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When you have to stand boards on end to machine them on a table saw, pull out this simple box. It steadies the wood so you get a straight cut. The box is made of melamine and measures 8 in. square and 5-1/2 in. deep. It's screwed to two optional runners that are 12 in. long. Here, we show cutting slots into the ends of each part of a picture frame so the parts can be joined with spline (thin pieces of solid wood). You couldn't do this using the table saw's fence alone because the fence…

10 Dirt-Simple Woodworking Jigs You Need Woodworking jigs ensure that cuts are straight, holes are plumb and parts are square—among many other things. And jigs are worth the time it takes to make them because you'll use them over and over again for years.

When building a cabinet, dadoes are often used to ensure that shelves and partitions are spaced correctly. To make a strong joint, the width of the dadoes must exactly match the thickness of the plywood. That can be a challenge because few pieces of plywood are precisely 3/4 in. thick. They're usually 1/32 in. or so less than the “nominal” thickness. This jig will rout perfect-fitting dadoes for any piece of 3/4-in. plywood regardless of its actual thickness. Use a special top-bearing trim…

10 Dirt-Simple Woodworking Jigs You Need Woodworking jigs ensure that cuts are straight, holes are plumb and parts are square—among many other things. And jigs are worth the time it takes to make them because youll use them over and over again for years.

Many drill press tables are too small for woodworking because they were designed for metalworking. Also, standard drill press tables don't have a fence or an insert to back up holes drilled all the way through a piece of wood. This jig solves these problems! Make the table from three layers of 1/2-in. medium-density fiberboard glued together. It's fastened to the machine's table from underneath with four lag screws. The table's top layer is composed of three pieces. The outer pieces are…

Drill press tables are often too small. Nor do they have a fence or an insert to back up holes drilled all the way through a piece of wood. This jig solves several different drill press issues.

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