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Make any slab of wood a floating shelf with a tough and invisible custom floating shelf bracket from silicate studio. Works especially well with reclaimed wood. www.etsy.com/shop/silicatestudio

Make any slab of wood a floating shelf with a tough and invisible custom floating shelf bracket from silicate studio. Works especially well with reclaimed wood. www.etsy.com/shop/silicatestudio

The New Bricky Adjustable Model

The New Bricky Adjustable Model

Bricky® Wall Building Tool

Bricky® Wall Building Tool

Table and Chairs Plan - Furniture Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Table and Chairs Plan - Furniture Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Shop Stool Plans - Workshop Solutions Plans, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Shop Stool Plans - Workshop Solutions Plans, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Modern outdoor chair plans free by ana-white.com #BEHRThinkOutside

Modern outdoor chair plans free by ana-white.com #BEHRThinkOutside

Outdoor Convertible Bench/Coffee Table

Outdoor Convertible Bench/Coffee Table

Top 10 Woodworking Tips-When crosscutting on a table sawl,set the cut length with a block clamped to the fence. Don't ever use the fence directly to avoid getting a board kickeed back at you. Clampe a block of wood to the fence before the blade, the the end will be free of the fence during and after the cut.

Top 10 Woodworking Tips-When crosscutting on a table sawl,set the cut length with a block clamped to the fence. Don't ever use the fence directly to avoid getting a board kickeed back at you. Clampe a block of wood to the fence before the blade, the the end will be free of the fence during and after the cut.

Tip 4: Clamp on a long fence for long boards Keeping a long, heavy board or a full sheet of plywood tight against a short fence is a challenge, especially when you work alone. It's all too easy for the wood to wander away from the fence, ruining the cut or causing the blade to bind and leave burn marks along the edge. To avoid these problems, clamp a long level or a long, straight board to the fence. The longer the fence, the easer it is to keep the wood firmly against it.

Tip 4: Clamp on a long fence for long boards Keeping a long, heavy board or a full sheet of plywood tight against a short fence is a challenge, especially when you work alone. It's all too easy for the wood to wander away from the fence, ruining the cut or causing the blade to bind and leave burn marks along the edge. To avoid these problems, clamp a long level or a long, straight board to the fence. The longer the fence, the easer it is to keep the wood firmly against it.

Mobile miter saw station. Another shop project to add to the list!

Mobile miter saw station. Another shop project to add to the list!