With its tapered inner walls and expansion slots, this shop-made compression chuck will hold round pieces for finish-turning or drilling.
Tablesaw cut-off boxes make safe, precise crosscuts, even on long or wide stock.
This two point lathe steady rest prevents long, thin work-pieces from flexing as you turn them on the lathe.
This drill press table offers time-saving setups, super accuracy, and easy adaptability to all kinds of jigs and clamps.
A tablesaw tenoning jig is an essential tool for most woodworkers. This jig features the safety and stability of a crosscut sled, combined with a mircro-adjust tenoning carriage.
Build a treasure chest for your favorite tools. The curved top tool box is easy to build, thanks to several jigs.
Here is a production drilling jig designed to speed up the drilling of multiple parts.
A putter shed is a great way to increase your outdoor storage area. We built ours using a plan we saw in a magazine, but most lumberyards and home centers will have plans and kits available.
Time in the shop should not be spent on a game of hide and seek. But too often my layout tools were hiding and I was wasting time looking for them. I finally decided to put an end to the game and came up with a solution – a magnetic tool holder.
The clamp block stands, shown in the photo, give the clamps a very stable footing, as well as creating extra clearance for the handle. Thus I was able to put an end to the handle cranking clearance and stability problems by making some stands for my pipe clamps.