Follow along with the free step-by-step instructions at the link and build your own woodworking mallet.
When away from the wood shop, the best way to accommodate a compound miter saw is with a portable miter saw stand.
Build your own router table with these instructions. Lots of tips and what to avoid as well.
Here is a router edge guide/fence tutorial you can follow to build for rabbiting the edge of a board.
A table saw sled makes cross cuts fast, safe and very accurate. They are useful for trimming sheet goods, mitering small pieces, making repetitive cuts and more.
An easy way to make better use of any shop space is to organize where and how your most-used hand tools are stored. This compact, wall-mounted tool rack does just that. Best of all, the design offers flexibility to customize it for your own needs. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
At this link you will find the downloadable plans to make all of these sanding blocks for your workshop.
Make this spaghetti measuring tool and you will always make the right amount of pasta for one, two, three or even four people.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a set-up gauge for measuring height. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
This wall-mounted carousel, built by reader James Bowler, makes it easy to keep lathe tools handy and organized.