Attached to your tablesaw attachments? Protect blades, miter gauges, push sticks, and more in the heavy-duty drawers of this cabinet that slips beneath the extension wing of your tablesaw. Roll it out again when you need an assembly table.
Organize your nail guns--pneumatic and battery powered--with this easy-to-build cabinet. There's storage for nails and accessories, too.
This bed/crib combo adapts to a growing child's needs and knocks down for storage. Simple plywood panels secured with knock-down fasteners make this bed fast to build, set up, and break down. Start with the crib, and when your child is old enough, swap in the toddler panel. It allows a little one to get in and out on their own, while preventing them from rolling out. When they outgrow the toddler bed, everything disassembles for storage in minimal space.
This raised-top cabinet greets guests with undersated style and features a different spin on typical frame-and-panel construction. Instead of rails captured between stiles, they chase each other "pinwheel" fashion around the panel. The benefit: although the stiles and rails are different lengths, they are machined the same.
This sturdy, easy-to-stow sidekick is great for outdoor cooking. The legs fold up and the shelf fits inside the top for storage and sets up in seconds.
Advocates of stand-up desks cite studies showing that after a meal, blood sugar levels return to normal faster when a person spends more time standing. And, for many, standing reduces the risk of shoulder and back pain. We've sized our desk for a 5' 11"-tall person, but we'll show you how to get the height right for you. Our desk uses steam-bent arcs to add art to this functional piece of furniture. We'll teach you how the basics of steam bending, including how to create a steam box and bending forms.
Smaller pickups have their advantages, but transporting 4x8' sheet goods isn't one of them. Here's an easy way to turn your less-than-full-size truck into an effective hauler of sheet goods and lumber. When not in use, it folds for easy storage.
Cutting a dado that precisely matches the thickness of the material going into it can be a time-consuming, trial-and-error experience. But not with this jig. You quickly set it up with on-the-money precision, first time, every time.
Sitting and relaxing on a porch or deck doesn't mean you have to miss out on what's going on around you. This tall Adirondack-style chair lifts you high enough to see over the railingÑplus, your knees will appreciate the ease of getting into or out of it. The matching table holds your snack and beverage while you enjoy the commanding view.
These 6x6 military trucks have hauled troops, supplies, and equipment to every accessible corner of the globe - and to many previously though inaccessible. This one rumbles across the floor with plenty of room in back for green plastic army men or other essential cargo.