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Simple tricks for clean cut on plywood and veneered wood! No more nasty tear out! Cut plywood like a pro carpenter!

Teds Wood Working - Simple tricks for clean cut on plywood and veneered wood! No more nasty tear out! Cut plywood like a pro carpenter! Get A Lifetime Of Project Ideas & Inspiration!

As the editor in chief at TFH, Ken has acquired a lot of workshop tips. Here are 18 of his best!

Ken's Favorite Shop Tips Using a right angle clamping jig to hold cabinet parts together when gluing.

Wood working hacks

Wood working hacks

A guide for your handheld drill to make holes. Brilliant!

Wooden Floor Mat — Lowe’s Creative Ideas - Lowe's Creative Ideas

Staged - ★ Woodworking Plans to Build Furniture - DIY Wood Furniture plans

Teds Woodworking - Staged - ★ Woodworking Plans to Build Furniture - DIY Wood Furniture plans - Projects You Can Start Building Today

I would love to make a house from this !

Assembled timber planks for sauna

DIY Tip of the Day: Cabinet Assembly Station. Here’s a third hand that will ensure square, no-hassle cabinet assemblies. Cut four 7-in. long 2x6s and screw or nail them to a plywood base, leaving exactly square crisscross channels just wide enough for the cabinet parts to fit in snugly. When you assemble the cabinet, the station will keep the parts vertical and aligned while you apply glue or pound in nails.

❧ DIY Tip of the Day: Cabinet Assembly Station. Here’s a third hand that will ensure square, no-hassle cabinet assemblies. Cut four long and screw or nail them to a plywood base, leaving exactly square crisscross channels just wide enough for t

Don't measure: It is more accurate to mark trim in place than to measure and then transfer numbers. It's easy to misread a ruler or to confuse numbers while walking to the saw.

Ten Rules for Finish Carpentry. It is more accurate to mark trim in place than to measure and then transfer numbers. It's easy to misread a ruler or to confuse numbers while walking to the saw.

Don't just toss out broken saw blades, busted mirrors, and scrap wood. The trash lying around your house and your shop has uses you may never have imagined.

Adjustable marking gauge from a drywall screw, useful to create reference marks on a door jam prior to installing casing.

used to scribe a cut line precisely to your too wavy wall.

[Precision Scribes] mark a scribe line on the guide board using a pencil and a small washer - Woodworking Techniques - American Woodworker