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Air Filter - Home made shop air filter using a 1500 CFM fan blower and furnace filters. A larger take on the 20" box fan air filter.


Band Saw Resawing Sled - Cut logs into lumber, make thin boards from thick and cut your own veneer.


Box Joint Jig - Box joints add a professional touch to your projects, they can be cut on a table saw with a dado blade or with a router in a table with a straight bit.


Casing Cutting Jig - To dress up a plain-looking casement around a window and door, you don't have to replace all the moldings. Just add built-up pediments or corner blocks. But first, you need to remove the section of casing you plan to replace.


Cheap And Sturdy Workbench - 2x4's are cut to length. Side frames are built and then joined with end rails. OSB is fastened to the top and the lower shelf.


Collapsible Work Bench - his bench is easy to make and when not needed, it folds up to only a few inches deep.


Featherboard Indexing Jig - Featherboards are a great way to hold a workpiece firmly against a fence or table surface. But there's more to a featherboard than just sawing kerfs in the end of a board. The problem is cutting evenly-spaced kerfs so the fingers flex just the right amount.


Knock-down Work Table - What's really nice about this worktable is that it can be assembled or taken apart in less than a minute, then stacked flat against a wall for storage. Plus, to build it, all you need is a single sheet of plywood and two small scraps.


Microadjustable Finger Joint Jig - What a difference a machine screw makes


Modular Workbench - Five fold-out features make this bench a perfect project for even small shop spaces.

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