Try This Hack for Building an Inexpensive Glass Panel Door
Make a glass panel door yourself without breaking the bank.
How to Build 4 Different Styles of Path Lights
Bollard posts are short, stout posts used around buildings or as roadway dividers. They resemble tree trunks, which are also...
How to Build a DIY Radiator Cover
Give your old-fashioned radiators some style. It's really not that hard, even if you're new to DIY. We'll show you...
How To Build a Table Saw Crosscut Sled
Make crosscuts on the table saw more accurately, repeatably and safely with a crosscut sled.
How to Make Solar-Powered House Numbers
Your dinner guests will never miss your house again once you install these solar-powered house numbers.
How to Build a DIY Nightstand
Learn how to build your own custom nightstand using minimal tools and moderate woodworking skills.
How to Make a DIY Bread Box
Back in the day, people stored their bread in a special box in the kitchen or pantry. Relive those days...
How to Make a Paper Towel Holder for Your Kitchen
Here's a quick and easy project to manage messes and spills.
DIY Table Saw Table
Build this take-down table saw table to make the perfect work station for a DIYer with limited garage space.
How to Make a Box Joint Jig
Take your woodworking to the next level with this simple jig. All you need are some miter gauges, plywood...
How to Cut a Rabbet Joint with a Table Saw
What are rabbets and how can you use a dado blade on a table saw to create them?
How to Use Paste Wax to Lubricate a Table Saw
Using paste wax is the best way to lubricate the top of your table saw, which will help wood pieces...
Best Portable Table Saw Reviews
Our team of experts reviews seven portable table saws that are ideal for DIY home use. We'll help you choose...
Make an Outrigger Stop Block
Make repeated table saw cuts accurately and quickly with an adjustable stop block
How to Build the Three-Penny Crosscut Sled
Make perfectly square cuts with this simple table saw jig
Table Saw Tips and Tricks
Make cleaner, safer and straighter cuts with easy-to-make accessories and jigs for your table saw.
How to Use a Table Saw: Cross Cutting
An accurate miter gauge and fence and basic wood jigs are the key to perfect table saw cuts.