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5 Amazing Woodworking Tips or Hacks

5 Amazing Woodworking Tips or Hacks


Woodworking hacks may sound “quick and dirty” but you will be amazed by how useful they can be in your shop. Additional Content Pocket Hole Mistakes to Avoid Making another crosscut sled This joint only looks complicated but it is not How to Make Precision Cuts on your Chop Saw

Pocket Hole Mistakes to Avoid

Pocket Hole Mistakes to Avoid


For many new woodworkers, pocket hole technology is an easy way to get started in woodworking and start off with some more simple projects, like footstools, small tables, outdoor furniture, and even planter boxes. But when things don’t always go as planned, it nice to have a quick pocket hole…

Handy Kitchen Stool 2

Handy Kitchen Stool 2


Mill the parts Cut rabbets and dadoes Set up your dado to cut a 3/4-in. wide and 3/8-in. deep groove. Cut a dado 10-in. from the bottom of each side for the bottom step (C). To cut the top rabbets, clamp a sacrificial plywood fence to your saw’s fence, so…

Handy Kitchen Stool

Handy Kitchen Stool


Reach those upper cabinets by building this amazing kitchen stool in an afternoon, and learn some nice router tricks while you do it! Kitchen stools can be incredibly helpful for reaching the upper cabinets if you, or someone you love, are vertically challenged. This particular one is designed in the…

Making another crosscut sled

Making another crosscut sled


Another crosscut sled you say? Well, you can never have too much of a great idea and in addition, I think you will enjoy how this design came about and how it comes together! Additional Content General Purpose Crosscut Sled How To Turn a Crappy Table Saw into a Good…