|ORGANIZE YOUR SHOP - Storage and Accessories|
|Transform your shop in a weekend|
Pining for a dream shop? The good news: You already own it! The better news? With our suggestions it's only a few days away!
|A home for every hand tool|
Quick! Where are your favorite needle–nose pliers? If it takes you more than 30 seconds to find them, it's time to get your tool drawer in order.
These two mobile cabinets work in tandem to put your benchtop tools in reach when you need them and out of the way when you don't.
Wall standards and shelf brackets form the core of this all–encompassing clamp–storage system.
|Safekeeping for saw blades|
The pullout hangers on this wall–mount storage unit keep your blades organized and protect their teeth.
After a hard day's work, these sturdy horses stow away in minimal space while waiting for their next task.
|Simple 'n' sturdy tool stand|
Here's a rock–solid tool horse that's a sure bet. Put down a little money and saddle it with your best small tools.
|Router table and organizer|
A router table should be small and mighty. This project fits that description to a T, plus it's neat and organized.
The torsion–box top on this rolling workstation ensures square glue–ups and wobble–free furniture.
Build this caddy from one sheet of plywood and a few dimensional lumber scraps. It holds a small compressor, hose, nailers, fasteners, and other accessories in one ready-to-roll unit.
Whether you need mobile storage or a steady worksurface, this portable helper with its fold–out extension perfectly suits a space–squeezed workshop.
|Wall–mounted mitersaw station|
This wall–hugging unit not only preserves floor space, it also contains the blast of sawdust from a notoriously messy tool.
|EQUIP YOUR SHOP - Tools, Big and Small|
|10 inch sliding mitersaws|
This tool is worth its weight in gold—if you know how to make the most of it.
|6 methods to maximize your mitersaw|
Turn your "chop" saw into a precision cutting tool with these helpful tips.
|Our favorite workshop tools|
We asked our editors and contributors which woodworking tools they couldn't live without.
|How to buy a tablesaw|
Get one that's right for your shop and the way you work.
|21 tablesaw tune–up tips|
Go beyond what's covered in your owner's manual for easy assembly and spot-on accuracy.
|Must–have measuring & marking tools|
After months of testing, these super–accurate layout devices earned a permanent place in the WOOD® magazine shop.
|Benchtop drill–press roundup|
With nearly as much capacity and power as floor-standing presses, these brutes get the job done—for half the price.
|Random–orbit sander review|
Most models we tested deliver a smooth wood surface in a jiffy, but some leave you in a cloud of dust.
|Buy the right router|
How to make sense of your many options.
|Benchtop planer overview|
Here's the skinny on thickness planers: They'll all dimension wood accurately, but the best machines leave less cleanup work for you to do afterward.
|Top buys in 5 portable power tools|
Don't wait until you can afford a shop full of pricey pro–level tools. You can start crafting high–quality woodworking projects with these five basic (and inexpensive) tools.
|Multibase router–kit review|
We tested 11 combo packs in search of the best—and it didn't take long to knock a few out of the running.