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Each one of these three classic board games folds up for storage or travel. They incorporate similar construction techniques, so building one or all three is a snap.
This simple cart provides flexible storage options for your commonly used table saw accessories. As an added bonus, it features a pair of sleds for crosscutting and miter cuts.
Page 29: Cutting Diagram
Part "D" in the 1/2"x7"-84" board layout should be labeled "E" instead of "D".
Looking for an attractive, easy-to-build project for a last-minute gift? Any one of these three picture frames will fit the bill. And the best part is that you won’t have to cut any miters.
Page 33: Items A & B
In Material & Supplies, items A & B were printed as follows: A Stiles (2) 3/4 x 3 - 12 1/2; B Rails (2) 3/4 x 3 - 4 1/2. They should read: A Stiles (2) 3/4 x 3 – 9 1/2; B Rails (2) 3/4 x 3 – 7 1/2.
Page 33: Main Illustration
In the main drawing at the top of the page, the dimensions for the stile and inlay are incorrect. They should be 9 1/2. The dimension for part A in the materials list should also be 9 1/2.
This multi-purpose vise mounts into an existing dog hole on the top of any workbench to provide a range of clamping options that you won’t find in traditional bench vises.
Page 40: Note
The note at the top of the page on peening metal parts refers to page 66. It should refer to page 65.
Page 40: Side View Illustration
No dimension is listed for the 2nd set of upper holes on the side view of the side plate. The dimension should be 3 3/8".
Storage is the order of the day with this hall bench. But the detail that will most likely catch your eye is the reclaimed barn boards that are used for the back and door panel.
Page 44: Figure 1, Detail 'a'
Figure 1, detail 'a' at the bottom of page 44 should show 7/8" from the back edge instead of 1".
Page 64: Main Illustration
The length of the jig ends and template sides is incorrect. The jig end should be 6 1/2", and the template side should be 12".