8 ideas to make your bench work harder
Sliding clamp supports solves problem of awkward pipe clamps
An easy way to bore odd-size holes.
A block of wood and some playing cards help with tiny adjustments to the rip fence on your tablesaw.
Get a peek into Vic Tesolin's mindset as he dreams up the layout of his new woodworking shop.
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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.
June 23, 2020
The handle makes it easier to control the push block and leaves the other hand free to control the workpiece.
June 16, 2020
How to trim the excess banding flush without cutting through the thin veneer on plywood? The trick is to raise the fence.
June 15, 2020
Bob Miller shares a simple way to do a simple task–accurately routing miter-slot extensions in an outfeed table.
June 1, 2020
Chris Schwarz demonstrates how to improve any existing bench with a few inexpensive pieces of wood and steel.
May 29, 2020
In this video, Ben Strano shows how he keeps his sizeable collection of hardware tamed and organized so that he can find what he needs when he needs it.
Tim Coleman’s shop, located just steps from the front door of his house, is filled with beautiful machinery— some vintage, some modern—well-loved hand tools, and more than a few of his favorite bicycles.
May 21, 2020
While the tablesaw is plenty capable by itself, you can pump it up even more with a handful of jigs, fixtures, and accessories.
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