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Whenever you pull the tape from right to left to make a mark. We've all thrown a large piece of plywood down on a couple of sawhorses when we need a temporary bench. Inside the cradle. Power tools. When cutting slots in a picture frame. The numbers on their Rl tape run the other way-rightside up.

The jig consists of a large V-shaped cradle mounted on a large bed. When cutting multiple slots in a box. I'd prefer lines that run all the way across the rule for the times that I pull the tape in the opposite direction. The bar's width is adjustable. Spline Jig. The rest of the jig's parts are made from expanded PVC. If you're right-handed. I don't think I'll be measuring in centimeters anytime soon!

You've probably become used to this arrangement. They slide right over your horses. The bed has a bar that slides in your tablesaw's miter slot. Its smooth surface slides easily across a aw. Having only a single bar. Think about it. This jig from Eagle America makes it very easy to cut the slots for those splines. I'd like the tape a whole lot better.

R1 Tape Measure. Cut a couple of 2x4s. But there wa another outcome as well. But one thing that make Brandon unique i hi nearlo of one of tho e hand and how that factored into his decision to dedicate himself to woodworking. Brandon received the " tar of De ign" award for product de ign from L. Brandon grew up in the mall town of Olla. Brandon made a deal GlassSeriesNo. The next thin I knew I wasn't pu hing the board and my hand was hot.. I was going to do something incredible.

During the day after the accident. Brandon Morri on works with hi hands. If he could make it through one of the wor t cenario in woodworking.. From LA. I was going to set the world on fire.

He worked for the likes of Billy Bob Thornton. I ot the same great ru h I'd gotten when playing mu ic and began thinking. After the band moved to Lo Angele to record and play. I'd chain pieces to a porch po tat night o people wouldn't steal them. David pade. William Shatner and the former chairman of Paramount Picture. While some aspiring actor pay the bills and make important Hollywood connections working as waiter. Wood Series No. Even though he landed a bit part or two.

Brandon accomplished the e mi ion b working as a handyman through a Hollywood hardware tore. I can do that. In high chool Brandon pulled together a band and wa determined to be a rock tar. Using a tablesaw was intoxicatin. But Jo ing one dream awakened another. I rri on explain.

The flowing curve and peaked grill of a '41 Chry ler coupe inspired Brandon ' Kalifomia Rocker ee photo. He has one pace dedicated to hea''' machinen. He named his fledgling business whyrHymer-a Loui iana dialectal twist of his family' dog's breed: A picture of a keleton inspired his Wood Series No.

While orne of hi pieces have a ]arne Krenov. Brandon is equally independent when it comes to design. Many of his pieces have culptural elements that are haped by hand. All of hi fini he are plant. Black walnut beech. Lacking the know-how to make tapered leg for one of hi first pieces.


Sam Maloof or Frank Lloyd Wright feel. Others are made using wood veneers combined with a special backing membrane. Hi newe t book. One element that factors into all of his lighting designs is the importance of good lighting. It has to be safe my lights are all UL certified. One day. His inspiration dates back to his days of working at the hardware store.

You have to figure out how to hide the cord and how to make the bulbs easy to change. Atomic Series No. He was a recent participant on "DIY Dominator. Spike Carlsen is author of A plintered History of Wood: Belt ander Races.

Some are made from organic linen. See Brandon talk about finishing at ArnericanWoodworker. The videos on hi web ite. FSC cherry. That notion lead to the lamps he builds today. Brandon has illuminated this dark corner of the woodworking world. There 's a pinch point b tween the handwheel and the pindle lock.. The ' lowe t peed range rpm i ignificant because it allows maintaining reasonable lim peed when turning large or outof-balance bowl and plate.. The allows making hefty cuts for a mall benchtop lathe at low peed in heavy green-wood bowl blanks without ignificant tailing.

Thi i a real acid te t for green bowl turning-a te t that mini lathe typically fail. It has three peed range rpm. Some turners prefer reverse rotation for fini h anding. A few minuse mu t be noted. A handy number d dial make it easy to monitor and change peed within each speed range. That' it. Headstock pindle peeds above rpm are be t for pindle work. For bowl turning. The ' electronic va1iable speed sy tern i impre ive.

And the weight 97 lbs that help to make the table duling use also make it hard to move around.. Delta' variable peed midi lathe actuall make good on thi promi e. Rim peed the rpm at the edge of the bowl increase as the bowl' diameter increase. The i equipp d with a 1" pindle.. The i perfect for turning pen. Changing peed range is imple: Pop open the covers. Modular Midi-Lathe Bed Extension. No machine for the small shop matches It's capabilities Test result copies available upon request.

No more moisture problems! As my garage must al o accommodate bicycle. I need to decide how badly I need it. I have an agreement with my wife. When it gets pulled out. I don 't have the luxury of building large projects.. Whenever I think about adding a new tool. The heart of my hop i the tablesaw. I can do whatever [ want in the garage. Putting everything on wheel is also important because the nowy winters in this mountainous part of California mean the garage floor frequently gets wet.

But if I need to tore an uncompleted project overnight. And because of the tight pace. The hop- mith. The e carts. Another mobile cart doe double-duty as a stand for the planer and o cillating spindle sander. This i when all my carefully planned organization really pa off. They're built to tablesaw height with locking casters and helve underneath for toring tools uch as the compre or. Once the cars are out and the tool are et up. The added weight of the e tool help the carts stay put during use.

The e and tools are fixed to wooden b can be exchanged. As you can see by the walls and ceiling. Rout dadoe and rabbets in the e piece Photo 1 and Fig. U e an undersized bit for the dadoe. The box will be crewed and glued together. Cabinetmaker's Armoire Layered construction makes a huge project easy to build.

Begin by cutting the cabinet side. I've implified this armoire' de ign o that it goe together in easy stage. Although the armoire looks like it has classic frame-and panel con truction. Drill hole for the crews from the in ide of each piece to ensure that the hole are centered in the dadoe. That's where we'll tart.

Wait for the glue to dry before moving on to the next tep. Take the frame apart and counter in k the hole. Add side panels Each ide of the cabinet has two panels C4 and C Counterbore two of the hole for plug the one on the right ide of the he if.

Glue up the leg frame. Begin with the helf and divider Photo 2. This clothes closet has full-length mirrors inside both doors. Glue the box in tage. Each one con its of two leg Cl and three rail C2 and C3. Mill the tenon on the table aw with a stacked dado et Photo 4. Take the box apart.


Glue and crew the frame together. Make glue blocks A6 and place them underneath the top and bottom to reinforce the joints.

The rest of the crew head won't show.. Clean out the wa te with a chi el. J u t rub the blocks in place. Build a face frame The front of the box is covered with a face frame Fig.

Cut morti e in the leg Fig. Begin by building a plywood box. Glue the face frame to the box Photo 3. Clamp the frame together without glue and drill pilot hole for the crews. The face frame consists of parts that are just butted and screwed together.

U e a router and a flu h-trim bit to even up the frame with the ides and top of the box. Rout dadoes in its three vertical pieces to receive the top. When they're dry.

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Make sure this assembly is square before moving on to the next glue-up. Thi method help ensure that the box remain quare. The legs and rail are quite th ick. Split the large tenons on the bottom rail by ripping the tenons on the handsaw PhotoS. Install the cabinet' back. Start with just two pieces: Cut the back AS to fit. Add the top. Mill the leg and rails to ize. Don't upper panel down to the lower panel ter gluing up the blank. Piece narrower than thi molding Fig.

Make the upper half of the crown. B ure that the u e any glue. Apply tain to all of the molding. Make the molding C6 that goe around the pan. Rip the board to create molding trip. Repeat thi proce s until the The panel and mirror are held in place by a rabbeted board are about 2" wide. Stain wood colors Photo 7. Cut are difficult to rout. Place the panel in the frame.

Start by milling boards that are about 5" to 7" wide. Make the leg frames. In front. B Crown Molding Details Fig. Attach the two-part crown Dl-D4. Glue the leg frames together. Round their corners to match the rabbets. Support the work with a tall fence. Mill tenons on the rail. Make the molding that goe on the back of the door E7 through E9. Rout a profile on the face of the panels using a vertical panel-rai ing bit chucked in the router table.

Leave the comers round. Use a fence to guide the cut. Use a bearing-guided bu to rout a rabbet in the back of each of the four openin Photo9. Glue and screw the leg frames to the sides of the cabinet. Clamp a stop block to the fence to limit the cut. Mter the doors are assembled. As the doors are inset between the legs. U e a test piece to figure out the depth of the rabbet on the back of the molding Photo Te t the fit of the panels in the frames as you go.

Cut the molding to length and fasten it to the door Photo The tape protects the mirror by ab orbing the shock of clo ing the door. Start with a shallow pass. Stain the panels to even out their color. The panels are slightly undersized. Place the panels in the leg frames. Make the door panels E4 and E5 in the arne manner as the side panel. Open the door. To in tall or remove a drawer from the case.

I '1-Y.. H which al o act as drawer top. I noticed that they drooped too much. I added orne anti-tip de Build the drawer boxe fir t.. J Fig. Hang the doors with oYerla hinge. After I buil t my drawers The drawers Fl through F3 are imple boxe with applied walnut face F6. G Door Details IH.. Use foam weatherstripping to cushion the mirrors. Make a molding to hold mirrors on the back of the doors. After Fig. Make walnut panels with round corners to fill the openings see inset. He and hi wife.

If the mirror ever needs to be replaced.. Test the depth of the molding's rabbet to make sure it holds the mirror tight. Two of the legs go on the paneled front: The front le have morti e on the inside edge and the adjacent in ide face. Squinting isn't necessary to appreciate the de k' pacious writing surface and ample torage or its Arts and Crafts motiE and modem tyle.

Like a log cabin. Figured maple pline fitted between the rails create the chinking. The legs MiU the le to final ize as rectangular blanks 1. Log Cabin Writing Desk Rustic tradition meets modern style. Squint a bit and you'll ee logs and chinking-the muck-and-straw mixn1re pioneers depended on to keep out drafts. Cut the tapers a tiny bit wide to allow removing the saw marks b making a pass on the jointer or with a hand plane.

Po ition the rip fence to e tablish the tenon ' length. The tenons are offset from center. D and E. Then adjust the plunge depth and rout the deep portion. Test-fit all the panel assemblies. This creates a long tenon on each rail and a haunch for additional strength. Then layout the tenon Fig. Lay out the 1 ' 2" morti e and rout them usin a plun e router with a guide fence and a 1 2" upcut pi raJ bit Photo 1.

A mortiser doe the job in one tep. Note that 1 the rail tenon are always offset toward the outside face. Lower the blade to cut the outide cheeks. The rails for the side panels shown here have wide tenons at the back and stepped tenons at the front. Rout mortises the legs for rails and fig red maple splines.

Rout the tepped mortises in tage. The mortises are similarly stepped. The rails The tenons that Mill tock for the rails A2-A4 and cut them to final dimension. Then make additional passe. Cut tenons on the rails with a dado set.

Round the ends of the tenons to match the mortises. The 1 2" mortises on the front legs are stepped. Disassemble the panel and carefull glue cleats A on the marked edge Fig. CTapered Leg Fig. Apply one coat of fini h to the pline.

Mill the pline tock to fit the groove and then cut the spline A5-A7 to length and width. The e cleats allow in tailing the two middle web frame.

Assemble the web frames with loose tenons. The panels Leave quare the top edges of the four top rail and the inside edge of the rail on the side panel and in ide panel that form the drawer bank. The mstde panel's ra tls have wide tenons on both ends. Round over the re t of the rail edge. Mark the top edges of the four middle drawer bank rails. Te t-fit each panel assembly without glue Photo 4. A Domino joiner works like a biscuit joiner. Then round the ends of the tenons to fit the mortise Photo 3.

Use Domino tenon or biscuits to join the tile and rails B1-B2. The web frames The web frame upport the drawers. When the glue is dry. Bwnlsh the web frames so the drawers slide smoothly. In tall the in ide panel pline without glue. Mill centered morti for Domino tenon or bi cuit lots in both ide of each frame. Glue on the pacer A9. Then sand the frame to 1 0 grit and burnish their top urface with paraffin Photo 8.

Install the Domino tenon Photo 7. Make ure the e mortise perfectly align with the morti e you've already cut on the leg that goe with the in ide rail. Glue and clamp. Allow the wax to cool. Transfer the mortise location from the e web frames to the two panels Fig F. Melt paraffin wax into the wood with an iron.

The pacer builds out the top rail for attaching the pencil-drawer face frame. Its bottom edge hould be flush with the outside edge of the leg. The side panels Glue the legs and rail together to create the two ide panels Photo 9. Then cut the mor-. They'll position the frames in the case. The top. Po ition a traightedge to guide the router. Then mill the parts exactly as wide as the height of the pace they will fit into.

Hl-H2 and J and let them it overnight to tabilize. Don't glue the splines-they float between the rails to disguise seasonal movement. Tum it. Use a dovetail j ig to cut through dovetails in the box parts. Cut mortises for the web frames in the side panels and in the inside panel. Set the wenge on the fence and gently push it forward to touch the disc. Apply glue o the large mortises the legs and to the rail tenons.

Burnish the inside urfaces with paraffin to help the drawers lide easily. Make ure everything' aligned and square. Square this assembly and then glue and clamp the in ide panel to it Photo Apply glue and slide the drawerbank web frame into po ition again t the in ide panel.

This unusual assembly will be omewhat unstable as the following tep are completed. The case Assemble the front panel rails and pline without glue. Keep wax away from the open joints and the leg fronts. Glue the side puels together.

Dab a bit of glue in ide the hole and gently tap in the plug. Make ure the in ide panel is square to the front panel. Clamp a fence to the table. As before. Iightl plane or sand one ide and try again. Install drawer tops All to position the middle drawer flush with the others. Glue the Inside panel assembly to the front panel rails.

Bumi h the outside face and bottom edge of the drawer box ide with paraffin. The optimal amount depends on a number of factors. The pencil draw r front extends above and below the drawer box. G3 and H3. The ide will either fit ' r u Thth or not at all. Detail 3. Photo Angl one end to match the lope of th inside panel' leg. Sand and finish the in ide face of the five main drawer box parts-tape off the glue joints before applying the finish.

Then glue and clamp together the drawer boxe.

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The fit i ideal if you can pull the box two-third out and then do it b pushing with a finger at the side of the front. The bank' top drawer front extends above the box to cover the web frame.

Te t-fit the boxe in the drawer openings. The parts simply slide into position because all the joints are oriented the same way. Then cut the drawer fronts and backs to match. If the fit i too tight. Install the web frames and the side panels.

Then joint the fronts and backs to match the ide. Before clamping. Fit each pair of drawer sides to allow seasonal movement. Lay out the boards in a plea ing arrangement that' about 1" oversize in width. Clui is a contributing editor to 0. Simply dampen the urface of the board with a ponge just before running it through the machine. Then glue and clamp the top A The e fasteners wive to allow the top' eaonal movement. Then cut the board to length. Sand all the parts to grit.

DeskTop Fasteners. Chris Can r is a freelance writer and novelist. Oil finishe look better when the urface are sanded to a higher grit. Maximum Fitness and Clean F.

Maple Box side Drawer front w. Planing figured wood uch as the curly maple shown here is likely to cause ub tantial tearout. J o int the edges get out the ponge again.

Center the top on the case and in tall additional crews through the fasteners to ecttre it. Cut the top to final width and length and then and it to grit was used to make the splines that ornament the case. The next day. The n apply your favorite fini h.

Dampening virtually eliminate tearout and it won't harm your machine as long as you keep the table waxed and dry off the cutterhead as soon as you've finished. And once you've made the template. Then cut all the remaining parts. Clamp on a stop block Photo 1. Turn the braces around and use the same setup and method to cut one morti e at the top--the first decorative morti e. A and Cutting Li t.

This will minimize anding after the bookrack i assembled. Use the two top blocks to cut the bottom mortise in both braces and the fixed end Photo 4.

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Clamp on both stop blocks after cutting each through morti e in the template Photo 5. Set a ide the rod blanks. Repeat the proce to cut the remaining decorative morti e Photo 6. The decorative morti e are 1" from the top.

The template should be identical in ize to the fixed brace A and the adju table brace B. This prevents the splintering and blowout that can occur on the back face when a mortise i cut through from one face.

Then cut that mortise in both brace. Po ition the template on the morti er with the bit centered on one of the bottom morti es. La' out the morti e on the template. Flip over the template. That means you can u e primo wood. Make ure to po ition the workpiece against the appropriate stop block when you flip it over to complete the morti e. Then cut a through morti e Photo 2.

Cutting the three remaining decorative mortise in the two braces requires a slightly different approach. Add a bench top morti er and a weekend in your hop.

Cut the mortises Create a template that will make it e v to accurately po ition the piece for morti in cr. Check it out: Building thi Arts and Crafts style cutie. Complete each mortise by cutting partway through on both faces. Sand both braces and the fixed end ' to grit. Final shaping and fitting Fig. Use a riser block to lift the template above the fence so the mortiser's hold-down works properly.

Plane the two rod blanks down to fit the morti e. Taper the outside edge of both braces by hand Photo 7. Use the two stop blocks to cut the bottom mortises.

Then install a second stop block. Cut threequarters through each workpiece. Make sure the rod D freely pas through the morti e in the adju table brace. Taper both ends of the fixed end on the tablesaw. Apply glue to the rods and then slide end into position. Then u e tape to mark the locations of the two fixed piece on the ends of the rod.

SUghdy aper bottom to top. Make ure the e pieces remain perpendicular.. Reducing the mass at the top helps the bookrack's overall appearance. Use the. Carefully apply glue to the rod and lide the fixed brace and the fixed end into po ition Photo 8. After cutting each new through mortise. COm U e a chi el to remove thi glue after it has hardened to a leather-like con i tency.

U ing a chisel to enlarge the mortises on the adju table brace is a more difficult option. Tape marks the spot and protects the surfaces from glue that squeezes out fixed brace and fixed end tightly enough to be effectively glued. If the rods bind on the adjustable brace..

In A small amount of glue may queeze out and puddle where the piece of tape meet. When the glue i dry. Place the as embled rack on a flat urface.. Then apply a fini h uch as Deft Dani h Oil.. Iide both brace and the fixed end onto the rods-make ure the decorative morti e are oriented correctly. Slightly chamfer the edge of both brace and the fixed end. Chamfer the ends of the rod. Learn to master your mortiser at AmericanWoodworlrer. Immerse yourself in the latest woodworking machinery and supplies.

CNC technologies. This weekend project lets you show off one dazzling board. I first built a headboard like this years ago using only a miter saw. Cut the top board B to the same length. Clamp a 1x4 along each line and trim the board to final length with your router Photo 1.

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