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A simple slot cutter can be used for a wide range of tasks in any shop.
This latest addition to the Kreg pocket hole line takes joinery to a new level.
Learn how common types of foam have uncommon uses in the shop.
These horses are sturdy, and compact. Plus, you can build four from a one sheet of plywood.
Tackle wider crosscuts safely and more accurately with this sliding table.
Provide solid support when ripping or crosscutting with this adjustable stand.
This storage rack has it all — low cost, high capacity, and a built-in miter saw station.
Turn ordinary zinc hardware into extraordinary project highlights quickly and easily.
Check out our shop-tested tips and techniques for solving your woodworking problems.
Short on space? The small footprint of this router table means it will fit almost anywhere.
Tame any angle when you choose and use a bevel gauge correctly.
The key to drilling into end grain is the proper setup and the correct bit.
Keep your router bits organized and sharp by using any of these handy storage options.
Take the hassle out of using featherboards on your table saw with the rights tips and techniques.
Check out these add-ons for turning your hand drill into a heavy-duty shop workhorse.