Popular Woodworking February 2002 Digital Edition

Popular Woodworking February 2002 Digital Edition

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This traditional Classic Shaker Candlestand requires a little turning, a little joinery and a little finesse. For years, our editor has relied on these two simple Contractor Saw Outfeed Tables to catch long rips, support long crosscuts and generally serve as assembly tables. Mag Ruffman shows how to build this useful over-the-potty cabinet that is purely Tank Heaven. This second of two parts shows you how to build an Inlay Door with a Router of this 18th-century Pennsylvania spice box. This frame-and-panel Asian Bedside Table features sliding doors with a traditional Tansu touch. A fish-shaped Lamp Called Wanda is the latest fun project to emerge from John Hutchinson's creative mind. For less than $10, you can rig your bench with this traditional Bench Deadman that will make difficult clamping chores easier.Turn Your Moto-tool Into a Plunge Trimmer – the perfect tool for inlay and small-scale work. We put to the test New Professional-Quality Sanders from Makita and the Ridgid EB4424 Oscillating Belt/Spindle Sander. These three simple Clamp Assist jigs make difficult tasks easy. We got down and dirty with nine premium contractor saws to find out who is making the best machine in our Clash of the Contractor Saws. And we teach you how to build an Ultrafast Frame and Panel, the tricks for Dealing With Wood Movement, and the professional tips for Making Your Own Chisel Handles. Plus Letters, Q & A, American Woodshops, Projects from the Past, and more!