If you're looking for a project for outdoors or for inside, you'll find what you need on the Woodworker's Journal 2004 CD. Compiling all of the contents of the year's Woodworker's Journal magazines onto one CD, it has plans for an Outdoor Swing and Arbor, an Eastern Shore Chest, a Hoopback Garden Bench, and a Library Bureau -- plus more.
Read all about master woodworkers Frank Klausz and Ian Kirby's differing opinions on the perfect workbench -- and find plans for both of their preferences, a Classic European Workbench and an Arts and Crafts Workbench -- as you flip through the magazine pages contained on this CD.
Appearing just as they did in print, those pages contain all of the information from the year's issues -- and, on the CD, they're also eminently searchable. Check out how to taper legs on a jointer, how to turn a barley twist design, or how to carve a clamshell. Learn the top 10 turning safety tips, a variety of alternative clamping methods, and some advanced gluing techniques. We'll even teach you how to paint wood (if you must).
Intarsia expert Judy Gale Roberts tells you how to get started in this specialty, with a plan for an Intarsia-Backed High Chair, and Simon Watts gets you started on the basics of letter carving.
The turning projects span the seasons, from Turned Fishing Lures to Turned Holiday Ornaments, and projects like a Battery Charging Cabinet, Miter Saw Station and Router Jointer Jig keep your shop up and running with efficiency.
Speaking of efficiency, you can use the search capability on the CD to instantly hone in on the topic you're looking for -- or, if you're in the mood to kick back, you can browse through the pages just as if you were reading the magazine. You won't miss out on anything: everything from Woodworker's Journal 2004 is right here on this CD