Mortising long stock, such as furniture legs, on a small metal mortising table can be dicey at best. To solve these problems, build this table and a pair of flip stops.
|Flip-top, Benchtop Router Table|
Short on space, but long on woodworking ambition? With room for a router, storage for accessories, and easy access for bit changes, this diminutive router table fits your needs.
|Gorgeous Outdoor Seating|
Create a patio parking spot as comfortable as any in your living room.
|Toy Skid Loader|
The Construction-Grade series of wood toys continues with this easy-to-build beauty.
|Tabletop Cutlery Caddy|
Try your hand at sturdy spline joinery and build this handy hauler in half a day.
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|TOOLS & MATERIALS|
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There's no easier, faster, or more accurate way to bore rectangular mortises than with one of these machines. We tested 10 affordable models priced from $245 to $600 to find out which one is right for you.
Wise Buys: 6-inch Random-orbit Sanders