You’ll find projects both practical and pretty in the September/October 2015 issue of Woodworker’s Journal, with a hardworking outfeed cart that can serve multiple functions in your shop, a slab top table that highlights what happens when you choose different design options, and a wine rack that’s not only stylish storage but also fun to build. Plus, we’ve walk you through the easy way to add woodturning to your skill set.
Multipurpose Outfeed Cart: This spacious rolling cart offers sturdy outfeed support for a table saw, plus serves as an all-purpose assembly bench, complete with onboard power and compressed air.
Wine Rack: Be ready to host a soiree at a moment’s notice with this attractive wall-mounted wine rack that stores your bottles, your glasses — and your bottle stopper (which you can also build!), either in or out of a bottle.
Slab Top Table: A naturally shaped slab of wood lends an impressive look to this table, as publisher Rob Johnstone takes on the task of designing around an organic shape.
Heirloom Bookcase: Woodworker’s Journal celebrates the 15-year anniversary of our online Woodworker’s Journal eZine with a reprise of a beautifully veneered bookcase.
Woodturning: Ever wanted to try woodturning? It’s easier than you might think: if you follow this path, you could be turning in 10 minutes flat!
Tool Preview: Chris Marshall checks out all the features for you on two new tools: the SawStop Jobsite Saw and JET’s JOSS-S Oscillating Spindle Sander.
Woodworker’s Journal’s Chris Marshall goes over the features and benefits using an outfeed cart in his workshop. Plans for the…
Rob Johnstone demonstrates some great tools for woodturners (both beginners and experts) that never need to be sharpened.
Chris Marshall takes a deeper look at the JET JOSS-S Oscillating Spindle Sander and the SawStop JSS Jobsite Saw, exploring some of the features that make both tools unique.
Some beautiful pieces of wood come with unfortunate cracks and voids, Rob Johnstone shows how a bit of epoxy and dye can fill these areas and make finishing the larger piece much easier.
Rob Johnstone explains the decision process he used to choose the style of legs he considered when designing a slab-top table. Which version do you prefer?
Woodworker’s Journal editor Joanna Werch Takes got a unique opportunity to travel to Brienz, Switzerland and visit a historic wood carving community.