If you follow my woodworking habits, you are well aware that I enjoy using my routers with pattern bits chucked in the collet. The piece I’m working on for the August issue requires repetitive stop cuts that are a 1/4″ wide. As far as I know, pattern bits with a 1/4″ or 1/2″ shank...
The single-most important hand-tool appliance? Three simple sticks of wood.
This jig carries its share of work while increasing the usefulness of your table saw.
I’ve been working in the shop over the last few days to create mortise-and-tenon joints for a workbench. I usually make the mortise portion of the joint with the dedicated mortise machine. I make my tenons at the table saw using a regular blade with a miter gauge to make the shoulder cut, and...
This jig enables you to safely make a cut on the table saw with the workpiece held vertically as it moves over the blade.
Lay out accurate ovals quickly with this nifty jig.
Your table saw is a router table and jointer just waiting to happen. Replace one of the saw's wings (or adapt your existing table board) to hold a router table insert, and you're in business.