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rollaround workbench - especially like the fact that the entire bench is tablesaw outfeed

11 Easy Garage Space-Saving Ideas

If your garage does double duty as parking space and work space, a rolling workbench is essential. It lets you convert your garage into a workshop quickly and rolls up against the wall to restore parking space. So want this!

Tool Tips - Article: The Family Handyman

Tool Tips

Draw a circle with a square - Tack two nails to set the diameter you want, then rotate a framing square against the nails while you hold a pencil in the corner of the square. Rub a little wax on the square so it slides easily.

The Family Handyman: How to Use a Jigsaw...a few good tips even for the seasoned user

How to Use a Jigsaw

The Family Handyman: How to Use a Jigsaw.a few good tips even for the seasoned user

Building Cabinets With Pocket Screws Intimidated by cabinet work? Even a novice can make fine joints with pocket screws

Building Cabinets With Pocket Screws

Building Cabinets With Pocket Screws: Pocket screws let you assemble perfect, indestructible cabinet joints without expensive woodworking tools or complicated jigs—a huge leap forward for beginning woodworkers.

Rockler Dust Right® 4'' Dust Separator Components, with FREE Downloadable Plan!

Rockler Dust Right® 4'' Dust Separator Components, with FREE Downloadable Plan

Simple separator using Rockler Dust Right® Dust Separator Components. Consider using it for a shop vac sized system.

You don't have to settle for rough, splintered edges when cutting plywood. Nor do you have to wrestle large, awkward pieces while placing your back at risk. Just use these simple tricks to get great results.

You don& have to settle for rough, splintered edges when cutting plywood. Nor do you have to wrestle large, awkward pieces while placing your back at risk. Just use these simple tricks to get great results.

Lowboys, stools or crickets—, these stands are strong and versatile. There are four separate lengths for the tops and sides for four different-sized lowboys. You can make all four “boys” out of one sheet of 3/4-in. plywood. The progressively larger sizes allow them to nest for storage, making them perfect for a cramped shop. The 16-in. height is just right for large work that might not fit on normal sawhorses. Reach the ceiling, grab a seat... Plans at link.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

As the editor in chief at TFH, Ken has acquired a lot of workshop tips. Here are 18 of his best!

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

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