Hands On
NOV/DEC 2004
Volume 47 /  Issue 6
Archives

IN THIS ISSUE
Project Articles
Poor Man's Hall Butler
Holiday Hurricane Lamp
Old-Fashioned Toy Cars

DEPARTMENTS
Ask Smitty
Owner’s Gallery
Letters from Owners
New Baby Workshop Calendar
 
Academy Notes
Hardwood Information You Should Know - Pt 3
 
Service Pointers
MARK V Rip Fence

Woodworking Technologies
Stepped Dowels
 
Safety
Safety Lessons I've Learned

What's New
Referrral Rewards Program

EDUCATION
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The Poor Man's Hall Butler
 
A handsome accent piece for your entryway...and it's practical, too!

Here's another one of theose great Shopsmith projects that's not only functional...but can also be easily modified to blend-in with virtually any home decor!

The Holiday Hurricane Lamp
 
Here's an ideal project for practicing your Scroll Sawing techniques

Comprised of only two different components, you can easily make more than one of these attractive lamps in a weekend - Keep the extra for yourself or make enven more tand give them as gifts.

The Old-Fashioned Toy Cars
 
Quick and easy-to-make -- so simple it's beautiful -- and inexpensive enough to sell FAST!

Add “industructible” and “classic” to this list of reasons why your customers will want these cars!