Outfit and Organize
When slatwall was introduced 40 years ago, it provided retailers the flexibility to quickly change their wall displays. Homeowners can now enjoy that benefit, too.
Organize your tool-chest drawers with foam inserts cut to fit specific tools.
Can a homeowner epoxy project look as spectacular as a new-car showroom? Yep, this stuff is scary beautiful.
When you want to use your router, you don't want to waste time routing through drawers and toolboxes for router bits, wrenches, and other accessories. This compact, wall-mounted organizer keeps everything you need, including your router, in plain sight.
No matter how finely sharpened a saw blade, dado set, or molding knives may be, grain tearout can occur when the workpiece is not completely supported by the table insert.
For years, I've pondered how to keep existing tools in place in drawers and still leave room for new tools. Finally, I devised a modular system that gives me a solution to the problem.
There's the problem of where to store a pushstick and other tablesaw accessories. Solve this dilemma by building a pair of shelves below your tablesaw top.
When building a project, I like to keep my plans close at hand, which means dragging them from tool to tool for different operations.
Because I don’t care for the idea of drilling into my expensive Biesemeyer-style tablesaw fence to attach jigs, I mount them to the fence with rare earth magnets.