For laying out circles where the exact radius isn’t critical, I like to use a scrap of perforated hardboard
You know that gut-punch feeling you get when a brad blows through the side of a case assembly? Never experience it again.
When needing to take off just a little material from a piece of trim that has a mitered or 90° edge, use this simple jig, modeled after a rafter square.
When cutting box joints using my tablesaw sled, I like to keep eyes on the blade throughout the cut.
It’s hard to see a pencil mark on dark woods, such as walnut.
Nothing beats a hold-fast for keeping your workpiece anchored to your bench when an ordinary clamp just can’t reach.