Router Jig for Fluted Posts and Trim By Frank Profit — With this simple jig, you can make a fluted post or pilaster door trim in any size or dimensions. Start with a piece of 1⁄2-in.-thick Baltic-birch plywood as wide as the base of your router and at least 18 in. long, to handle a workpiece 6 in. wide or less. Now use a bandsaw or router to cut two slots in each end of the base, right up to the edge of the router location. Finally, drill a center hole in the base for the router bit.
Small Shop Solutions Great ideas from space-challenged woodworkers just like you. Sliding Wall-O-Tools By Sue Brunclik I built this 8-ft.-long shelf system to take advantage of the narrow space in the corner of my garage. When the unit is “closed," I’ve got ready access to the tools hanging on both doors. By sliding one or both doors, I can get to every inch of shelf space behind them. I got …