How to Make a Router Sled to Flatten Slabs
How to Make a Router Sled to Flatten Slabs: Hi! I'm Matt. Follow along as I make a router sled/slab flattening mill. This is a great way to flatten work pieces that are too large to fit in a standard planer, drum sander or benchtop CNC. With just 1/2 sheet of plywood and my router, I was able…
Thin Rip Jig
Thin Rip Jig: This thin-rip jig is used to make thin strips on the table saw accurately. It avoids the safety issue associated with ripping stock while the blade is close to the fence.
Multi Function Cross Cut Sled — 3x3 Custom
A cross cut sled is the most used jig in my shop, so I decided to make a new one that is lighter for everyday use and has a bunch of jigs and attachments to make it really versatile for a variety of projects.
Box Joint Jig Plans — Darbin Orvar
This is a 19 page complete plan with drawings and cut list to build the Box Joint Jig attachment for the Cross-Cut Sled I made on my YouTube Channel. It includes everything you need, except the wood, screws and saw. Even though I originally designed it for my Dewalt 745 I have since modified it t
How To Make A Box Joint Jig
Welcome back everyone. Recently I have become a little obsessed with making box or finger joints. I decided that I wanted to build a changing table for my so...
Scissor Bench - Adjustable Height, Motorized Workstation
Scissor Bench - Adjustable Height, Motorized Workstation: I salvaged an old drive motor from a lift chair I replaced for my father. The chair was junk but the motor and drive was still working fine. So I removed the chair elements and kept the motor and actuator. I wanted to make a scissor style lift w…
Multi-Use Tablesaw Rip Fence - FineWoodworking
This clever jig might just be the ultimate tablesaw rip fence accessory
AW Extra 2/20/14 - The Ultimate Shop-Built Crosscut Sled | Popular Woodworking Magazine
By Travis Larson A good tablesaw sled makes perfect crosscuts easy, accurate and very safe. In addition, a well-designed sled can be used for bevel cuts, dadoes and with a few shop-made jigs…
Thin Strip Jig for the Table Saw
Thin Strip Jig for the Table Saw: So at the time of making this jig I knew I was going to need to cut A LOT of thin strips of wood for a big project. And this jig does the job great! It allows you to cut as many strips of wood that are the same thickness as you can. All without movi…
Jig Journal: Shop-made Saw Vise | Popular Woodworking Magazine
A must-have device for sharpening saws. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 52-53 From the June 2010 issue #183 Buy this issue now One of the cardinal rules of woodworking is that the purchase of one tool begets…
A featherboard is a great accessory for the shop. Here's how to make one that you can stack to support boards on edge as well as ones laying flat. All it takes is a small amount of material and hardware.
The Ultimate Table Saw Fence
The Ultimate Table Saw Fence: Hi,I've made a new fence for my table saw out of hardwood, its in the Biesemeyer style.I built it on a 300 mm x 50 mm Aluminium angle.Please look at my youtube video on blade alignment where I've explained wedging a straight edge in the mitre channe…