8 ideas to make your bench work harder
This router mortising jig captures the workpiece between two fences.
In issue #285, Clark Kellogg assembles the sides of his hexagon boxes with some innovative clamps from an unlikely source: a bike shop.
Take this workshop workhorse even further with some select jigs
Remove most of the waste at the back of each socket before turning to the chisel for cleanup.
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September 2, 2020
From shooting boards to work holding fixtures, check out this collection of jigs that make handwork easier and more accurate for any woodworker.
August 26, 2020
Fence helps when aligning large pieces for square cuts
August 18, 2020
Setup works for tiny trimming cuts, back bevels, and mitering stringing
August 11, 2020
Sliding clamp supports solves problem of awkward pipe clamps
August 4, 2020
An easy way to bore odd-size holes.
July 29, 2020
A block of wood and some playing cards help with tiny adjustments to the rip fence on your tablesaw.
July 27, 2020
Get a peek into Vic Tesolin's mindset as he dreams up the layout of his new woodworking shop.
July 21, 2020
A simple outrigger with a shoulder keeps tenoning jig from tipping during use
July 15, 2020
Double-tapered auxiliary jaw holds odd shapes securely.
July 7, 2020
When you draw curves with flexible wood battens, blue tape is an easy way to hold them in place.
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