Whether it’s a simple trick for holding a workpiece better, or a way to get a little more from your dust collector, we’ve gathered some of the best shop tips here.
Accounting for the ways wood moves is one thing that often crosses my mind when working on a project. The … Read More
This divided tray of historical significance can do a great job of corralling small bits of hardware and minimize the … Read More
The miter saw is great for cutting down larger pieces of wood, but it can be a challenge to safely … Read More
If you've ever tried to match up a dowel to a Forstner bit, you know it can be a challenge. … Read More
Phil has a few handy tips and tricks to make routing stopped grooves for wood drawer runners in mating pieces … Read More
The miter saw is my main crosscutter, but making small adjustments on the piece being cut isn’t easy. The stop … Read More