A preview of articles from
Issue #147, March 2003
of WOOD® magazine
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projects & techniques
pipe-and bar-clamp blocks
Let a few scraps of hardwood and hardboard remove the hassle from gluing up panels.
Build one or more pieces of this set that includes a pastry board, rolling pin, and wall rack.
Kids will love it to pieces.
An instant heirloom...or just make the sideboard base.
Maintaining clean, gap-free corner joints when installing moldings around three or even four sides of a carcase or panel can be tricky. Here’s a fail-safe method that’ll handle both situations.
Save money making your own thin stock and veneer. Here’s how. . . one slice at a time.
When you’re cleaning, refinishing, or thinning, pour out the right chemicals to get the job done.
Topics: Our bulletin board for letters, comments, and timely updates; The skinny on locating thin lumber; Daughters reward woodworking dad; Mobile storage cart gets rolling quickly; Cypress lumber - round two; Stanley adjustable sawhorse update; More hints for working with plastic.
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Topics: Revive your zero-clearance insert; Know the true grit at a glance; Grinder drain no longer a pain; Inset doors just two blocks away; Pull the plug - undo the screw; Here's one low-down storage solution; Pipe-clamp clips prevent rollover; Use a little glue - hold a little screw; Improve the leverage of an allen wrench; Plug-cutting jig is flush with success.
Topics: Wide tenons need special treatment; Lauan looks lovely - with a little help; Dirty boards make dull planer knives; If you can't joint it - rip it; Drill the pilot hole - then the shank; How do you glue wood to melamine?
ahead in our next issue
Gardener's gateway, Pretty planter; 4-piece desk set; Arts & Crafts table lamp; Power planer showdown; Pen-turning primer; Made in Utah