Create a well-organized workshop with plenty of storage space and workspace for all your do-it-yourself projects.
Small Workshop Storage Solutions
You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely. In this article, we’ll show how to squeeze the most space from a tiny shop. We’ll give you tips for storing tools and materials so they’re out of your way, organizing your ...
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Build this solid, roll-around, folding workbench in a day with simple hardware and only two sheets of plywood.
Hardware Bins Made from Muffin Tins
This inexpensive workshop storage solution is perfect for fasteners, electrical parts and small, miscellaneous doodads, and it takes up almost no space.
How to Prevent Rusty Tools
Reduce the tool rust problem by storing tools with vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) products—capsules, liners and bags.
Workshop Organization Tips
5 projects for a better shop—adjustable sawhorses, a super-handy tool rack, a workbench with storage space, a miter saw stand and a silencer for your shop vacuum. They're all low cost, can be built in a day and are essential for the small shop.
Woodworking Tips: Editors' Favorites
These six expert shop tips simplify and speed up sanding, gluing, cross cutting, drawing and measuring lines, making repetitive cuts and other common shop problems. They'll make your shopwork more enjoyable too.
How to Build a Miter Saw Table
Miter saw stands are an essential, but expensive accessory for carpenters. Instead of buying one, save money and get a more versatile work table by building your own. Use these photos and free plan as a guide.
How to Build a Workbench: Super Simple $50 Bench
This workbench is simple enough and cheap enough that you can make it in a morning, and yet it's big enough for serious woodworking and hobby projects. Add pegboard, a bench vise and a few other accessories and you'll have a serious work center.
Running Compressed Air Lines in a Shop
Want to add a compressor to your shop or garage? Learn what the best pipe materials are for a compressed air line— and what not to use.