I like biscuit joinery; it’s simple, fast, and helps align pieces during a glue-up.
After accidentally drilling hinge holes on the wrong side of a jewelry box, I wrestled with how to hide the error.
Struggling to come up with a way to connect a shop vacuum to the odd-size port on a sander, I spotted a tennis ball installed as a rail-guide bumper on my bandsaw.
When building cabinets for my shop, I wanted a drawer design that would prevent dust build-up.
I love using my benchtop mortiser to plow lots of slots quickly, but laying out all of those mortises can be a nuisance.
Need to lay out a circle but don’t have a compass? No problem.