Eric Davey
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Super Simple Router Dado Guide

Router Dado guide to know where your cut is in relation to your clamping edge.

Removing Broken Screws and Lag Bolts: a list of methods to use depending on the situation.

How to remove a broken screw or lag bolt from wood. Multiple attempts covered for a successful screw extraction. Detailed images included as guides.

Curvy Sanders: Make your own curved sandpaper using PVC pipe! #woodworking #DIY #tip

Pro Tips for Using Varnish and Stain Do Oil Stains Last Longer Than Latex Stains Outdoors? Do Oil Stains Last Longer Than Latex Stains .

Using a right angle clamping jig to hold cabinet parts together when gluing.

Ken's Favorite Shop Tips Using a right angle clamping jig to hold cabinet parts together when gluing.

Flip-top Bench Woodworking Plan. For the space-starved woodworker, this tool stand is a lifesaver. With a rotating worksurface, it packs twice the tools in its footprint, conveniently rolling out of the way when it needs to be stowed. Featured in the September 2013 issue of WOOD.

Flip-top Tool Bench Woodworking Plan from WOOD Magazine Flip-top Tool Bench Woodworking Plan, Workshop & Jigs Tool Bases & Stands

Beautiful bench for light work,  keeps the floor clear. I have found the instructions for this in a magazine

Inspiration - Cool Work Bench - The Garage Journal Board . Adi could make his work bench with curved leg support on piano hinges that fold in, and then the countertop hinges down on top of folded leg supports.

Simple Ways to Make Your Workbench Work Harder

Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place.