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If your second home is your shop, make your time in it even more enjoyable with these handy shop tips

If your second home is your shop, make your time in it even more enjoyable with these handy shop tips

Joint Connector, Small, 2-1/2" To 3-1/4" -- ooOOooo I like this!!!

Joint Connector, Small, 2-1/2" To 3-1/4" -- ooOOooo I like this!!!

Follow these 7 simple steps to make your own custom extension cord wrap. Keeping your extension cords stored neatly doesn't have to be a pain. Try this tip.

Follow these 7 simple steps to make your own custom extension cord wrap. Keeping your extension cords stored neatly doesn't have to be a pain. Try this tip.

DIY: How to Make a Cord Hanger - using a dowel and a piece of rope. This is a great way to keep your cords organized, tangle - free and off the floor - via My Home My Style

DIY: How to Make a Cord Hanger - using a dowel and a piece of rope. This is a great way to keep your cords organized, tangle - free and off the floor - via My Home My Style

Wall-Mounted Drill Press Table | Woodsmith Plans

Wall-Mounted Drill Press Table | Woodsmith Plans

Glove Hanger Purchase a large spring clip (about $3) from an office supply store and screw it to the wall. Clip notepads or gloves to the clamp and they'll always be hanging around when needed.

Glove Hanger Purchase a large spring clip (about $3) from an office supply store and screw it to the wall. Clip notepads or gloves to the clamp and they'll always be hanging around when needed.

Cord-Keeper Handle | cut the dowel to length, drill a hole through its center, form a loop with the rope, pass the ends through the dowel, and tie a knot. The keeper makes a great handle for carrying and can be used as a hook for hanging the coiled cord.

Cord-Keeper Handle | cut the dowel to length, drill a hole through its center, form a loop with the rope, pass the ends through the dowel, and tie a knot. The keeper makes a great handle for carrying and can be used as a hook for hanging the coiled cord.

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Workshop grinder hideaway

Workshop grinder hideaway

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