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    When gluing up 90 degree corners, or whole picture frames, using a "Tie-Down" that is long enough to wrap around the whole frame can work wonders. Using some 90 degree angle pieces, wrap the tie-down around the whole frame *be sure to take a moment to align the corners before you tighten up* and you will end up with a well-clamped frame that just needs to wait for the glue to dry. #woodworking #wood

    Woodworking Tips and Tricks: 5 Hacks for Clamps

    When gluing up 90 degree corners, or whole picture frames, using a "Tie-Down" that is long enough to wrap around the whole frame can work wonders. Using some 90 degree angle pieces, wrap the tie-down around the whole frame *be sure to take a moment to align the corners before you tighten up* and you will end up with a well-clamped frame that just needs to wait for the glue to dry. #woodworking #wood

    Small Parts Holding Jig for the Table Saw! #woodworkingprojects #woodworking

    Small Parts Holding Jig for the Table Saw / Wood Clamp Table Saw Jig

    Small Parts Holding Jig for the Table Saw! #woodworkingprojects #woodworking

    5 Quick workshop tips and tricks. #woodworking #tips #diy

    Workshop Hacks Part 3 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    5 Quick workshop tips and tricks. #woodworking #tips #diy

    How to a Make Table Saw Bowl Jig. #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Table Saw Bowl Jig

    How to a Make Table Saw Bowl Jig. #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Everyone is familiar with Peg Board. I don't see it used so much these days but it's still readily available in most hardware stores and many of us have a few pieces floating around. The first trick with pegboard is to use it to cut arcs or circles. I am often needing to cut circles out of wood for one thing or another and my compass is fine for small circles but larger ones need larger solutions. #woodworking #lifehack

    Workshop Hacks Part 3 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    Everyone is familiar with Peg Board. I don't see it used so much these days but it's still readily available in most hardware stores and many of us have a few pieces floating around. The first trick with pegboard is to use it to cut arcs or circles. I am often needing to cut circles out of wood for one thing or another and my compass is fine for small circles but larger ones need larger solutions. #woodworking #lifehack

    How to make a candy bowl using a table saw with this Table saw bowl jig. #woodworking #wood

    Table Saw Bowl Jig

    How to make a candy bowl using a table saw with this Table saw bowl jig. #woodworking #wood

    Board Glue-up Alignments & Clamping Extension: When we apply glue the boards tend to slip and slide around. One way of helping to combat this is by using "U aligners". These "U" shaped, shop made clamp accessories the sit above and below the glue joints and help to align the boards on each side. The nice thing is they have a hole in the middle so the glue can dry naturally than in 30 or so minutes when you take the clamps off to scrape the excess glue off, you can scrape the whole board…

    Woodworking Tips and Tricks: 5 Hacks for Clamps

    Board Glue-up Alignments & Clamping Extension: When we apply glue the boards tend to slip and slide around. One way of helping to combat this is by using "U aligners". These "U" shaped, shop made clamp accessories the sit above and below the glue joints and help to align the boards on each side. The nice thing is they have a hole in the middle so the glue can dry naturally than in 30 or so minutes when you take the clamps off to scrape the excess glue off, you can scrape the whole board…

    Table Saw Jointer Jig! #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Table Saw Jointer Jig / Router Jointer Jig: How to Joint Wood Without a Jointer

    Table Saw Jointer Jig! #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Keep your bar clamps from falling over when you're using them by building a clamp stand and adding some anti-skid material to the v grooves. #woodworking #DIY

    Quick Workshop Hacks Part 5: Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    Keep your bar clamps from falling over when you're using them by building a clamp stand and adding some anti-skid material to the v grooves. #woodworking #DIY

    Keep you Push Blocks and Push Sticks from slipping by adding some anti-skid material to the bottom of them. #woodworking #lifehacks

    AntiSkid / Anti Slip Workshop Life Hacks - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    Keep you Push Blocks and Push Sticks from slipping by adding some anti-skid material to the bottom of them. #woodworking #lifehacks

    These "old school" type wooden clamps have been around forever and even though they are not as popular as they once were, they still have tons of uses in and adaptions in the workshop. Like adding extensions to them to give them a longer reach, and because they are so sturdy, they work very well in this new role. #woodworking #clamps

    Quick Workshop Hacks Part 5: Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    These "old school" type wooden clamps have been around forever and even though they are not as popular as they once were, they still have tons of uses in and adaptions in the workshop. Like adding extensions to them to give them a longer reach, and because they are so sturdy, they work very well in this new role. #woodworking #clamps

    Center Finding Drill Bits: It is often used to help find the hole spacing for cupboard and book stand shelves. The problem with using a spiral bit is that the fluting in the bit will, quite quickly, wear away the sides of the holes of the pegboard and when this happens you lose the accuracy of the hole spacing. One solution to this is to use Center Finding Drill Bits. These are drill bits with a shielded spiral bit that only comes out when the cover around it retracts. #woodworking #tip

    Workshop Hacks Part 3 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    Center Finding Drill Bits: It is often used to help find the hole spacing for cupboard and book stand shelves. The problem with using a spiral bit is that the fluting in the bit will, quite quickly, wear away the sides of the holes of the pegboard and when this happens you lose the accuracy of the hole spacing. One solution to this is to use Center Finding Drill Bits. These are drill bits with a shielded spiral bit that only comes out when the cover around it retracts. #woodworking #tip

    Someone showed me many years ago, at an event I was attending and wrapping up extension cords, that they don't need to be fully uncoiled if you coil them up in pairs or cable and leave the ends loose and coiled last. That way you only have to uncoil what you need. #woodworking #lifehack

    Workshop Hacks Part 3 - Woodworking Tips and Tricks

    Someone showed me many years ago, at an event I was attending and wrapping up extension cords, that they don't need to be fully uncoiled if you coil them up in pairs or cable and leave the ends loose and coiled last. That way you only have to uncoil what you need. #woodworking #lifehack

    Router Jointer Jigs: How to Edge Joint Wood with a wood router. #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Table Saw Jointer Jig / Router Jointer Jig: How to Joint Wood Without a Jointer

    Router Jointer Jigs: How to Edge Joint Wood with a wood router. #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    How to Make an Edge Jointing Sled Jig / Edge Jointer Safety Push Block! #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

    Make a Edge Jointing Sled Jig / Edge Jointer Safety Push Block

    How to Make an Edge Jointing Sled Jig / Edge Jointer Safety Push Block! #woodworking #woodworkingprojects

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