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!
To hold many workpieces, such as these double-tapered legs, when applying finish, look no further than your clamp rack.
To make my shop vise work even harder, I added a stop to it.
To extend the longevity of stored paints, stains, and varnishes, I keep their can rims as clean as possible.
Most every board requires flattening on one side before planing it to thickness.
I often drill and tap wood, MDF, and plywood for holding bolts, screws, and threaded inserts.
I like to decorate projects with inlays. There’s just one problem with that process: removing the inlay from the routed depression after dry-fitting can easily damage the edges of the inlay and the depression.