Oblique Angle Clamping Jig

By Stan Durlacher

Clamping Jig for Oblique and Odd Angle Joints I nicknamed my Oblique Angle Clamping Jig, ‘lollipops.’ for their unique shape and for want of a better name. This type of jig is not something I claim to have thought up or created. In fact, I have seen similar metal ones in catalogs and in high-priced woodworker stores…

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Belt Sander Jig HowTo Build

By Jeff Williams

Belt Sander Jig HowTo Build A few years ago, RIDGID sent us a couple sanders to review. One of them was the outstanding RIDGID Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander Model # EB4424. At the time we also received their 3″ Heavy Duty Variable Speed Belt Sander Model #R2740. I liked using the oscillating sander in the shop…

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Rockler Router Table Fence 58215

By Robert Robillard

Rockler Router Table Fence, Model 58215 Review For as little as it takes to get set up, and short money a router table and adjustable fence takes your work shop router to the next level. Next to the table saw, it’s easy to see why this workshop workhorse is often one of the first and…

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Basic Tool Maintenance with 3-in-One Multipurpose Oil

By Phil Benevides

Basic Tool Maintenance with 3-in-One Multipurpose Oil Regular tool maintenance rarely seems to be regular. Often it isn’t until you start to notice rust on a piece of equipment before maintenance becomes a priority. Well basic tool maintenance with 3-in-One multipurpose oil simplifies this task. This simple basic tool maintenance how-to will show you the…

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Paulk Workbench Review

By Robert Robillard

Solution for A Small Shop I recently took the Paulk Workbench from FastCap into my shop to review and evaluate. The Paulk Workbench is an innovative workbench system with a torsion box-like design. The result of this design is that it is strong, versatile and flexible workshop solution. The Paulk Workbench top measures 3’x6’x10”, completely…

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How To Dispose Of Paint

By Robert Robillard

How To Safely Dispose of Latex Paint Every few years I clean out my basement workshop and end up having to wrestle with a dozen half used paint cans. Some of the paint is good and some is not, or is a long forgotten color. The question often posed to me how do I dispose…

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RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Storage System

By Scott Arnold

RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Storage System – Review We recently discovered a tool accessory storage solution, we all can benefit from. The RYOBI DOCKit Accessory Kit Storage System allows you to keep all your power tool accessories in the same place so you are not scratching your head wondering where you put your drills, impact bits…

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Delta 1-1/2 HP Dust Collector 50-767

By Robert Robillard

Wood Shop Dust Collection – Delta 1-1/2 HP Dust Collector Review Workshop wood dust is a known health problem. Dust particles from applications such as sanding and cutting are the biggest culprits. Breathing these particles may cause short or long term respiratory symptoms, mucosal and non-allergic respiratory symptoms, and cancer. Adding a dust collector, like…

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