I find it helpful to keep a screwdriver on hand to adjust jigs while at the tablesaw or to fine-tune my router table’s fences.
Sometimes a clamping job requires more than your workbench for stability.
When ripping a glue-line joint on the tablesaw, the smallest deviation of the blade from 90° can result in unflat panels.
Benchtop tools are great space savers, but you still need to lug them into the open to use them.
Recessing T-nuts flush with the surface of a shop jig requires at least two bit changes with standard drill bits.
Have trouble remembering that to-do list for the shop or house? Try this simple trick.