Incra Rigid Bend Rules
Designed to eliminate parallax errors and used with standard 0.5mm lead mechanical pencils, these rules are perforated with slots or holes just slightly larger than 0.5mm at standard increments. Etched from 0.008" thick stainless steel, they have wrap-around slots for marking both faces next to an arris. Non-glare finish. Made in USA.
Table Saw Techniques
Creating seamless beautiful wood joints is made fast and easy with these table saw techniques. Learn about the anatomy of your table saw parts, which blade you should consider for your application, and how you can make perfect cuts every time.
Czeck Edge Ruler Stop
This simple accessory expands the capabilities of a metal ruler by adding a reliable reference surface. It can also be mounted to a shop-made story stick for direct measurement transfer, and accepts 3/16" to 1/4" diameter round stock for use as a depth gauge. Combined with a 6" ruler, it even serves as an improvised double square. Precisely machined from aircraft-grade aluminum, the 2 3/4" × 1" × 1/2" body presents a broad bearing surface for positive registration. To ensure a firm, square…
Workshop Assembly Table - Sawdust 2 Stitches
Ok, so after 3 years of being frustrated with my shop set up, I finally decided to do something about it ! One thing that I really wanted to have an assembly table. I was always sitting on the garage floor trying to assemble furniture. My joints were always wonky, and the fact that it […]
I recently had a need for some sawhorses. I wanted to build something worth keeping in the shop, because I knew they would be handy to have around. I strongly considered Matthias Wandel's "stackable sawhorses":http://woodgears.ca/sawhorse/plans.ht...
Sampling of WOOD's Top Tips, Part 1
If you love woodworking tips, you'll love each issue of WOOD magazine with dozens of shop-tested tips from our readers and the WOOD Magazine Shop.
13 Dirt-Simple Woodworking Jigs You Need
Woodworking jigs ensure that cuts are straight, holes are plumb and parts are square - among other things. Jigs are worth the time it takes.
My New Radial Arm Router
My project website: *"TF Workshop":http://tfworkshop.wordpress.com/* I recently bought a 1950's Dewalt radial arm saw, with the saw mount damaged (it was way cheap). I decided to mount a 1/2 router to the carriage - the set-up is shown below. I...
10 Ways to Get the Most from Your Plunge Router
Here are 10 ways a plunge router beats a fixed-base router.