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.
Even the most basic dovetail jig can be difficult to setup and use. However, the best dovetail jigs are generally easy to use and produce a drawer worth bragging about. Learn what jig is best for your shop in this article.
From pre-drilling before cabinet assembly to installing holes once the finish has dried a shelf pin jig is a must. In this guide learn about the different grades of these jigs and what is best for your projects and budget.
A tape measure isn’t useful between two solid surfaces. Which is why professionals turn to a stair tread jig to both measure and properly identify the angles of a tread before cutting. Learn what the best stair tread jigs are in this guide.
Installing drawers is a frustrating job for even a professional. Because drawers must be perfectly aligned in four directions a quality drawer slide jig is a must for proper alignment. In this guide learn what jigs are best and how to use them.
Every woodworker has at least one pocket hole jig in their collection of wood joinery tools. While Kreg is the most popular pocket hole jig supplier, their are a few other top makers. Learn what type of jig and brand is best for your shop and budget in this guide.
When drilling doors for cabinets a hinge jig is a must to ensure proper location of the hinge hole. In this guide learn what the best cabinet hinge jigs are.
One of the hardest parts of woodworking is knowing when there is a tool that will make your woodworking easier. And while woodworking jigs are known to many, there are a huge variety of them to know (and use). To help your woodworking we’ve assembled a list of the most popular jigs that will help you cut, drill and align all phases of your projects. Think you have them all? Well, even professional woodworkers might be surprised by a jig