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Used woodworking tools

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If you don't have the money or space for a large planer, a router flattening sled is a great option for you to be able to plane large slabs without having to spend too much money to make this. #workshop #woodworking #woodshop #tools #jig

Router Flattening Sled: If you don't have the money or space for a large planer, a router flattening sled is a great option for you to be able to plane large slabs without having to spend too much money to make this. I provide tips on how to build it and obtain a smooth f…

Tune Up Your Table Saw - Place a combination square in the miter gauge slot, against the saw blade and measure the distance

If you’re like me, your table saw is one of the workshop tools you use the most, so let’s make the most of it and tune up your table saw for maximum performance!

I FINALLY figured it out! I love my pocket hole jig, but my pieces always moved out of alignment when using pocket hole joinery on my DIY projects. Then I found this game-changing guide! Now I know what mistakes I was making and how to make the boards stay in place. #diy #diyfurniture #woodworking #woodworkingtips #woodworkingtools #diywoodprojects #kregjig #pocketholes #woodworkingjigs #sawsonskates

Pocket hole joints can move out of alignment when driving pocket screws. Using clamps is the best way to keep workpieces in position when assembling projects.

Blade Sharpening Jig: Here's a nice way to economically sharpen plane blades. A simple block and a handful of hardware is all it takes to complete the task.

Here's a nice way to economically sharpen plane blades. A simple block and a handful of hardware is all it takes to complete the task.

Restore a Vintage Handsaw for Everyday Use

This project covers cleaning and restoring an old handsaw - worth about $5 at a yard sale - and turning it into a useful tool again. Handsaw Basics

on a utility knife. When it does, snap off the tip with pliers and you’re in business again. Wear eye protection, because sometimes a little piece of the blade goes flying! Plus

Hand tools are great, but they're even better when you use them creatively for things they're not designed to do.