Here is a simple jig for your table saw that can do a great deal of the work of a jointer. In this set of free woodworking plans, learn how to build a simple table saw jointer jig that will give you clean, straight edges from which to do glue-ups, make other joints or just ensure a clean edge for that piece of stock.
The caul press costs little to build and can easily be stored out of your way when you are not using it.
Building a workstation around your miter saw will make this tool more versatile. Extension tables support stock on either side of the saw while wooden fences keep long workpieces square to the blade. Each fence has…read more at Google Books.
You can convert your drill press to an oscillating sander for less than 30 dollars.
With the router ellipse jig you can cut or draw perfect ovals without the hassle of templates or string.
With no back or bottom, this workshop jig is great for dadoing and for crosscutting wide stock.
With its tapered inner walls and expansion slots, this shop-made compression chuck will hold round pieces for finish-turning or drilling.
Here are instruction for an easy-to-build steam bending system.
Tablesaw cut-off boxes make safe, precise crosscuts, even on long or wide stock.