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I’m a Maker and DIYer with a passion for DIY tools and woodworking jigs. I would rather make stuff that I want instead of buying it. You can find here a collection of projects on how to equip your workshop with homemade tools and step-by-step information on how to make these jigs by yourself.

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If you want to know more about the projects or you’re just looking for inspiration on how to build a workshop, watch the videos below where I am showing how to make each of my creations step by step. I hope you will find here a project you like and make a nice addition to your workshop.

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A drill disc sander is a useful tool for sanding and shaping wood. It allows you to create smooth, even surfaces and add fine details to your woodworking projects. With a disc sander attachment, you can easily sand curves, contours, and edges, making it a valuable woodworking jig for your workshop.


A router table spline jig is the perfect router addon for making box splines and picture frame splines. This woodworking jig can be easily mounted on a router table and used when needed.


Having a router table in the workshop is definitely useful. It allows you to make cuts you couldn’t do using a router alone. Cutting on a router table is more manageable, it is faster and the resulting cuts are precise. You can easily cut joinery – slots, dados, rabbets, and others.


Whether you are making a simple wooden box, a kitchen tray, cabinet drawers, or a chest, a box joint provides not only a firm and strong connection but also makes the joint stand out aesthetically.


Cutting a circle in wood can be done in several ways. You can use a trim router, a bandsaw, a jigsaw or even a table saw. There are a few disadvantages to cutting a circle on a table saw and it is understandable one can be nervous about it…


A caste joint is a 3-way woodworking joint, very often used when making beds, tables and other furniture. It is not only one of the strongest wood joints, but at the same time gives the joint elegance and makes it stand out aesthetically.


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