• by Rockler

    Choosing the hinge you will use for your cabinet door project often comes down to two key factors, ease of installation and adjustability.

  • by Matt Becker

    With just a few facts, a modest investment in maintenance equipment, you can keep all of the tools in your shop running at peak performance.

  • by Matt Becker

    A table saw is the most useful tool in the woodshop, deserving of respect, here are a few basic safety practices you'll need to follow.

  • by Rockler

    Our experts offer planning and design advice to get the most out of your workshop's dust collection systems to keep your tools and shop clean.

  • by Rockler

    These easy lathe upgrades can help improve your turning experience. From tool rests to bed extensions and drill chucks.

  • by Matt Becker

    Hand planes can take on a key role in your workshop, from planing large panels too big for standard planers to evening out the smallest parts.

  • by Matt Hocking

    Receiving a memorial flag is a great honor, but some wood displays can damage them in the long run. These tips show how to display the flag well but safely.

  • by Michael Dresdner

    If a piano has an old combination of finishes on it, is it worth trying to salvage the original coloration or how should you refinish it?

  • by Ian Kirby

    It's fallen out of favor in recent years, but hide glue was once a staple of woodworking shops, and may still have a place in modern work.

  • by Rockler

    Many Rockler small project plans come with a legacy of customer reviews with valuable tips and insights to help you on your way.
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