I’ve noticed that a lot of top-handle jigsaws have both a variable-speed dial and a variable-speed trigger. Isn’t one control enough?
I don’t have a bandsaw or router, but need to cut a circular tabletop. Can I outfit my jigsaw with a trammel to do the job?
Laying out irregular curves need not be difficult. Here's an easy ways to get your "ducks" in a row.
For arrow-straight slots with crisp, clean ends and edges, let your router table, a few shop-made accessories, and a little know-how help you produce on-target results.
Boring big or odd-size holes just got a whole lot easier using this simple method.
Prepare before you cut, and produce smooth, clean edges.