Find the tips, tricks, and techniques for your woodworking shop from wood preparation to finished cabinetry with doors and drawers. You’ll also learn about joinery, measuring, and wood finishes.
I needed a space-efficient storage solution for all my clamps. I found many plans for roll-around carts but couldn’t justify the loss of usable floor space.
Most bandsaw tables provide little support for long workpieces.
Looking for a way to store tape measures and other tools that have a belt or pocket clip, I came up with an inexpensive wall-mounted rack.
My projects require a lot of fine sanding.
After slabbing a log with my chainsaw mill, I needed a router sled to flatten the slabs. For less than $90, I built a heavy-duty version that should last me for years.
A luthier friend, who makes stringed instruments, showed me this tip for gluing up thin panels and keeping them flat using large wedges, straight cauls, and strong cord.
One of the frustrations throughout my 50 years of woodworking is fine-tuning the tablesaw rip-fence position
The replacement filters for my ceiling-mounted air filter are an odd size and rather expensive.