Adjustable Bins Nail down the hardware organization in your shop. Build these bin racks with removable partitions to suit the size of the hardware you're storing. For one rack, you'll need: One 3/8-in. x 24-in. x 7-1/8-in. plywood piece for the sides One 3/8-in. x 24-in. x 4-3/4-in. plywood piece for the floor Two 1/2-in. x 4-1/2-in. x 4-in. plywood pieces for the ends Five 1/8-in. x 4-1/2-in. x 4-3/8-in. hardboard partitions
10 Dirt-Simple Woodworking Jigs You Need Woodworking jigs ensure that cuts are straight, holes are plumb and parts are square—among many other things. And jigs are worth the time it takes to make them because you'll use them over and over again for years.
PVC Sanding Files Stick sandpaper to cutoff pieces of PVC water pipe with spray-on adhesive and you'll be able to sand concave curves to perfection. PVC pipe is labeled by inside diameter; here's an index for the outside diameter of useful pipe sizes. 1/2-in. i.d. = 7/8-in. o.d. 3/4-in. i.d. = 1-in. o.d. 1-in. i.d. = 1-1/4-in. o.d. 1-1/4-in. i.d. = 1-5/8-in. o.d. 1-1/2-in. i.d. = 1-7/8-in. o.d.
Tips for Buying and Using Rough Lumber Buy smart to get the best deals and the best wood. By Tim Johnson Start out thick Rough lumber thicknesses are measured in 1/4-in. increments. The thinnest rough-cut boards, labeled 4/4, and called four quarter, are 1-in. thick. It’s tough to get surfaced stock thicker than 13/16-in. from 1-in. rough stock. Plan to lose 3/16-in. (1/4-in.on thicker stock) when you plane a roughsawn …
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