Here you'll 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.
The recent installation of four heavy-duty steel shelving units added a lot of much-needed storage space to my workshop.
Like most woodworkers, when cutting slots for exposed corner splines, I typically use a tablesaw jig with a V-shape saddle to hold frames upright.
For odd-shaped or long glue-ups—such as attaching a lamp body to its base—a drill press often serves as a fast, convenient, and effective clamp.
With this simple jig made of a few scraps of wood including 1⁄4 " plywood and 5⁄8 " birch dowel, as well as two rare-earth magnets, you can use your smart phone to accurately set the angle of your tablesaw blade.
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.