Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Storing Your Shop Vacuum with a Five Gallon Bucket for Improved Shop Safety
A shop vacuum’s hose can represent a big tripping hazard in the shop, but coiling it in a five-gallon bucket keeps it stored but still available.
Cutting Crown Molding Waste with a Rotary Tool Instead of Coping Saw
Cutting the waste off of crown molding with a coping saw is a time tested method, but a rotary tool makes the job simpler than sawing.
Use Beeswax and Packing String in Pilot Holes to Make Driving Screws Easier
Beeswax can make driving screws easier, but applying it directly to the screw can cause the wax to push out of the hole, requiring cleanup, here’s the trick to avoid that.
Using a Pipe Cutter to Cut Tenons in Dowels and Walking Sticks
Cutting tenons and scores into dowels and walking sticks is easy, by clamping a pipe cutting around the body and making one quick, even cut.
SawStop 10″ Contractor’s Saw with Safety Features, Mobile Base and Jobsite Cart
SawStop adds safety and portability with a 10″ contractor’s saw that features both a mobile base and cart with all SawStop’s patented safety features.
Gladiator GarageWorks Premier GearBoxes with Maple Wood Countertops
Gladiator’s Premier GearBoxes are mobile storage units for 1,400 pounds of tools and workspace with an optional maple wood countertop.
DeWalt D51855 Heavy-Duty Coil Framing Nailer for Decking Installation
DeWalt’s Heavy-Duty Coil Framing Nailer provides plenty of speed for project nailing, and takes 20% less air than other nailers in its class.
Craftsman NEXTEC 11890 12-volt Combo Set Includes Drill, MultiSaw and Worklight Along with Two Lithium-Ion Batteries
Craftsman NEXTEC 11890 12-volt Combo Set includes a drill, multiSaw and worklight, along with two Lithium Ion batteries and a handy carrying case.
Make a Plywood Workbench Mill Out of an Old Used Gas Grill
Creating a workbench fit for woodworking outdoors is as simple as taking some scrap plywood, an old outdoor grill and putting it into verse.
Building a Plywood Belt Sander Tool Sharpening Jig and Tool Rest
With a simple bit of scrap plywood in a jig, you can turn your old benchtop belt sander into a shop sharpener with a workbench tool rest.