Advice for your inspiring workshop is here with topics that include shop storage, dust collection, lighting & wiring, and shop jigs. You'll also find tips about shop layout, maintenance, and workbenches.
Nestled behind a 110-year old Victorian home in the Catskill Mountains, a three-story carriage house tucked into the side of a hill serves as Tom Jeffers’s woodworking retreat.
For quick cleanups around the shop without having to drag out the big vac, nothing beats these battery-powered vacuums.
Improve your shop’s air quality by using these helpful tips to gather dust before it becomes airborne.
After his retirement, Eric Ralston bought 2 1/2 acres of land in northern Ohio and built a home and the shell of a two-story, 24×24' garage.
I’m building a workbench, and wondering about where to space the holes for the bench dogs. Is there a rule of thumb?
MOF dust has clogged the bags of my dust collector, and I can tell the machine Isn’t pulling in as much air as it used to. What’s the best way to clean those bags?