This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a thin rip jig. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software.
With no back or bottom, this workshop jig is great for dadoing and for crosscutting wide stock.
This old-fashioned plane jig will help you plane perfect miter joints.
This biscuit-joint miter jig makes it easy to biscuit-join mitered corners, even in thin stock.
Cutting on-the-money rabbets for half-lap joints with a portable circular saw and handheld router is a breeze with this two-in-one jig.
Until recently, I used my drill press to clamp layers of wood together for vases or bowl blanks. Problem is, the drill press is not really designed for this task, and I actually bent the rack gear on a large drill press doing it. After that, I decided there had to be a better and less expensive way. Here are free plans to build the shop press for glueing bowl blanks.
Improve the accuracy of your tablesaw with this zero-clearance jig. Ditch the miter gauge to increase the accuracy of your benchtop tablesaw.
I recently needed to cut some tapered pieces for a project and didn not want to invest in a manufactured jig. So I built the simple tablesaw tapering jig you see in the photo. It doesn not take much material to build the jig. You probably have just about everything you’ll need lying around your shop.
Locating the depth of drill bit collars, determining the length of dowels, or accurately setting the cutting depth for tools can be challenging. To make this task easier, I built this set-up gauge.
Mounting drawer pulls has never been easier than with this handy drawer hole drilling jig.