Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Making Dust Free Tape Storage from Used DVD and CD Spindles
Before throwing away those old CD and DVD spindles, repurpose them as a tape storage device in your shop to keep them away from the dust.
Setting Your Router Bits and Table Saw with a Combinations Square
A combination square can offer you an excellent method of checking and setting your bit height as well as your table saw’s miter gauge.
Laguna Tools Driftmaster Saw Fence System Allows Usage on Any Brand of Table Saws
Laguna’s Driftmaster Saw System adds stable trimming and cutting, with a conversion kit that fits it with almost any brand of table saw.
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Painter’s Pyramids Workpiece Supports
Rockler’s Painter Pyramids offer solid, minimal contact support for project finishing, keeping them in place, but off the ground with minimal clean-up.
Using a Cardboard Box as a Lid for Your Workshop Dust Collector
To keep your shop’s dust collector bag from getting dusty itself, a simple cardboard box hanging over the top of it works surprisingly well.
Shop-made Workpiece Support with Scrap Plywood and Pencil Erasers
For a soft workpiece support that won’t scratch your piece or damage the finish, pencil erasers screwed into a plywood base work very well.
Using Vellum or Office Paper and a Photo to Create Oblique Drawings
For project creators who aren’t interested in T-squares and a drafting table, you can get the same effect with a photograph and vellum paper.
Protect Your Workbench Tables During Wood Finishing with Pink Rosin
Your workbench should last a lifetime, so here is an inexpensive and quick fix to protect it from messy finishing, painting and glue-up jobs.
LHR Technologies CarveWright Woodworking CNC Routing System Joinery and Carving
LHR Technologies CarveWright Woodworking System uses CNC routing system software to make cuts, carvings and joinery with computer precision.
Rockler Thin Rip Table Saw Jig for Repetitive Miter Track Stock Cutting
Rockler’s Thin Rip Table Saw Jig locks into your table saw’s miter fence, allowing you to make fast and thin rips in stock in minutes.