This is a one page document that contains the cutting diagram for the Multi-Purpose table that appeared in the Australian Woodsmith magazine Issue 64. Go to this link and open up Issue 64 Multi-purpose table.
This 1 page document provides the cutting diagram for the interlocking tool box project that appears in the Australian Woodsmith magazine Issue 62. Go to this link and open up Issue 62 Toolbox CD.
This is a one page document that contains the cutting diagram for the High End Tool Chest that appeared in the Australian Woodsmith magazine Issue 64. Go to this link and open up Issue 64 Tool Box.
This headboard arch half-pattern makes getting a symmetrical finished piece automatic. The dimensions are for a queen-size bed. The patterns are available to download at Woodsmith.
Before you start, it is a good idea to measure your bedframe to make sure it will line up with the posts. The free arched patterns are available to download at Woodsmith.
At the link you will find information and instructions to build the base of the dresser.
Gordon Gaines of Oakdale, California wanted to extend the short tables on his thickness planer, but did not have room for a large, permanent setup. His solution: these fold-away extension tables.
A sliding compound miter saw is a valuable addition to any shop. But like any tool, it can always be upgraded to give you better results and more convenient use. Building the workstation you see here will do just that. The workstation provides a sturdy base for your saw, as well as extended support for long workpieces. It can be incorporated into your shop as a permanent fixture, but at the same time it is designed to be easily moved when necessary.