Router is a very helpful tool in woodworking. It can be used to help with molding, cutting angles, cabinetry and much more. It’s hard to imagine building anything complicated without one. Routers might be the most important tool a woodworker could use. Most people use routers as a handheld tool. While it’s a viable option,… Continue reading Top 10 Free DIY Router Table Plans & Ideas
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If you are like most woodworkers, you will end up with a few large machine tools, some smaller ones and a collection of much-needed hand tools.
Choosing the right wood for a home improvement project can be tricky for experienced woodworkers and novice DIYers alike. Luckily, knowing a few key lumber facts can make it easier to select the right woods for a whole range of projects—from framing to decking to furniture making.
I love lamps. In particular this DIY modern rustic wood lamp that now sits pretty on my nightstand.
A side table is a must have in any living room and we’ve been wanting to replace our glass top side table for a while now. We stumbled across a table similar to this that cost a whopping $340 and we really liked it. Below I’m going to show you how to build a similar… Continue reading DIY Side Table for $20
In this article, i’ll show you how to make these DIY Wooden Drink Coasters complete with 4 wood coasters and a coaster holder in just a couple hours of total work. This walnut and maple wooden coaster set makes a great gift. They’re also good for protecting the side table, nightstand, or desk you spent… Continue reading DIY Wooden Drink Coasters Tutorial
For this week’s project, we made a couple of floating shelves. This DIY Wood Floating Shelf project is a great one for anyone looking to get into woodworking and for the more advanced, alike. It’s very budget friendly, does not take long to make, and they add a nice touch to any wall. Learn how… Continue reading DIY Wood Floating Shelf For $10
I wanted to make a wood cutting board for the first time in my life, so i did some research and come up with a pretty simple design.
I have been wanting to make a wooden USB drive for a while. Recently the plastic housing on one of my USB drives got bent, rendering it hard to use. So I tore it apart and got to work. The thing that appealed to me about this one was that the critical component didn’t have… Continue reading How To Build A Tiny Wooden USB Drive