Stationary Machinery

>The Shaper – A Small Shop Workhorse

The Shaper – A Small Shop Workhorse

Often labelled a dangerous power tool only suited to large... Read more
>Portable Table Saws Under $500

Portable Table Saws Under $500

Tool Comparison: Some small shops are so tight on space... Read more
>Cyclone Dust Collectors

Cyclone Dust Collectors

If you’re looking for a highly efficient, whole-shop dust collection... Read more
>The Myth of the Left Tilt Saw

The Myth of the Left Tilt Saw

Take a closer look at a trend in one of... Read more
>Tilting to the Right

Tilting to the Right

I have used both left- and right-tilt table saws over... Read more
>Choosing a Six-Inch Jointer

Choosing a Six-Inch Jointer

Most of us have limited space in our shops, so... Read more
>14″ Band Saws

14″ Band Saws

Whether you are in the market for a bandsaw or... Read more
>Dust Collectors for the Home Shop

Dust Collectors for the Home Shop

There is one thing that all woodworkers share no matter... Read more
>Combination Machines

Combination Machines

Exceptional quality, unique engineering features, and a small footprint make... Read more


From framing a wall, to using tiny headless pins on... Read more
>Stationary drill press

Stationary drill press

Bench top drill presses are nice machines and can certainly... Read more
>6″ stationary jointers

6″ stationary jointers

Owning a jointer and thickness planer frees you from buying... Read more
>Contractor style table saws

Contractor style table saws

A "contractor" saw is generally a 10" table saw with... Read more
>Buying a bandsaw

Buying a bandsaw

When it comes to bandsaws, bigger is often desirable but... Read more
>Cyclones – part 2

Cyclones – part 2

In this article we discuss the cyclone dust collector: how... Read more
>Cyclones – part 1

Cyclones – part 1

Dust collection with a cyclone is the safest way to... Read more
>The bandsaw

The bandsaw

The bandsaw is one of the safest machines designed to... Read more