Shopmade Jigs and Fixtures

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  • Your Miter Saw Needs a StandYour Miter Saw Needs a Stand

    by John White

    A good stand can make any miter saw sing a sweeter song. This one has five features that make it stand out from the rest, turning a portable carpentry tool into ...

  • Tune Up Your WorkbenchTune Up Your Workbench

    by Richard L. Humphreville

    Your workbench is one of the most important tools in the shop, and it takes a terrific beating. After all, it serves as a platform for sawing, planing, chiseling, ...

  • Best-Ever Outfeed TableBest-Ever Outfeed Table

    by John White

    An outfeed table helps make tablesaw operation safer and provides valuable workspace for assembly and finishing. But the space beneath it is often wasted. John ...

  • Forget What You Know About WorkbenchesForget What You Know About Workbenches

    by Josh Finn

    Josh Finn's workbench is a model of versatility. It features two long, narrow torsion-box beams with Homasote tops and melamine bottoms. The beams rest on two wide ...

  • Stow-and-Go Router TableVideo: Stow-and-Go Router Table

    with Roland Johnson

    Build a full-featured router table that is portable, lightweight and easy to store

  • All About Picture FramingAll About Picture Framing

    by Robert Hamon

    Picture framing is something woodworkers tend to shy away from: it may be fear of damaging an irreplaceable piece of art or of putting less-than-perfect miter joints ...

  • Drawing Big CurvesDrawing Big Curves

    by Paul Schürch

    Creating a piece of furniture that uses long, curved lines and graceful shapes isn’t difficult, designer Paul Schürch says. It’s a matter of trusting your instinct ...

  • A Classic BenchA Classic Bench

    by Frank Klausz

    Frank Klausz’s joiner bench is outfitted with shoulder and tail vises and steel dogs that can clamp a workpiece in a variety of positions. It’s build solidly enough ...

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