Routers, Bits, and Accessories Tool Reviews
A few simple tips prevent ragged runs on routed edges.
Why buy? Apparently, someone was listening when a woodworker said, "I wish I had an extra set of hands."
We tested 12 combo packs in search of the best--and it didn't take long to knock a few out of the running.
Why buy? With one of these accessories, you'll end the annoying under-the-table fumbling for your router's power switch.
To make routing rail-and-stile joints easier and safer, a coping sled holds the frame rails securely and squarely as you rout the profile across the end grain using your router table or shaper.
Through dovetails make a strong and beautiful joint, but who has the time to cut them by hand? We tested 10 router-assisted jigs and found winners in three price ranges.
Muff-style hearing protectors reduce the sound reaching your ears, effectively preventing hearing damage.
Why buy? In the shop, a portable workbench can serve as a temporary worksurface, tool stand, or as a large clamp holding your workpiece.