Enhance your workshop with woodworking plans for shop projects, from tool stands to workbenches, shop-made tools, and more.
Whether you build one or all three, these simple projects are a great way to keep your shop more organized.
Palm Router Fluting Jig
Adding flutes is a great way to dress up a project. This shop-made jig makes it easy to rout consistent flutes quickly.
3 Versatile Carts
A flip-top tool stand, a handy router table, and an assembly cart add capability to your workshop. Best of all, they tuck out of the way when they aren’t in use.
With its classic lines, solid wood construction, and strong box joints, this carpenter's toolbox will be around to use and admire for generations to come.
Stackable Tool Totes
It's difficult to combine quick and easy hardware storage with portability. These stacking hardware totes give you both.
Drill Bit Storage Center
You’ll never “misplace” a drill bit or accessory again with this combination, wall-mounted storage cabinet and chest.
Shop-Made Pin Router
With a hand-held router and this jig, you can rout a wide variety of decorative designs in your projects. A metal pin and a shop-made template guide the workpiece while you rout the design.
Sturdy and solid — nothing on this workbench is fragile. Even the metal vise features heavy wooden jaws, so it has a wide clamping surface and holds a pair of bench dogs.
Benchtop Router Table
The small size of this router table doesn't mean it doesn’t pack a punch. It packs all the functions of a full-sized router table.
Shop-Built Router Jointer
We'll show you how to build a unique benchtop accessory that converts a common router and a flush trim bit to a powerful jointer tool.