This spacesaving underbench cabinet not only increases your storage capacity but when full of tools its weight also

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Nee the last coat of tung oil was dry on the Maple Workbench shown on page 27, I started building my first project on it a storage cabinet that could fit underneath. This underbench cabinet actually serves two purposes. Of course it keeps tools within reach and easy to put away. The other benefit is sort of a windfall. When the cabinet is filled with tools, it adds weight and stability to the bench. plywood box. The cabinet is an open-front plywood box that's divided into two compartments. The...

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If you cut a slot in the top of your router table, you can use a miter gauge when you're routing. To do this, use double-sided carpet tape to position a 1 -thick guide strip 4 from the front edge of the table top. This guide strip will form the inside edge of the miter gauge slot Fig. 1a . Now, to position the other guide strip, hold the miter gauge snugly between the two strips and stick down the second strip Fig. 1 . To set the depth of a pattern bit, place the miter gauge bar on top of a...

This classic Europeanstyle workbench is massive and stable yet still affordable The traditional dog system lets you

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He main challenge I was faced with when I began designing this maple workbench was to start out with the classic European-style design, and end up with a project that was functional and buildable but still affordable. I wanted to keep all the features that contribute to a great heavy-duty workbench. A flat, stable, hardwood working surface. A convenient tool tray along the back edge. A front vise with a large wooden face. And finally, an end vise and a dog system. dog system. That last feature...

This sturdy but mobile cabinet will improve your tablesaw setup with storage space two different options for dust

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Lie stand that came with my table saw always struck me as a bit of an afterthought a bare bones metal frame that supported the saw. But by replacing it with this shop-built cabinet, I was able to make a number of worthwhile improvements. storage. First, there's a large drawer for storing jigs, accessories, and saw blades. And the miter gauge, rip fence, and push stick are held in place with simple holders when not in use. dust collection. Besides adding storage, the cabinet also provides a way...