This is a 7 page PDF file detailing how to build this open display rack project for the golfer in your life.
This is a 6 page PDF file detailing how to build this traditional cutting board.
Putting up a fence around your garden may be a matter of necessity or a matter of landscape improvement.
You need a dependable jig for cutting shoulders and cheeks of tenons, this jig shows you how to build one at minimal expense. We designed it to clamp the workpiece in place and ride flush against the rip fence.
By Bruce Bernson – A test-tube insert enables this beauty of a wooden turned vase to hold fresh-cut flowers.
The Idea Shop 5 wall cleat system featured on page 86 of the November 2003 issue of WOOD works great for supporting more than cabinets and tool racks. This easy-to-build light support fits and locks onto the same cleat, and can be located near any number of machine operations.
This is a 6 page PDF file detailing how to build this classic drop leaf table. Beautiful furniture to last generations.
To use this pivoting outfeed table with your tablesaw, set the level platform height to match your tablesaw top, and then tilt the platform toward the saw.
When I use the belt on my belt/disc sander, it makes me a bit nervous to have the disc spinning there while my attention is focused elsewhere. So I devised this sanding disc shield to help.
The bench top planer jigs shown are from the article – Get the Most from Your Planer from issue 173, November 2006, of WOOD magazine.