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In the September/October issue of Woodworker's Journal, you'll find projects like a Mid-Century Modern Nightstand and 19th Century Drop Front Desk that hark back to earlier times but work just as well for today's uses.

Woodworker’s Journal – September/October 2016

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Woodworker’s Journal – September/October 2016
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In the September/October issue of Woodworker's Journal, you'll find projects like a Mid-Century Modern Nightstand and 19th Century Drop Front Desk that hark back to earlier times but work just as well for today's uses, plus get the latest news on new tools like the JET JWSS-22 Scroll Saw, Festool HK 55 Portable Circular Saw, Triton TWX7 Workcentre and NOVA 18'' Voyager DVR Drill Press. And, whatever you're building, you'll find Sandor Nagyszalanczy's tips and techniques for accurate measuring to be invaluable. All this, plus a Shaker Chair, a Portable Board Game Storage Box, tips on making identical turnings, and more.


Mid-Century Modern Nightstand: Learn to edge plywood and rout rounded corners with this sleekly styled piece inspired by the designs of the mid-20th century.


Portable Board Game Storage Box: Get set for playtime with a storage case that keeps your boards and your playing pieces snugly contained between friendly competitions. You'll also find instructions in this issue on how to use tape to mask off a chessboard for the finishing process.


19th Century Drop Front Desk: Secret compartments, plenty of drawers and a writing surface made this style of desk work for field commanders during the Civil War era, and are just as useful today. Author A.J. Hamler provides options for period-correct construction, as well as today's techniques.


Shaker Chair: The model might have been a museum piece, but building this chair offers an easy introduction to chairmaking, with the use of a handy alignment and drilling fixture for properly spacing the mortises.


Techniques: Sandor Nagyszalanczy offers you options to take the frustration out of measuring and layout – and make sure your project comes out right.

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just enjoyed the magazines I ordered
December 29, 2016
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Awesome article and illustration
I really enjoyed the magazine. Very informative
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