Kevin Martini contacted me some time ago and said that he saw the Dovetailed Shoulder Plane we featured in ShopNotes 88. The Mobile Planer Stand is just the ticket for giving your portable planer a permanent home.
This 3-in-1 Multi-Tool will turn a palm router into a mortiser, edge jointer, and router table.
Plus, we’ll give your significant other 20 ideas for stocking stuffers for Christmas — all for under $50.
And there’s much, much more in the next issue of ShopNotes magazine, available on newsstands now. I had an interesting day last week visiting on-site during construction and filming of the ABC-TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Filed under Doug Hicks, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, ShopNotes Magazine, Woodsmith, Woodworking, Workbench Magazine. Several of the ones that are listed are specialty magazines (American Router and American Woodturner), focusing on a single aspect of our hobby, such as turning or routing. Woodwork is good magazine that appeals to woodworkers who have an artistic bent, and Woodcraft Magazine, even though it’s only been around for a couple of years, is starting to gain some readers. The rest of them (American Woodworker, Fine Woodworking, Popular Woodworking, Wood Magazine, and Woodworker’s Journal) are all fine magazines, and I subscribe to all except one.
But most odd of all is the absence of any of the woodworking magazines from August Home Publishing.
Every Thursday night this fall you can learn from the experts at the Woodsmith Store and Woodsmith, ShopNotes, and Workbench magazines. I work with traditional materials like oak, pine, walnut and mahogany; and I use traditional values like patience, accuracy, efficiency and honesty. But we’ve finally got all the kinks worked out for posting a FREE SHOP CALENDAR in PDF format that you can download and print. This is the first home they have built in Iowa, so my wife, Cathy, and I decided to drive the hour and a half north of Des Moines on a sunny, autumn day and check out the action. Woodshop News, from Sounding Publications, is a great source of information for consumers, as well as the professional trade. That’s because two of the top four woodworking magazines are Woodsmith and Workbench. We’ll walk you through the basics of woodworking, tool techniques, safety, terminology, and everything you need to know to build great projects in your home shop. No need to use a square or corner-to-corner measuring for squaring and gluing cabinet frames and doors. The brass sides were milled to size and the steel sole is just around .002 larger to allow for a tight pressed fit.
It’s a handsome calendar with quality photos of old tools from the early issues of ShopNotes magazine. According to the last published figures from ABC (Audit Bureau Circulation, 2006)* that I know of, Workbench is number two and Woodsmith is number four.
Woodworking, a no-ads limited circulation publication from Popular Woodworking, has started to gain a real foothold with woodworkers interested in hand tools and learning about craftsmanship. Finally, Popular Mechanics has included at least one woodworking article in every issue for many, many years. Although its subscription base is smaller than its sister publications, ShopNotes is a one-of-a-kind magazine for woodworkers who are looking at solutions for building shop jigs and storage projects for the shop. The brass wedge was drawn up in AutoCAD and then exported to the CNC Milling maching with an end-mill.
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