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.