Take an ugly yard-sale plane and give it new life as the most eye-catching—and useful—plane in your collection.
A good mallet will find a permanent spot on your workbench, always at the ready.
Featured in WOOD Issue 245, March 2017
Here's one simple jig that does the work of two. Use it to locate the center of round stock, or use the increment holes to mark different sizes of circles and arcs.
Have you ever trimmed off a nailhead (to make a pivot for a circle-cutting jig, for instance) usi
Some project parts, such as through-tenons and screw-hiding plugs, are intentionally left too lon
A rabbet plane rapidly and cleanly pares away the ridges left in the bottom of a rabbet (top
Here’s a frustration-free way to mask holes.