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February 9, 2012
This rock-solid sawhorse folds and stows away in a sliver of space, and you can make it from hardwood scraps and hardware-store hinges.
November 1, 2009
Krenov’s genius didn’t stop at furniture
December 11, 2008
This folding sawhorse is simplicity itself. Just pick it up and it folds. I make these out of milled 2x4s and nylon rope. The legs are canted 100°, and their…
December 1, 2008
Simple system of beams and bases does everything a traditional bench can, and more
March 26, 2008
I use my roller stand with several different tools with different table or outfeed heights. This requires me to adjust the stand frequently, with all the bending over, sighting, and…
January 9, 2007
Splayed legs and strong joinery provide a sturdy base for your workshop
Based on examples in the historic cabinet shop at Colonial Williamsburg, this sturdy shop staple features fine joinery and a stout design
December 11, 2006
Scott Gibson's July/August 2006 article, "A Woodworker's Kitchen," shows a temporary shelf to support the upper cabinets during installation. I use a similar support, but mine is adjustable, so I…
October 25, 2005
Back in the days before I had a radial arm saw in my shop, I worked out a cutoff table to use with my portable circular saw. The fixture consists…
I attached metal shelf standards and brackets to the legs of my workbench. With the aid of a small shelf resting on the brackets, I can support large awkward workpieces,…
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