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Page 4: Main illustration
The width of the sawhorse leg should be 3", not 3 1/2" as originally printed.
Page 4: Side View Illustration
The length of the Bracket should be 6" to match the length of the Block, not 7 1/4" as originally printed.
Super-Strong Edge Joints8
Learn all about the router bits you can use to create never-fail edge joints.
Page 9: Photo of slot-cutting bit
The cutter has been put on the shaft upside-down.
These handy jigs allow you to make custom dowels to suit any project need.
Choosing & Using Concealed Hinges12
Solve all your hinge needs with a single option? Here's one hinge that just might do the trick.
I ordered a variety of individual hinges and mounting plates from Woodworker's Hardware and the Woodsmith Store.
Versatile Finger Joint Jig16
Variably spaced and sized finger joints are a snap with this simple router jig.
Steam-Age Shop Clock20
It's easy to lose track of time when working in the shop. This classic clock is the solution.
- Woodsmith Store
1/4" Button Plugs … 153147
3/8" Button Plugs … 153150
Quartz Movement … 28365
Straight Clock Hands … 37489
The clock was painted with Rust-Oleum's Specialty Camouflage Army Green (1920-830).
Rotary Tool Cabinet24
Get more use out of your rotary tool and accessories with this compact workcenter.
Using a Smoothing Plane30
A No. 3 smoothing plane is the answer to a wide range of shop tasks.
You can upgrade an old plane with a new iron and chipbreaker from Hock Tools, Woodcraft, Lie-Nielsen, or Lee Valley.
Shop Short Cuts32
Check out our shop-tested tips and techniques for solving your woodworking problems.
Must-Have Assembly Table34
This assembly table features versatile clamping options, storage, and a dead-flat worksurface.
Page 39: Hold Downs
The hold-down cannot be built as illustrated in the issue. A full-size pattern with key dimensions can be found in the online extra for the Assembly Table project.
Lap Dovetail Joint40
This easy-to-cut joint is the key to rock-solid case and furniture construction.
New Uses for Your Old Miter Gauge42
Turn that old miter gauge into a reliable workhorse with these shop-tested ideas.
Customizing a Shop44
Make your shop a more comfortable place to work. Here's what you need to know.
Two Blades -- Perfect Tenons46
Cut your tenon-making time in half with this creative technique that uses a pair of saw blades.
What’s New in Routing48
Learn more about the latest compact router kit and a couple of useful routing accessories.
Defining Hardwoods & Softwoods50