By Gord Graff – I was presenting a seminar on biscuit joinery the other night and after the class one of the attendees came to me and could not believe how my simple biscuit joiner jig could solve a number of problems he had. He was so amazed with the simple thing that the only thing I could do was hand it to him and say, here you go. After giving it away I knew that I would have to make a new one, so this morning I did just that and documented it in hopes that it may help someone else.
This is the 18th century English tool chest now in the Guildhall Museum in Rochester, England. Most interesting is that unlike other tool chests of its day, this chest and its tools are virtually unused and are in the same condition as when they were new in 1796!
This radius cutting jig cuts perfect radii with a router using a swinging arm.
Here are three designs of beach shoes you can make in your workshop.
Build the wood router jig shown on the right with just a few tools using scraps laying around your shop!
Here is a great jig for making multiple jewelry boxes…and step-by-step instructions for making a simple 3 inch x 5 inch x 8 inch all-purpose box.
If you have a small work shop, then we have a workbench for you. It is attached to the wall and folds in when not in use so that you do not have to sacrifice any space.
This simple, easy-to-build walker for the little girls dolly will provide many hours of enjoyment. She will loads of fun parading around the house with that favorite doll.
This is a pretty simple woodworking project. Simply use the drawing as a guide to make a penguin push toy.
One of the biggest challenges when using a router is simply keeping the power cord out of the way. This workshop tool storage jig will help resolve that problem for you.