A woodworker in Belgium goes Festool one better by devising a wheeled folding bench that works with their products.
The most effective (and easiest) time to detail the air barrier is during the framing stage. If it isn't specified during design, ain't no way the framers are gonna get it right.
Split a detail with the first cut and then inch up to the second cut. Slowly.
First-time attempts at joints this woodworker has never seen before
Sometimes a bench is better than a bucket
A quick and dirty crown molding tip
The simplest arch isn't always the best choice
The tablesaw is probably the most dangerous tool in your shop because the blade spins toward you
An organic post base connection that sheds water and looks like a million bucks
The non-structural requirements are pretty simple for guard rails: if there's a fall hazard, make a guard, and keep it such that it will actually stop people from falling.
Four ways to prevent ice dams in three types of roof, for two climates in one video. Boom.
Yup—just drill a hole, add a piece of copper wire and drive the screw home
Use SketchUp.com to visually calculate the rise, run, and materials for stairbuilding—or anything else, for that matter
A hole saw and a scrap of drywall make an invisible patch that is fast and invisible. Did we say invisible?
18 videos on hardware, screws, and designs that deceive the eye