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Volumes 1 (1976/77) - Volume 20 (1995-1996)

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H

Hardy, Carol:

  • Firescreen Desk: 4:4 (29-34)

Henricks, Donna

  • Antique Bird Cage and Stand: 8:5 (4-8)

Herzfeld, John

  • Bench Made Tools: Preac Miter Gauges: 12:4 (23)

Heuer, Marie and Don

  • 1927 Sears, Roebuck High Chair: 15:1 (41-43)
  • A Winter's Project for Summer: A Mail-Order Lawn Swing (c. 1895): 14:4 (31-37)
  • All on a Saturday Night: Folding Bathtub and Water Heater: 17:3 (15-20, 24)
  • Back to the Future...Empire Oak Buffet (c. 1890-1910): 20:1 (35-39)
  • Beginner's Workbench (Series) Colonial Dresser: 5:3 (18-21)
  • Colonial Penguin Table: 4:4 (17-19)
  • Cross-Base Candlestand: 5:1 (40-42)
  • Modified Four-Poster: 5:2 (41-43)
  • Colonial Baby Tender: 8:3 (17-18)
  • Colonial Corner Cupboard (c. 1740-50): 9:2 (32-37)
  • Colonial Rachet Candle Stand: 8:6 (12-13)
  • Colonial Wood Wash Tub & Water Bucket: 8:5 (14-15)
  • Dining Room Buffet (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (15-19)
  • Dining Side & Host Chairs (Sears c. 1927): 18:3 (11-15)
  • Early 19th Century English Upright Grand Piano: 19:3 (32-38)
  • Eastlake Fireplace Mantle: 16:2 (32-37)
  • Extension Dining Table (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (6-11)
  • For the 1920's Kitchen: Sears Elite Gas Range: 18:4 (42-48)
  • For Scaling Scale Heights: Twenty Foot Extension Ladder: 18:2 (17-22)
  • For the Special Vignette: Wall Hung Miniatures Display Case: 18:1 (5-10)
  • A Glimpse of the Twenties...Breakfast Nook Display Box: 15:2 (44-48)
  • Made at home with Loving Hands: Infant Walker-Trainer: 17:2 (17-19)
  • Montgomery Ward Hanging Desk (c. 1895): 10:2 (39-41)
  • Mayflower Stool: 7:3 (26-28)
  • Model in a Minute (Series)
    • Candle Shelf: 8:1 (11)
    • Lincoln Table: 13:2 (40)
    • Open Wall Box: 8:2 (18)
    • Operating Cabbage Cutter: 12:2 (23)
    • Three Wall Shelves: 12:4 (21-22)
  • Portable Reed Organ (c. 1853): 16:3 (17-20)
  • Queen Anne Corner/Hankerchief Table: 15:4 (31-33)
  • Queen Anne Tuck-Away Table: 16:1 (22-24, 46)
  • Reflector Roasting Oven: 19:2 (13-20)
  • Ribbons, Notions, Needles, and Threads: Sewing Box: 13:4 (23)
  • Sears Truphonic Phonography: 19:1 (38-42)
  • Scalloped Top Chest on Frame: 15:3 (38-41)
  • Ship Captain's Desk (19th C.): 11:4 (19-23)
  • Table Saw Mitering Jig: 17:2 (24)
  • Tasteful and Useful: 1920's Library Table: 20:2 (46-48)
  • The Swinging Cradle (c. 1810): 8:4 (18-19)
  • Turn of the Century Kitbash...1905 Bathroom Fixtures: 19:4 (25-32)
  • Two Regulator Clocks: 16:4 (39-42)

Hillhouse, Jim & Shirley

  • An Introduction to Stenciled Decoration: 2:3 (5-6)
  • Norwegian Bride's Chest: The Mystery of Early Antique Joinery : 6:4 (4-8)
  • Norwegian Bride's Chest: Rosemaling-Decorative Painting on Wood (Part 2): 7:1 (4-6)
  • The Stenciled Cottage Chest, Circa 1840: 2:3 (4-16)
  • Stenciling in Miniature: 2:3 (11-16)
  • Three Drawer Cottage Chest: 2:3 (7-10)

J

Jedlicka, Jim (Author)

Note: Jim Jedlicka was the tool editor for The Scale Cabinetmaker from 1978 until TSC came to an end in 1995. For the first two years, the articles were co-authored with his first wife, Harriet. After 1980, the articles were by Jim, alone.

  • Adapting a Shaper Table for Curved Work: 6:2 (47-49)
  • A Build It Yourself Wood Surfacer: 4:4 (20-28)
  • A Tool Rest for Small Lathes: 9:4 (49-56)
  • Alternative Lighting Circuits: Mood Changes in Scale Rooms: 17:3 (21-24)
  • AMT Scroll Saw...Solving the Blade Holder Problem: 13:2 (41-44)
  • Bench Magnifier for Ten Dollars: 11:4 (46-48)
  • Cam-Action Bar Clamp: 11:2 (40-42,48); 19:2 (23)
  • Combating the Burned Out Lamp: Voltage and Resistance in Miniature Lighting: 3:2 (11-15)
  • Combating Workshop Sawdust: Part 1: Building a Portable Sawdust Collector: 7:2 (20-25)Part 2: A built-in Sawdust Collector: 7:3 (50-53)
  • Copy Attachment for Your Lathe: 3:3 (15-24)
  • Curved Molding: 5:2 (28-33)
  • The Cutting Edge: 10:2 (42-46)
  • A Dial Caliper for your Scale Projects: 8:6 (40-42)
  • A Disc Sander for the Miniaturist's Workbench: 4:3 (44-52)
  • Fine Adjustment for the Shaper Table: 7:1 (23-26)
  • Fine Adjustment for the TSC Wood Surfacer: 6:4 (21-24)
  • Grinding a Profiling Tool for Wood Turning: 7:4 (26-28)
  • Helical Fluting with the Copy Attachment: 4:1 (39-47)
  • Hidden Wiring Update: An Improved Wiring Channel Router: 8:2 (43-48)
  • Improving the Micro-Lux Drill Press: 10:1 (42-46)
  • Installing a Small Fluorescent Light: 4:3 (33-38)
  • Knocking Out Scroll Saw Vibration: 13:4 (43-44)
  • Lathe Copy Attachment: Turning Slender Spindles: 4:2 (9-19)
  • Making Flutes With the Copy Attachment: 3:4 (17-22)
  • Making Your Own Scale Dowels: 3:1 (51-52)
  • Making Your Own Scale Lumber: 5:4 (5-9)
  • Modifying the ATM Scroll Saw for Scale Work: 9:3 (42-47)
  • Modifying the Chopper: (Part 1) 6:2 (36-41); (Part 2-The Slicer Chopper Modification) 6:3:(16-21)
  • Modifying the Micromark Scroll Saw: 14:1 (43-45)
  • Mood changes in a Scale Room: Working Draw Drapes: 17:2 (44-48)
  • A Mounting Table for the Dremel Moto-Tool: 5:1 (22-27)
  • Now You See It, Now You Don't: Hidden Wiring in the Pre-Fab Miniature House: 2:3 (30-36)
  • Operating Tinplate in One-Twelfth Scale: 6:1 (29-44)
  • Pin Driver for Miniatures: 7:4 (21-23)
  • Power Wood Carver: 8:4 (31-35)
  • Scale Nuts and Bolts: 5:3 (38-39)
  • Scale Drawing from a Photo: Making & Using Proportional Dividers: 8:5 (29-35)
  • The Scratch Tool: 6:3 (48-52)
  • Scroll Saw Cross-Cutting and Ripping: 13:3 (40-43)
  • Shaker Knobs & A Form Tool: 16:1 (31-35)
  • Three Simple Improvements for the Micro-Lux Table Saw: 10:4 (40-43)
  • TSC Power Dowel Maker: 14:3 (38-44)
  • TSC Sanding Surfacer: 14:2 (25-34)
  • Twelve Times Projector: 15:3 (33-37)
  • Two Pedal Saws You Can Make (Part 1- Jeweler's Saw): (Part 1) 12:1 (36-42); (Part 2-Dohzuki Saw) 12:2 (33-38,42).
  • A Useful Table Saw Accessory: The Taper Jig: 12:3 (39-43,iii)
  • Ventilate Your Work Area: 14:4 (16-19)
  • When a Modeler Needs a Tool: Tools and Costs on the Modeler's Workbench: 9:4 (49-56)
  • Workbench Power Controller: 16:2 (42-43)
  • Wrestling with Plywood: 12:4 (25-28)

Jim Jedlicka and James Dorsett

  • Operating Ceiling Fan 7:3 (29-35)

Johnstone, James B.

  • The Fine Art of Finishing (Revision of earlier article): (Part 1) 19:2 (19-24); (Part 2) 19:3 (39-46); (Part 3) 19:4 (15-23, 43)
  • Finishing Mini's is Different: (Series) Tools for Holding and Preparing the Surface: 4:3 (4-15) Coloring: 5:1 (10-15), Staining: 5:2 (16-20)
  • Modeler's Third Hand Vise: 5:1 (39)
  • Variations on a Theme: Ideas for the Lathe Duplicator: 4:2 (46-49)

K

Kempton, Tom

  • Dollhouse Hinge: 18:4 (3)
  • A Modern Original: Melbourne Chair (c. 1991): 20:1 (40-43)

Korb, Donna

  • Sultan's Garden: A Scale Silk Oriental Rug: 2:4 (44-49)

L

Lasch, Wayne

  • Fern Stand (Beginner's Workbench): 14:3 (21-22)
  • Plain and Simple...Utility Bench: 16:3 (16)
  • Shaker Candle Holders: 16:1 (36,40)
  • Shaker Herb Drying Rack (Beginner's Workbench): 14:1 (40-42)
  • Shaker step stool: 17:1 (47)
  • Telephone Stand and Stool, Mission: 15:1 (46-48)

Leonard, John

  • Safer for cats...Victorian Platform Rocker: 20:2 (37-41)
  • Traveling Workshop: 15:3 (25-26)

Lovelady, Harold

A Working Desk Lock: 7:3 (11-14)

 

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