2014 Workshop Projects - Summer 2014 (Special Interest Publication)

For most woodworkers, the best room in the house might not even technically be in the house: it is, of course, the workshop. And the Woodworker's Journal publication Workshop Projects and Techniques has some great resources for all the fun to be had in that special place.Make your machines more versatile or more accurate with jigs and fixtures like a benchtop fixture for the belt sander, a miter gauge clamping jig, and more. Upgrade your shop skills with techniques articles on topics like how to make doors with perfect miters, 10 ways to use featherboards, and 12 shop uses for magnets. And add to your workshop fun both now and later by building projects, like a downdraft sanding cart, an ultimate planer cart, or more, that you can actually use in the shop.Included Plans: A Jig for All Reasons Adjustable Tenoning Jig Cylindrical and Round Object Drilling Jig Benchtop Fixture for a Belt Sander Shop-Made Bandsaw Fence Miter Gauge Clamping Jig Downdraft Sanding Cart Mortising Machine Stand Turned Multi-bit Screwdriver Ultimate Planer Cart Swing-out Panel Storage Plus More Tips and Tricks

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For most woodworkers, the best room in the house might not even technically be in the house: it is, of course, the workshop. And the Woodworker's Journal publication Workshop Projects and Techniques has some great resources for all the fun to be had in that special place.Make your machines more versatile or more accurate with jigs and fixtures like a benchtop fixture for the belt sander, a miter gauge clamping jig, and more. Upgrade your shop skills with techniques articles on topics like how to make doors with perfect miters, 10 ways to use featherboards, and 12 shop uses for magnets. And add to your workshop fun both now and later by building projects, like a downdraft sanding cart, an ultimate planer cart, or more, that you can actually use in the shop.Included Plans: A Jig for All Reasons Adjustable Tenoning Jig Cylindrical and Round Object Drilling Jig Benchtop Fixture for a Belt Sander Shop-Made Bandsaw Fence Miter Gauge Clamping Jig Downdraft Sanding Cart Mortising Machine Stand Turned Multi-bit Screwdriver Ultimate Planer Cart Swing-out Panel Storage Plus More Tips and Tricks

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