Traditional Country Furniture: 21 Projects in the Shaker, by Popular Woodworking Editors

By Popular Woodworking Editors

State furnishings kinds exhibit a feeling of straightforward convenience and the heat of fireside and residential. whereas a few nation furnishings should be rustic, the items integrated in conventional nation furnishings are of caliber development and layout, drawing from the easiest of conventional American furnishings types. every one furnishings piece contains step by step photographs and directions, with a number of ability degrees represented.

Projects include:

Kentucky sideboard
Blanket chest
Country wall
Tavern table
Burlington Farmer's Desk
Drop-leaf kitchen table
Tall clock
and extra!

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Also, many larger lumberyards are more than happy to custom-surface and dress lumber to your specifications for a price that is usually reasonable, considering the cost of buying a planer (and the drudg­ ery of collecting and disposing of chips) . Here are some ideas for ways to reduce dust b y working a little differ­ ently: On days when you've been grinding the gears on all the big ma­ chines in the shop and your ears are ringing, take a break from the power stuff and make a little sawdust the old-fashioned way.

Adding a pair of stabilizer washers helps keep the blade running true d u ring heavy cuts. to reduce sawdust production without having to significantly change the way you work. An easy way to pare down chip production is to fit your circular saws (table saw, circular saw, and cutoff saw) with thin-kerf blades. Modern blades, such as Freud@'s LU87 and LU88 and Forrest's excellent Wood­ worker II, are as smooth cutting as their standard-thickness counterparts. -dia. 086 in. 096 in. (as compared to 0.

I prefer to give myself a quick cleaning at the end of the day with a vacuum hose fitted with a brush attachment. To extract the small chips trapped in my hair (they sometimes end up in my eyes when I remove my goggles) , I run the 32 Strategies for Controlling Dust Work-Shoe Scrubber 2-in. by 7-in. scrub brushes are screwed on through sides. Y2-in. by 4X-in. by 1 G-in. plywood sides %-in. plywood base is cut wide enough so distance between ends of side-brush bristles is same as width of widest work shoe; 16-in.

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