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The Great Glue Test - Wood by Wright

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Editor's note: The following post is from James Wright of Wood By Wright on YouTube. He recently conducted a massive test of common wood glues and I asked him to share a few discoveries on the Popular Woodworking blog. Links at the bottom of the post are affiliate links that support James. Be sure to check out his YouTube channel that has his complete presentation of the results! - David […]The post The Great Glue Test - Wood by Wright appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Video: Folding the Folding Bookstand

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The June 2018 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine features an article I wrote about making a folding bookstand using scraps and copper rivets. It's a design based on 18th-century pieces that were popular among British military officers. Several readers have requested a video that shows how the bookstand folds and unfolds. So here you go. Though the mechanism looks complicated, it's not. If you have a drill press, this project […]The post Video: Folding the Folding Bookstand appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Dust-Free Bandsaw - Tricks of the Trade

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We recently had a reader,Michael Wygmans, submit theirbuild of theDust-free Bandsawarticle from American Woodworker. This article first appeared in 2004 as a solution to the anemicdust collection on 14″ Delta bandsaws.Michael mentioned that he designed hisadapter to be 1 7/8″ wide rather than 1 5/8″ described in the article. If you build something from Popular Woodworking or American Woodworker Magazine, let me know, we'll share it with our blog readers! […]The post Dust-Free Bandsaw - Tricks of the Trade appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Install Butt Hinges

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installing butt hingesButt hinges were widely used for inset doors in early-20th-century furniture and built-ins. They are available in a variety of styles, types, and sizes to suit many different applications. In the English shops where I worked in the 1980s, we always used plain unswaged hinges; we knew them as solid-drawn brass butts. These have a fixed pin and are not adjustable (except by means of various old-timer tricks; I'll reveal […]The post How to Install Butt Hinges appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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