46 - Utility Workbench, страница 3
ISSUE F 0 R T Y-SI X
Adjustable Shop Stool_6
It's easy to adjust this shop stool to a comfortable working height — just give the seat a spin. The secret is a shop-made wood "screw" that threads into the base of the stool.
Cutting Threads in Wood_12
There's nothing mysterious about cutting threads in wood. We show you how to cut threads by hand. Or you can rout the threads instead.
This utility workbench is ideal for those tough, dirty jobs around the house. It has a durable metal top that cleans up quickly. And a solid base provides plenty of storage.
Roll-Around Clamp Cart_24
Keep clamps and glue-up supplies handy with this roll-around cart. Custom-made hangers hold different types of clamps securely yet still provide quick, easy access.
Our readers offer their own shop-tested tips dealing with some of the most common woodworking problems.
Useful tips for building projects in this issue — how to rabbet long pieces, drill angled holes, and cut perfectly round disks.
Too! Talk _30
Tips and talk about the tools of our trade. In this issue, we take a look at saw blade stabilizers and extension cords.
Information and mail-order sources for the hardware and supplies used to build the projects in this issue.
Cutting Threads page 12
Utility Workbench page 16
Clamp Cart page 2J+