Put the squeeze on odd shapes with this clamping jig.
Looking for a fast, inexpensive way to improve the air quality in your basement shop? Then we think you will like this idea of exhausting dust through a basement window.
In the past when I built a project from plans, those plans either took up valuable benchtop space or hid tools on the wall. I needed a place to put them where they would be within easy reach, but out of the way. This hideaway table solves the problem.
Plastic knobs for jigs and other shop helpers are great, but here’s an easy, economical method for making your own.
They based the size of the dog door on the dogs height. Pet doors should be positioned so that the bottom of the door is at roughly the same height from the floor as the dogs chest.
By Skip Thomsen – Any good carpenter can build a staircase. What we are talking about here is taking that staircase to the next level: beyond just a means to get from one floor in a building to another.
This slotted holder keeps your blades in sight and ready and can easily be made with a small bit of plywood or a few boards.
Are you ready for on-the-money miters? Once you build this little tablesaw jig, you can rest assured that your miters will always match up.
AOKCorral provides a materials list and step by step instructions for these fun yard and garden stakes.
My shelving system incorporates 2×2 lumber for the back wall support cleats, one half inch thick standard CDX plywood shelves, 2×3 lumber for front shelf support beams and vertical 2x4s that support the front shelf beams.