This drill press table offers time-saving setups, super accuracy, and easy adaptability to all kinds of jigs and clamps.
At 19 inches the stool is just the right height for working on projects that rest on the floor or on a low bench. And it is easy to change the stools height by altering the length of the legs.
In this article, I will show you a collapsible benchtop booth based on a simple box fan. A well-designed spray booth will capture the over-spray and direct it out of the building, away from you and your work.
Here is a production drilling jig designed to speed up the drilling of multiple parts.
This set of wooden tool box plans, because of their simplicity, are great to get kids involved.
Simplicity is key in this no-frills router table. Many are highly engineered, bulky, and take a long time to build. But this one is uncomplicated and quick-to-make in just 20 minutes.
This router table project requires about a half sheet of plywood, a small supply of solid-wood lumber, a handful of hardware, a router mounting plate, and a router.
Improve accuracy and increase rip capacity with these handy accessories for the Table Saw Workstation. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
This workbench delivers on all counts. It features rock-solid construction and a top with plenty of space to spread out. For storage, the bench can be outfitted with a simple shelf or with a bank of drawers. It even has wheels that make it easy to move around.
A woodwork bench derived originally from Today’s Woodworker issue 25. Back issues seem to be no longer available. Simple joinery, bolted construction for easy dis-assembly and transport.