Henry Scotts of San Antonio, TX uses a lot of threaded inserts in the edges of plywood. To avoid splitting the workpiece, Henry waxes the insert and also uses a clamp across the edge of the workpiece. This way, he can install the inserts with no problems.
Sizing Peg Hooks.
Ryan Maurer of Marion, MA found that when changing pegboard sizes, his old pegboard hooks were a loose fit in the new pegboard. To solve the problem, he uses plastic dip on the hooks. This increases the size and makes them fit in the new pegboard much better.
Shooting Plane Grip.
Charles Mak of Calgary, Alberta often uses his jack plane as a shooting plane. When doing a lot of shooting, he decided he needed an easier way to hold onto the plane. For a quick, temporary shooting plane handle, Charles attached a C-clamp on the side.
Terry Brecht from Marengo, IA had a problem keeping track of pencils in his shop. To solve this common, and aggravating problem, Terry used a pocket hole jig to drill holes in several wood blocks. That way, he can station the blocks around his shop and always have a pencil handy.