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.
Making small parts using a mitersaw or tablesaw can be a dicey affair.
Owner Marc Manly calls it “the barn,” but you won’t find any animals inside. Rather, a spacious shop and a space to entertain—both as beautiful as the exterior—share the interior.
With these two jigs, you can rip tapers on anything from a footstool leg to a tall bedpost.
A high-volume, low-pressure (HVLP) spray gun makes applying a finish easier than ever. Follow these simple procedures and keep that gun performing like new for years to come.
Joe dedicated a double-wide bay of his garage to woodworking. Lumber storage spills into the walls of the other two bays used for parking his vehicles.
A workbench anchors your woodworking shop by providing a flat, durable surface dedicated to making parts and assembling projects.