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Top 100 Workshops Projects

  1. 61. How to Make a Fold-Down Workbench

    Make a workbench that's perfect for a small workshop. This workbench is attached to the wall and folds in when not in use, so it doesn'...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  2. 62. Versatile Table Saw Techniques (04:15)

    Solve workshop headaches with these clever table saw tips.

  3. 63. Delta Drill Press (01:22)

    Check out this top-of-the-line digital drill press with lasers.

  4. 64. Tube Hang Up (00:22)

    Keep those squeeze tubes of caulk and glue conveniently at hand.

  5. 65. Delta Unisaw (02:44)

    Find out the history and manufacturing process of this saw company.

  6. 66. How to Install a Pegboard

    Organize your tools by installing a pegboard with these easy step-by-step instructions.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  7. 67. Ultimate Woodshop on Wheels: Mike Doerner

    This homeowner can convert his garage into a full-fledged woodworking shop in a matter of minutes. See how he designed this woodshop on...

  8. 68. Bossmate & Handymate (00:01:12)

    Create a quick, easy and sturdy workbench or storage unit with these.

  9. 69. Air-Filtration Systems

    DIY Network offers tips on air-filtration systems and how to keep workshop air clean.

  10. 70. Roof Construction (02:16)

    A bad roof can be a prime generator for mold; proper roofing can help.

  11. 71. Utilikilts (00:03:14)

    This work wear is all about the breeze between your knees.

  12. 72. Triton Super Jaws (00:00:59)

    This workbench has a firm grip on the portable work surface market.

  13. 73. From Carriage Barn to Workshop (00:03:38)

    Bronson transforms a more-than-150-year-old carriage barn into a workshop.

  14. 74. Garage Barrage Part 2 (04:13)

    A garage workshop is a more realistic remodel than a refinished basement.

  15. 75. Basic Flashlights and Work Lights

    No workshop should be without flashlights and work lights. Use this DIY guide to choose the right lights for any job.

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