See how and why I doubled up 2x4s to build easy, yet sturdy legs for my mitre saw station workbench.
Making straight cuts in plywood is super easy when you have a straight edge to guide your saw.
There’s no need to buy an expensive guide when you can easily make your own.
Let me show you how I made mine.
Do you really need to drill a pilot hole before screwing two boards together?
See why and which bit size to use so you have strong wood joints.
And see tips on using countersinks for flush and recessed screw mounts.
You’ll be driving screws like a pro!
There are a bewildering number of woodworking build plans available online. I want to help you cut through that noise.
See how working with a temporary mitre saw station helped me think through my final build plans.
See a quick and easy to make a lumber rack for hauling wood in your vehicle.
It keeps the boards from damaging your rubber seals and from sliding around.
I finally have a place to build a real woodworking shop for my new wood decor art creations. I’m starting from the floor up, literally, to turn a garage into a shop for building everything from the work benches to new wood art decor, plus recording how-to videos and tool reviews as I go.
I hope you’ll come along on this journey with me. You’ll pick up some nice money-saving tips and cool tool and gear ideas along the way too.