Learn tips and tricks that make your shop time more productive. Find out how to get the most out of hand tools and power tools, including your router and table saw. See tips on finishing, gluing, clamping, sharpening, layout, and more!
I often cut multiple small parts at the bandsaw and inevitably, some of them end up on the floor. To capture those runaways, I made the tray shown here that bolts onto my bandsaw table.
Years ago, needing a handle for a pushblock, I spied a few jumbo Shaker pegs lying around, so I used one of them.
It bothers me to have hoses and cords strung across the floor of my shop.
The split fence on my router table allows me to adjust the opening around the router bit.
When you want a graceful curved-edge tabletop, frame, or opening with a little more flare than a sta
I was recently working on a project that required a centered hole in one end of a 11⁄4 " dowel. Lacking a tool to help me find the center, I resorted to pencil and paper.