The bench top planer jigs shown are from the article – Get the Most from Your Planer from issue 173, November 2006, of WOOD magazine.
Sliding doors and a flexible design allow you to pack a lot of tools in a small space. View ShopNotes shop cabinet project from its magazine issue.
This is a basic plan from which to build a very strong and versatile work bench with lots of room to work. A pegboard can be added easily for extra storage and hanging tools.
Built to house a scrollsaw, this mobile cabinet was designed with comfort and storage in mind. Read more at CanadianHomeWorkshop.
Three ways to build a door, including batten, layered and joined door designs, diagrams and instructions.
The Rolling Router Table – Making the most useful table in the shop.
I know I am not alone in my disregard for the splitter/blade guard assemblies that come with most table saws. The splitters are flimsy, the blade guards are always in the way, etc. Here is my tablesaw splitter project.
I came up with a simple solution to create an air hose caddy using PVC pipe and clamps. Follow along and I will show you how I did it.