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ShopNotes No. 85
Quick & Easy Router Table
No-Fuss Drawers on the Router Table
Table Saw Miter Sled
18 / Quick & Easy Router Table
With just a single sheet of plywood and a handful of hardware, you can build a top-notch router table in a weekend. Later, you can upgrade it with a support stand, doors, and drawers.
26 / No-Fuss Drawers on the Router Table
Building drawers doesn’t have to be a hassle. You can build a sold drawer quickly and easily with just a single router bit.
28 / Hardware Organizer
Keeping track of the small stuff can be a challenge. Build this hardware organizer and you’ll be able to find just what you need in no time at all.
Best-Built Jigs & Fixtures
34 / Table Saw Miter Sled
Are perfect miter cuts just a dream? With this sled, you’ll be cutting dead-on miters every time.
4 / Readers' Tips
8 / Top 10 Router Table Accessories
Take your router table to the next level with these inexpensive, must-have accessories.
Materials & Hardware
12 / Precision Miter Bars
You’ll appreciate the usefulness of these miter bars any time you build a jig or fixture.
Jigs & Accessories
14 / Choosing Brad Point Bits
Not all brad point bits are the same. Find out what separates the best from the rest.
16 / Shop Short Cuts
Shop-tested tips and techniques to solve your woodworking problems.
32 / Flat Panels Fast
Flat, smooth panels in an hour — all you need are a belt sander and these simple steps.
In The Shop
40 / Splinter-Free Cuts in Plywood
Learn all you need to know to get clean, splinter-free cuts in plywood time after time.
Setting Up Shop
42 / Versatile Pegboard
Put pegboards to use in your shop this weekend with these seven handy ideas.
Mastering the Table Saw
44 / Setting up for Safe Ripping
Here’s what you need to know to make safe rip cuts on the table saw a sure thing.
46 / Zero-Clearance Inserts
Want to improve the cut of your table saw? We take a look at zero-clearance inserts.
48 / Handy Hang-Ups
Conquering the clutter in a garage isn’t a problem with this handy organizing system.