Shop Project: Adding A Router Extension To Your Table Saw

Adding a router-table extension to your contractor-style table saw is fairly easy to accomplish – simply remove the metal extension that’s there now, and then build and bolt this one into place. Important note: This table was built for a specific 10″ saw...

Building an Auxiliary Band Saw Table

The cure for the incredible shrinking work surface isn’t a new band saw. There I was, perfectly content with my minuscule 14″-square band saw table, not even aware that there was something far, far better. Then I took a job teaching wood craftsmanship at...

Adding A Mobile Base to Big Tools

Few of us ever admit to having “enough” tools and machinery, but sooner or later, we realize that it’s possible to own one too many. Finding parking spots for those most-needed machines, benches, stands, and materials in a crowded garage or basement...

Build a Knock Down Workbench

Here is a workbench that is quick and easy to construct, professional looking and absolutely rigid. Designing the Workbench The workbench mainly consists of four legs and four stretchers held together with eight identical joints. The joints are easy to cut yet...

Using Cherry for Woodworking Projects

CHERRY (botanically called “black” cherry, Prunus serotina) has long been ranked second only to walnut by makers of finely crafted furniture. Once you’ve worked it, you’ll understand why: great color, fine grain, a wonderful luster, and it even...
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