Handmade tool box hewn from Nicaraguan walnut. Interior tray for screws, nails and storage of other small items. Large lower compartment for hammers and screwdrivers. Measures 14 inches long x 6 ½ inches deep x 6 inches high.
The perfect workbench for any garage or shop! It is inexpensive and easy to build, has a 2 ft extension for added work space and it has casters allowing it to be tucked away when it's not in use. It also has a tons of room to store all of your tools! Roll it around with you while you work, lock in to place and roll in back against the wall when you are done! Free plans at www.shanty-2-chic.com
Use this simple workbench plan to build a sturdy, tough workbench that'll last for decades. It has drawers and shelves for tool storage. It's inexpensive. And even a novice can build it in one day. Get your simple workbench plans at http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Woodworking/Workbenches/simple-workbench-plans
Despite my small shop, I like to make large projects. So to maximize my shop space, I built this inexpensive makeshift panel saw for breaking down sheet goods to rough size. First, I bolted 2' foldaway stand-offs to the bottoms of 8'-long 2×4 legs, where shown in the drawing. The bottoms of the legs have 1⁄2" holes drilled every 8" to hold the removable doweled support blocks, where shown. At the tops of the legs, and in three wall brackets lag-bolted to the wall studs, I drilled 1 1⁄4"…
Make custom cord wraps out of old bungee cords. || El del articulo lo hace con un corcho sintetico, y el del link con un palo de escoba (de madera). Tanto da, pero es mas facil el corcho. Eso si, ha de ser un corcho entero, sacado con el sacacorchos yankee.
http://www.phomz.com/category/Tools/ The combination square is a fundamental tool for almost all woodworking jobs, but most people don't know how to properly use it. Get back to basics and learn how a combination square will take your craft to the next level.
Pyrography stroke guide. Just happens to be the other half of something I've already Pinned quite some time ago but none the less imformative for all that. Also a very good link to a lady with loads of experiance ;)