An effective and budget-conscious trio of solutions
Planing stops and saw hooks add speed and accuracy to your handwork
Practical storage cabinet utilizes the wasted space beneath your benchtop
Veteran pro builds a strong case for using this misunderstood adhesive
A professional-quality saw, custom-fitted to your hand
Here is some time-tested guidance on drill bits for the woodworking shop: which types to buy, and how to save some money when you’re buying them. There are many different…
This wall-mounted tool chest has space for every conceivable hand tool. Four layers of storage, to be exact: in the deep main doors, on a pair of shallow inner doors,…
Here’s a look at communal shop space in four big cities—New York, Los Angeles, Edinburgh, and Beijing—and the woodworkers who organized these spaces.
A sanding block is an essential piece of woodworking equipment, with designs ranging from basic to high-tech. I’ve had good luck with this bandsawn block for many years. It can…
When using my drill press, I find that some workpieces need to be held down firmly, while others benefit from a stop block for repeat positioning. This two-position drill-press fence…
For tasks like trimming wood plugs or removing dried glue in corners, I’ve wanted a chisel plane for a long while. I know they are available commercially, but I had…
Not having room in my small shop for a dedicated sharpening station, I turned a cookie sheet into a stowaway station that tucks under a wall cabinet or on the…
Nova rolls out a smart drill press
Bandsaw has plenty of power and great guides
Cordless jigsaw never gets snagged
A look into the beautiful shop and tool chest Dan Smith uses to build furniture and wooden boats
See Mike Pekovich's essential bench jigs in use, and hear why he considers them an integral part of his workflow
Matt Kenney demonstrates how the clever interlocking joinery in Eric Tan's rock-solid workbench allows it to break down for transport
One of the most intimidating parts of building a handsaw is making sure you have the saw slot perfectly straight. Dillon Ryan shows a simple technique that eliminates any chance of error.
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