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.
To keep my drill-bit stop collars organized, I drilled two 5⁄32 " holes in a 3⁄4 "-thick scrap wood block, one of them only 1⁄2 " deep.
In my modelmaking, I’ve found a full-size tablesaw to be more tool than the job needs.
Using pegboard for drawer bottoms makes it a cinch to add dividers for easier organization of the drawer contents.
After dropping a workpiece through the opening in my bench vise for the umpteenth time, I made a support board that rests on the guide rails.
When routing a profile on mitered or beveled workpieces, is it better to rout the profile first and then cut the pieces, or vice versa?
I use luggage tags with strings to help me organize my bandsaw blades.