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  1. Folding Workbench

    I found myself using my outfeed table as my work surface and that makes it hard to make cuts on the table saw! I took this design from April Wilkerson that gives me the ability to fold the table up when I am done working. It is on a piano hinge on the 2×4 that is mounted to the wall. There are...
  2. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi, Curious to know how to make an inlay about 3/16" deep and 4-1/16" in diameter. Thanks
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey ya'll, relatively new here. Working on a "multi-piece" desk/work surface, where I'll need to join the sections after installation. Too big to make as a single piece. What have you used for connecting the sections? I've used drawbolts before and they work relatively well, but it's a bit of...
  4. Focus on the Workspace
    Hi all, I'm getting ready to build a new workbench to replace the two dressers screwed together with a door on top that I've been using the past 20 years. While it doesn't sound good, it's been a great workbench. I'm just tired of the drawers tipping out and want full extension slides and...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I had to find a way to work on project in my very small basement shop. The largest open space is between the band saw and the joiner and that is slightly less than 60". I used to set up projects on a makeshift table made from 2 saw horses and a piece of plywood. That meant I had to walk around...
  6. Jigs & Fixtures
    I wanted to drill a pattern of 3/4" holes in my work surface to use for clamps and stops. 4" x 4" seemed like a good pattern size. I've seen others use an expensive indexing guide but I didn't need that kind of precision or want to invest the money. I decided to use some pegboard as a guide...
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