Precise Epoxy Mixing.
Bill Wells of Olympia, WA, uses two dedicated syringes (purchased from a local medical supply house) for storing his epoxy. This gives him precise control over the amount of hardener and resin needed. The syringes also keep things tidy and ready for future use.
Shop Vacuum Upgrade.
Edward Wargo of Burlington, NJ, was tired of struggling with his vacuum nozzle sticking to the shop floor due to the suction. So he installed a set of shower door replacement wheels (photo below) that hold the nozzle just above the floor, yet still pick up all the sawdust.
Pet Collar Cord Keeper.
To keep all his unruly extension cords in order, Dana Myers of Des Moines, IA, decided to employ an item rarely found in the shop, an old pet collar. As his puppy outgrew its collars, he used them as a binder and hanger for the extension cords.
Wandering Workmate Benchdogs.
Dennis Rowe of Canoga Park, CA, uses his Workmate all around the house, as well as in the shop. But the Workmate dogs are light and easy to lose. So he drilled a hole in each and used a beaded chain to keep them together and close at hand.