prepare the wood and clamp the joint to get the best results.
BY MARC ADAMS
Scholars disagree on the original use for this piece - regardless, it's a simple heirloom project for you to practice your inlay and lathe skills.
BY GLEN D. HUEY
63 How Sandpaper is Made
We visit a manufacturing facility to get the nitty-gritty on how sandpaper is made (and it involves magic tricks!).
BY CHRISTOPHER SCHWA RZ
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