Best Ever Woodworking Project

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Morlrn Ktmmet Monagmg ldttor Left. An end table Is part of a three table Jet, beglnlng on poge 66. A helpful video showing how to cut the tapered legs with a tablesaw Is noted In the project Instructions.

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tut the baw (D) blanks to sl1c. l.ty out t he curved t•dge !Drawing 11wllh a fairing \tick by d rawing ,, llnl' tlhll conne\cmbl}' (1\/H/C) up,lde down, center t he h uf the k•g' by ~.· (Dr•wlng 11. \1ark '>crl'W luc.ttlnm n•ntl•red un the kg">, then drlllwunter· '>unk ,h,lnl\ hole\ in the bJ\l\ (Dl and pilot hnh:' in t h" leg\ IPhoto Bl. {I·or IIR

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(l .5 bd ft.) Plane or resaw to the thickness listed In the Materials List.

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Woodwortt ,, wupk of eveninl-\' and u'iing J flw n.trru\' \I rip\ of maple, dn•rr>• and \\'.1 lmn from your \crap hin. }OU , dwrr>~ .tnd \\,tlnut -.tcx:k hl'l\Wt'n :W .tnd I' thkl.:, lUI -.trip'> tO tlw \\loth'> .llld ~~v.:· h..•ngth '>hown on Drawing 1.

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SHOP nP 3 Use up scrap. You con ust scrap stock for this proj«t with dlfftrtnt thlckntssts btcoust you'll plant tM blank too uniform thlckntss ofttrglut·up.

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To ensure tight joint'>, prt'(>.lre the \trip'> by Jointmg one f,Ke Jnd till edge and then ripping thlm to the necded width\. l.dgc-glul' the \trip\ with tlw Jointl'd races down In thl• arr.mgt•nwnt \hown on Drawing 1 .tnt! In Photo A. ro 1-.cep the glue-up tltlt, t:cnlu the damping prc~Hare on the blanJ... by IX>\itlonlng ri\l'r block'> under the hlanl.., "' \hown With the glue dry, \Crapl' off \qucczc-out from the l.llc\ ol the blank. I hcn pl.ll1l thc top l,tu.• until the hi.111J... I\ flat ,tnd thl' hl.111 1.. h,l\ a unilorm thit:l..nc:'>'>. 'low turn the hlanl.. mw and plane it to 'ril" thkk. lrlrn the bl.tnkuuh \t(UMl.' .llld tu a flnalll'llgth or _\c;",

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Now craft the cutting board C ro\'llllt twenty-four l lf•"-wlt.ll' \tripU(>l'r-\trll); hoard.) To \lmplif)' thl' glue-up, '>tp.tr.ltl' the trips into three ~roup-; of ei~ht pil'Cc\.llluc and damp the pil'Cl\ lncac.h group togct hl•r, •lnd the f ll'>tl'd !Materials List, fillStile'> (.\) on 1he lmiclt• fac..e to receive 1he 'ilde \tile\ (B) !Drawings 1 and 21. ~rom edKe-joined '>lock, wt the I runt/hack panel ((I) to the \i/e\ li'ited (I he parwl\ .~rc..• ~ ' \hortt•r in width and h.'ngth th,lll the openings to allow for liCii\Onal rnovcmc..•nt.) 'I hen cut tttkt.•r cord ("-wide tri m \trip lrnm l'iKh edge. 'land the \ t rip\. ~litl•r-cut thl' long and !.hort trim ptl'.ttl. II nang (\l lor 1hc C\att wldt h o l tht• \i dct:p ac.:nw; the end\ ul th(' front / b,1cl. (lJ) on the i/1\ich l.ltl'\ !Drawing 71 I ht•n cut ,, v.,• grH' v, dt•t•p v~· from the bottom td~t''> of tht• lront/ hat·l. ami \Ide-. IV) to lit the pi)'\\Oe>tl hot tom (\V) \nnd 'mouth Glut• .md clamp till' tr.l) together. \.le.l\un.• lor t•qu.ll d 1.1~un.1 1\ to

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to form a 17)(4()" b lanl. for the lid ('X). I hen tr\'>lllt and rtp till' lid to thl• llnl.,hcd \lit' ul 1 6~x \9 ~·. U\1ng a v,,• vc-an, drill pilot hniL'' In the lid. Now drl'c the \Ul:\\\

Let's wrap things up \.1nd .1ny .trca-, th.tt med it tu 220 grit, nml rL'IllOVl' tlw du\t. With till' wa\l'd l>.llll'r \tillsrl pl.ttt• on thL· p.uu•J, Jnd dnll till' mounting holes [Photo Gj. Rt•mm t• thl• hillgl' ,lfld tape. 'Jow scrl'w-mount thl' hingl' to tht• lid and back cap trim

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I" \lOC I-. I h cn for I h e OU IH \e(( iom ( UI four i"'ud ';~t" hoard\ I rom the -.,um.• \toci..I Drawlng 11. Hlp lht• ~W'-wid c l c~ (i\) cent e r \CC I Iom Ill hJ If, U\lll~ .1 W -l..t:rf "'"' biJdc In )OUr t,thlc-..tw. I htn \Witch to ,, ·,· d,tdo hl.tdL .u td cut a m l'C tlom tn t hc n•ntL'r \l'l l iom IPhoto Dl. llw protruding pot 11om nl the center \elllom form tennm to fit Into the bcnchtup (Jo} ttturthl''l !DrawIng 21. I rim thL' emh to thc fin.tl lcngt h of 16", rernovl n~ nl.IIL'ria I on I> rmm till' h (D). Photocopy the Key Patterns on 19, ''-lont-: wedgehape. Pair together the front/back and side leg\ (A, B). Noti ng the orlentc.~llon ol the angk•d endo; for each pair !Drawing 21, ld,.>ntlfy the loc.llion (left front, right rear, etc.) and the imide face on each leg to ensure wrrect machining and c.,l

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the botto m o f the '~P•Ill'r.) \ H,li n U!>i ng the ~pacer, cut the mating \lot-. In the fan• o f the top/ buttolll front oUH.I back r.tll ((', D). Glue, hlscull, .uu l cl.11np the back legs (A/ 1\) to tht.• top rail/cleat

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a\wmhly (C/D/ E/U) and botto m r.11l/ \ he ll ,J\Willbly (C/D/ 1·/11 ) !Drawings 2 .u u l 31 , making \ ttrc that lhe k g\ and top ,,,11/lleat .~tl.. trlmU> to the \lte'> lhted. ( lu emlm' a '>llll~ tIt, we mea !lured bet ween the ll·~~ lor tht• c~.K t l en~th~ of tht• trim. I hen Wt' idulll fled the locilt Iom ot the pkte\ tu t•mure rrecl il'>'>embly.l Cut the \ide \lat\ (1\) ,1nd had, '>Il.lt\ (K, 1.). l'n a\wmble the top and hut tom hat'!.. trim (J) nnd ha(t.. \lats (I.), layout tht• pMt\ with t ht• f.ICt''> up on,, fl.lt wmk\ur· f under the''"'' to pml· linn t IH.'Ill 1/~' from the ill\ult• IJn• of t lw trim !Drawing 4, Photo El I . A~.1in min).\ the '>f>•lt er'l, mou1H the \lt.ll' trim (I), n•rltered end to end, tot he 'lldl' ~lat'> (I\).

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1 mount tht• h.Kk trlrn/\lat J\\l'lllbly (J/1 ), ,tpply ).\IUe to the i/1\ldc• (notKh.unfered) edge'> of the trim. ( lamp 1he tt'>'>l'mbly In po'>ltion on thl' \helvl n ~ unit, keepln~ tht• lmttom fJle of the top trim and hottum ed~e ul the top lMd. rail ( I>) flmh !Drawing 4, Photo fl. l\ute 1h.ll the I of' face of the bottom trim Ul 1\ '•' proud ol the bottom \ht•lf (II). Mount the \ldl' trlrn{\1.11 iWit•mhllt'' (1/1\) to the unit, pmitioning them on tht• unit in tht• -;ami.' wav J'> to till' bottom \hl'lf (II ), flush with the top f I hen trO'>\tut the lront/b,K t.. and ~Ide trim p1ete\lU length I rom the 'It rip~ to fit \nugl) bl'tween the leg'>. tner hit, radii at the top l'lld'i ol tilh.tpe, ,tnd -,,and ot h. U\lng till' tempiJte, mnr"- the profllt• Refer to Drawing 1 for tlw location of on hoth •·nd'i of the \trc..•tcht.•r ({,) the profill' on the 'iupport\ (JI.). Then ,tlnng hot h cdJ cs, where \hown on Draw· mJrl.. the profile at the bot tom ol ,, '>UP· lng 1. DrJw l one~ to join thl' prolllc-., port on il'> Imide f.tt'l', a\ \hown In Photo c. Repo\it ion the template .lt the top of thl' ~oupport on it'i Imide face wath the roundtd top end of the templ.ltl' flush with the ~up­ port'"> end. Mark the

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SHOPTIPS 29, 30, 31 & 32 Softwood savvy times 4

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li&~ HLHc trieve the cap (( ). < hud. a •,4 ltomJn ogl'l' hit into }OUr tablemounted muter. I hen rout tht• profllt• 'thown o n Drawing lb along the enth •ultl front t•dge. lln l'lh-'l.llld the cJp and glut• and clamp it to tlw top (ll), flu'>h with the IMck t' ( I ) to \Ill'. ro rout the \topped t h.un fer~. whl'rl' 'lhown on Drawing 2, \l'l' Sho p Tip 33 />elaw. (,1ue and tlamp the 'itlll''l (r) to tht• \tdes (A), kw ping thl' mmide cdRc~ flmh . Check tht• dhtJIKl' hl'twecn tht• \ llll''>, Jnd lU I the rail ((;) to \lte. l'ht•n glut• .tnd c lamp tht• r.111 to tlw top ( 1\) Flnl'ih-'iand th1.• \tile., and rail l·or the cove (H), c ut a r~x2\.: )( i6' blank ami plant it w -r" thkk. ( hut k •' ~· covl' hit Into your 1.1hll• mountl'd

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router and rout o ne ed~ow I tht• hiJnk. Do not dt flmh, where o,hown on Drawing 2d. Cut tht• h.1d.. ( I ) to \Itt', finlo;h- from it. Miter-c ut one \trip to lt•ngth for the fro nt (."()Vl' ( k. ) and glue and clamp it to the front of the haw panel Ul, wtu~rl' 'lhown on Drawing 3 . ry-flt and trim them to length In the rs

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(,Juc, hl\t.ult, and ciJrnp tngl'thl•r thc..• dt\ idl'r\ ( \) and top/hottorn (( ) for t.'.lhortl'r than the bottom\ ( \ hown In Step 2. '\). l>rlll pilot hole' for l.t 'ltcnin~ the t umhuttom, wlwrl' '>llOwn on DrawIng 1, ,t nd -.crl'W lhl'lll Ill plan•. l'or a hanglll~ fralll l', f,l\ll'll ,,.,,,wtooth hanger tu thl' tup rail ll.tw ,, pi~:u• of \i nglt• 'itrt•ngth gl. For the best appeclrance, select boards with closely spaced .mnutll growth nngs The photos at fight show an ordinary fl.ttsawn Douglas fir l x4

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Materials key: F-Dovgl,u f1r, W walnut. H tt."'mperfd hardboard. Supplies: Black pennantnt felt lop mar~Pr, SPfilY adhesive, double faced tape. •lxJl• braSi Oathead wood ~r~. •6llc:mountcd router ami a pu'lhblotlo.. for .,,,fety and chip-out avoidance to rout the crHh and then the I ront edgt• of the p.trh, whe tl' '>hown on Drawing 2. \)t~nd tIll' top .111d bottom \ttH>ot h. llwn glul' and damp them to the caw, flu\h t'. \lfart... ,, c-entt'IJJint tor a I" linger hole In the b.ICI-.., \\here dlmcmloncd on Drawing 2. l'>lllH a t• For\tncr bit In you r drill pre"

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hown 111 Photo B. lh!'I.IW ·' ~ 4x i2" pil'll' of hcd 'iiZC of 7x71 Y••·'.) Fdgc-glue t ht• pie, plam• the panel to 1A" thick to flt the: groove'\ in the \lllco; ((,) and railo; (I I, 1). Cut the J"Mfltnc>oth to 220 grit.

1o pmition thl' center rail (I) in thry"'"'''mhk thl' \tile\, r.tll\ (II, 1), and Jl.lnd UJ, .11l~nlng lhL' m.trl..\ on the CL'Il• IL'r rail .1ml \till·'· Verify till' part\ fit tog~th~r correl tly. 'I hl' n glm• .tnd cl.unp t h~ door, a\ 'lhown in Photo C. \lt~r l hl' giuL' dric\, \and thl' door Hout a ' r.tbhct ~ • dt-cp .~round till' top opl'ning or th~ dour un the unult• l.tl~ lor the gla'' Jnd gl,t\'1 \top\ < "->. wh~r~ \hown on Drawing3. ( I h i\ remo\e\ th~ lmld~ lip'> olthc 1~ ~ "g r ome~ In tlw dour.) lo avoid from thi' hlanlo. ,,, l'\plainl'd in til\' flr101" tu lc:n~th to lrl thl' door opCrlllnoth. \and round·O\'Crs on the top corner-; nf thL• ma\l '>tlll'!> (B) and uppt>r lll.l\t 'IJMCer (( }. (.huck a cham fer bll In your t.thiL·-mountL•d routu, .md rout v..· ch.un fl'r.. .tlon~ the cd~t''> nlllll.' I" hole\ amlthl' out\idc edgcs of t hL• m,l\1,1.'\JMLI.'r (l > for t he hoom opL·r.ttlng ''ring, ,, \ ,• hole fot t hL' boom pi\ ot, ,md ,1110t ht•r v ,• hole ,at t ht• I runt tnd of tht• hnnm (Drawing4 j Wht•n drilling thl' front hole, 111\t'rt a ~~··th ack ptL'(l' ot \trap b1.•twc~:n t ht bcxlm \tdl'' (I) tu pn.•\'1.'1\l Lhtp-out. 'I hl.'n m.~rk the..• 1\\0 t.lf>L' rt•d .~ml\,tw .ami ,,, nd tlwm to \lhlpe. '>Crl..'\\ hole~ In four 114"-diamhhort piece~ of W dowel into lour of the hole!), and pre~~ a knob on the end of each onc. Wrap m.a~klng

Center the lazy Susan on the chassis (A), rotate the mast/ holst assembly to uncover the mounting holes, and mark the locations.

16'.t\e J) ,md then to the cha'ic,lc, (A). Cut one 2h"-lonl( .md one 11 ·-tong pll'Cl' of thrc,llk'd rod . ~lldc lht• boom ( D/1/l II I) 1>1..'1 \H·en tIll' Ill 1\t \ldl'\ (B). Slade tin• ton~ rod through the p!\Ot holt.:\ [Drawing 1I \ppl} tiHeJd locker and '•'P nul\. ~lidl' tIll' \hurt rod 1hrough the hull.'\ .11 the I runt l'nd ol 1ht• boom, ,111d .1pplv thread lockl•r and lilt\ you r lll'l'(l\. You'll find the going CJ\) hccauc;c for mmt of the part., In thew proJCt t '1, only the len~th changes from table to table, hut the o;tcp-hy-m•p pron•.,.. rcmalm the .,,unc. Wh.11e' cr grouping you piJn to hulkl, \liVl' time hy millin~ .111 ~imll.tr part\ whitt• you hove a machlnr tcd In the M aterials List on pa:.;t 70, 71, or 72 for the t.thkN you're building. If you can't find \olkl '> loci.. I w thicl.., glue up two layer~ of h" 'ltl't to eut thi~ pmcc'>'> for the other end ww (l ); tlll'n mill'r thl.' hac!. row (k.) to fit hl•twcen the two l.'lld t:OVl''>. Once all th~o• CO\C'i arl' cut to k•ngth, glul' them In pl.tn•[PhotoJ[. I inisiHand thl t.thlc to 220 grit, and .tpply ,, flnbh. (WI.' li'>Cd Old Ma')ll'r\ Dark Mahog.tny, .tnd then hru'>lil'd on t \\O uht Ml'il'>llfl' hl'lw«.:cn till' out'itdl' l'dgco; of the leg' at the front and \Ide of the ltbk l'rep.~rc two 1 :O itC4" hl.tni-'> I" longl·r liMn l'ide\, bot tum, ,and top to \ill (Drawing 3 ). MMI.. thl' nhatching C.l'll' .and door '>ide'l, lOp, ,and bottom to nMint,aln t-~raln continuit > \L'I up your t;ahll',,aw with a lh" d.ado hladL•, and cut d.adul''> .md mhhet\ wiH.'Il' 'lhnwn In thl 'lkil'' (\)..and dour \ldl'\ C() !Drawings 2, 31. < hJngc to ,1 d.ado \ll .Jnd 1.u1 thl' groove' in thl'l,l\l' \ldl''> (I\), caw top ,utd hottom (H), door o,lde'l (( ), .utd dour top .ami hottum (ll) !Drawlngs 2, 31. On thl' ll'ft 'lidl' 1\) .uut ll'ft dour \ith.• (C), Ill) out nMtching murli\l\ to fit the hlnJ.:l'\ !Drawings 1, 2, 31 Ihnat the murli c'l, or lllt t hull '\-\it h .a ll.lnd· \,aw .and ,a ch iwl. Rout a \topp th.m twice as thick as the glued-up pt~nel, to .JIIow for the sJw kerf and plilning of th~ completed panel. !oint the edge that will be the jo1nt hne; then resaw the blank down the center, near r1ght Clue the two hillves together w1th the sawn faces up, tlligning the gr.lln patterns at the JOint hne, for right . After the glue dnes, plane the panel to thickness, and trim 1t to f1n1shed s1ze 1f n cded, keeping the joint hn centered on the panel's width.

Mark a line down the center of one edge. Cut carefully to minimize cle~nup of the sawn faces th1t could change the pattern m1tch.

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Open the resawn blank like a book. Align the grain pattern 1cross the joint line, and glue the two halves together.

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Bh1\ (I) to ~hapc (Drawing 4) Dry-Cit the rlng·hnldcr \ldt.•\, tup (I I), Jnd tront (J) tugetht.•r, .uul CUI I ht.• \Upport ( K) to wid I h to fit h\'lwecn the top and front Appl}' \\OOdwurkcr'\ glue to thc top cdHl'\ of t hl' rl ng-huld t.•r \ldl'\ ( I ) and cre w-. )Dra wing 1). 1:or the #8 su cw'l, d rill Yn" \han!.. h o les and Vr.t" pilo t h o le'>. Drill countcrbo rc'i ~" d eep. (!>ce Shop Tip s 54 and ss o n 1h e /1('>.1 pa:.wfor a pair o f tlmc-s.wing tool'!.) Drill and d rive both bac k \C rew~ fir'lt , the n rcpo~lli on thc clamp to add the front 'i fence for the cut you 1ntend to make. Attach a piece of 14 • hardboard to your tablesilw top w1th clamps or double-faced t.,pe Next, raise the blade through the hardboard to the culling height. Then rip your stock to width

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111, !' pllelto~ fm tfmill. i \11\,1)" 11\t' lllt• IIJIJ'rtlf'lirl/1! ~afd}' .~llrllrl\ 1dt11 }~II/I /r1hell to clean up overhanging edg ) on solid-wood or vrnt c:r h.lnclmq, then rt"ly on your table\,lW .md rip fence- Make •"' •IUXIII.try fl.' nce 4- 6' 1.111 and cut a rJ>tlCN, .tcf'r\ out '>ide edue 1\ flu,h w1th the outsid of the blade, and make a test cut. Tr1m ofl the end of th bJndmg.

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• Loc•te the "wide" teeth f•st . W1th ,m .tdju\table cf11do blc.1dc (sonwtlfll('\ c.tllcd a "wobblrr"), It'\ hard to te-ll which tooth cut\ f.uthtst to the lclt and wh ch cut\ farthest to the right. Find the w1de\t·cuttmg tooth -or teeth, tn the case of the dual-blade adjustable d do shown bc/ow-u~ng a square. Then lab I tiMt tooth's post w1th a pcrmr. Now you c.1n mt>asure frorn that tooth when setting up your cut.

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C.tst 1ron ts softer th.tn you might I hink, .md .m uneven floor c c.1n .tctu.11fy tr.unkr 1U wtHp to your tnble~nw top. So, after you'v • found the perfect level ~pot for your saw, rn.tsk off the legs, then spray p.1int around each loot to mark the•r loc.ttloru, ·nchtop Lower and tighten the stop rod agamst the turret stop. You're now ready to rout.

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Tape your way to tighter dadoes

Gauge blocks simplify bit setups

AdJuSting a jig or straightedge to widen a dado Jun a hair can create more probl m~ thJn •t solves. Instead, leave your guide In place and add ~tur» of tape •long the router-ba~e edge, as \hown below. That nudges the bit away from the guide when you recut. Four layers of blue p.linter'~ tape adds up to about Yo.t".

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H.we you ever p.tlnstakingly set a btl height, only to ftnd that you needed to return to it later? M king lndrvidual gauge blocks for rall-and·std , raised·pancl, finger-joint, and proflhng btts save~ setup ume. You can rout them from medtum-denstty fiberboard or hardwood, but ultr., htgh molecular.weight (UHMW) polyethylene, shown below, makes ,, more stable block . (Assortment Hl-43291, Sl2, from Woodcraft, 800·22S·11S3 or woodcraft.com.) From stock planed to the same thlckne\) as your pro1 ct paru, cut blanks at leau o on using this template to drtll shelf-support holes, visit woodm g z n com sh llho s.

For precision mounting, photocopy router base Mounting jtgs or subbases onto a router, like the o11e shown 1n Shop Tip 87, requires prccl\e mounting holes. Make that job easter by photocopymg the router b
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