Cutting thick laminate or subfloor near cabinets requires a saw that goes right up to the toe kick edge. Learn about toe kick saw alternatives in this guide.
Once you install a kitchen with cabinet jacks you’ll never turn back to manually holding cabinets in the air. In this guide learn why length of the cabinet jack matters and the best options for DIY and professionals.
The quality of the finish should always be the first consideration in choosing the right random orbit sander. In this article learn which sander is best for both professional and hobby woodworking.
Flattening slabs of wood both large and small is best done with a router sled jig. In this guide learn how to make your own. Or use our buying guide to pick the best sled for your projects.
No serious woodworker would install handles and knobs without a cabinet hardware jig. In this guide we have tested the most popular jigs that make installing handles and knobs easy for DIY or professional use.
A drum sander allows woodworkers to build larger, more intricate projects with improved speed and quality. In this buying guide learn what the best drum sander is for your small or large woodworking shop.
From outlining cabinet filler strips to marking edges the best wood scribes make woodworking easier and more accurate. In this article learn what scribes are best for your shop.
Serious woodworkers know that track saws have become a viable alternative to a table saw. But a table saw still performs best at ripping boards. Learn which is best for your style of woodworking in this article.
A self centering drill bit will prevent wood grain from changing the course of your drill bit and damaging the wood. Installing hinges and wondering what the best brand is? Not sure if you need one bit or a self-centering bit set? In this article we’ll review what makes these bits unique, what the best self-centering drill bits are and how to use them.
Every router table or shaper needs a power feeder to make it work better. But choosing the best power feeder for your machine requires understanding horsepower, feed rates and reach of the head.