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DIY Tip of the Day: Jacked-Up Outfeed Roller. To assemble an adjustable outfeed roller for your table saw and other power tools, drill holes in the base of a scissors jack and bolt it to a sturdy sawhorse. Bolt a bracketed roller (about $20 at woodworking stores) to the top of the jack. For faster adjustments, chuck a screw hook into a cordless drill (photo) and insert it in the jack’s drive hole.

DIY Tip of the Day: Jacked-Up Outfeed Roller. To assemble an adjustable outfeed roller for your table saw and other power tools, drill holes in the base of a scissors jack and bolt it to a sturdy sawhorse. Bolt a bracketed roller (about $20 at woodworking stores) to the top of the jack. For faster adjustments, chuck a screw hook into a cordless drill (photo) and insert it in the jack’s drive hole.

Last fall while moving into a new house, I dropped my kitchen table off the back of my pickup truck.   The solid oak top suffered a serious crack near one corner. I figured some glue and a clamp would take care of it, but the crack was narrow and the glue didn’t want to flow into it. Some quick thinking provided the perfect solution: I …

Last fall while moving into a new house, I dropped my kitchen table off the back of my pickup truck. The solid oak top suffered a serious crack near one corner. I figured some glue and a clamp would take care of it, but the crack was narrow and the glue didn’t want to flow into it. Some quick thinking provided the perfect solution: I …

Fold Flat workbench ..this would be great for our yearly Christmas gatherings we have in the garage ...

Fold Flat workbench ..this would be great for our yearly Christmas gatherings we have in the garage ...

DIY Garage Organization: Set aside a few months’ worth of fruit and coffee cans and put these cannery rows to work organizing all of the small hardware. All you need are some homemade wood clips and a chunk of 3/4-in. plywood screwed to a wall.

DIY Garage Organization: Set aside a few months’ worth of fruit and coffee cans and put these cannery rows to work organizing all of the small hardware. All you need are some homemade wood clips and a chunk of 3/4-in. plywood screwed to a wall.