Arts & Crafts Nightstand:
Our bedside stand and its attractive joinery are made almost entirely on the table saw.
Wine Presentation Box:
Sandor Nagyszalanczy’s gift box incorporates a lifting mechanism to present three bottles of wine (or your choice of containers) with a dramatic flair.
This version of a classic toy uses dovetail joinery, plus purchased wheels and axles, for the engine and connecting cars of the choo-choo.
Michael Dresdner gives you the inside info on handheld airless electric spray guns, a new option for applying finish.
Chris Marshall uses a basic kit as a starting point for creating a customized wooden knife handle.
If you have some hardwood, some hand tools, and about an hour’s worth of time, that’s all it takes to make a handy kitchen utensil.
Woodworker’s Journal contributing editor Sandor Nagyszalanczy takes an in-depth look at the features and abilities of the RIKON 25-010H Planer/Joiner in this tool preview video.
You can find full-size layouts of the dovetail joints used for the train car sides, front and back right here.
looking for more information on how Rob Johnstone and JoAnne Liebeler created the Nightstand project from the November/December 2014 issue of Woodworker’s Journal completely on the table saw?
Chris Marshall demonstrates his process for using a few pieces of scrap wood to create some attractive wood handles for a folding knife.
Sandor Nagyszalanczy shows the step-by-step process he used to add a bottle lifting mechanism to a wine gift box.
For further information on Handheld Airless Electric Spray Guns, click here for an online manual in PDF format on “The Basics of Airless Spraying.” (This PDF is produced by manufacturer Graco.)
Ernie Conover shows how to use a lathe to turn two easy-to-make toys that make perfect gifts for the youngsters in your life.