We came across some great DIY tool storage solutions, in our very own ToolGuyd forum!
The Camo Hidden Fastener system provides an easy way to fasten deck boards without unsightly screw heads. Here’s Ben’s experience with the system after using it to build a small deck.
When struck trying to plan out your next woodworking or DIY project, why not head to IKEA for inspiration?
A woodworker turned Ikea’s $60 kitchen cart into a compact router table.
I have found Joe Knows Electronics’ well-organized resistor and capacitor assortment kits to be a great value for electronics and microcontroller hobbyists, and even beginners.
Aluminum T-tracks and pre-made T-track tables can be prohibitively expensive, especially when you factor in the added cost of accessories. So I decided I’d make my own top using a T-slot cutting router bit and some MDF. Here’s a look at the project.
Ken put together a simple yet effective storage cabinet with drawer slots for his super-handy Stanley and HF bin organizers. Check it out!
Have you thought about buying an Arduino to use in a lighting, sensor, or motion project? You might want to check out the Arduino Day deals on March 28th, 2015.
Davies’ overmolded soft-grip handle is a nice way to add a hand grip to your project.
I made some seriously silly mistakes recently when testing a new oscilloscope and “known” digital signal.
If you have ever wanted to start working with pneumatic components but didn’t know where to start, Vex has a few kits and components that can help demystify things.
80/20 published a nice how-to video showing how you can make a simple wall cabinet using their t-slotted extrusion profiles and other products.
Looking for a quick and practical woodworking project? Here are two ways to approach making your own wood wallet or business card holder.
Do you need a flexible vacuum hose that will stay exactly where you put it? Make your own!
We came across plans on how to built an effective desktop cross-flow fume extractor for soldering.
Wood wallets – how much simpler can you get?
We caught a very nice beginner woodworking project over at One Project Closer – a wooden planter box with an adaptable design.
4LTX brackets are a USA-made solution meant to make it quicker, easier, and simpler to create shelving and furniture with 3/4″ wood materials.
Do you want to bend sheet metal and plates without ponying up the cash for a commercially build brake? Check out these well-designed DIY solutions.
Over at the Craftsman Experience, they built a toilet paper holder with a Craftsman ratchet. Literally!