While a drum sander and a planer are two different tools, there are a lot of similarities. And while serious woodworkers own both, there is a case for small shop DIY’ers to pick either tool. You can learn more in this guide.
In this article, you can learn about unique clamps to jigs that only experienced woodworkers use. While some of the top woodworking tools may be expensive, many are budget friendly and for any skill level.
From guild memberships to learning new wood joinery methods and tools, there is always a trick or two to learn. In this guide, learn 21 tips and tricks for woodworking.
Every woodworker has a few tools they’ve purchased that made their projects faster and with better quality. In this guide, learn about ten tools I’ve regretted not buying sooner.
Building a wood top for a desk, table, counter or other project can be as simple as gluing, clamping and sanding. In this hands on guide learn how to build a top and follow along with our build of a 2-inch maple butcher block top.
There are a surprising variety of drawer slides, and understanding the mounting options and lengths can be challenging for DIY’ers and even professionals. In this guide, learn about the five types of drawer slides, mounting styles, and features like soft close.
Choosing where to install handles and knobs on cabinets can be tricky. With visual spacing, wood lines and usability considerations this guide will help you pick the right spot. And, what tools you’ll need to do the job right.
There are dozens of ways to join two pieces of wood together. In this guide learn how to accomplish this essential woodworking task with hand or power tools.
While both woodworking saws, a miter and circular saw, serve two different purposes. This guide teaches you when to use each saw and what is best for your projects.
Making holes in wood is usually as simple as deciding which type of drill bit is best for the job. In this guide learn how to quickly cut holes and avoid damage.