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All other links to free woodworking plans and workshop projects will be listed here. As the list grows, multiple listings will get their own free workshop projects category.

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Easy Tool Rack

Keep your woodworking tools handy and organized by building a wall-mounted tool rack. This one was built using 1 x 12 and 1 x 4 boards. Follow along at the link to build your own.

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PopularWoodworking
Wall Tool Holder

Here is a great idea if you want your tools close at hand but still organized and off the workbench.

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AtelierDuBricoleur
Awl, Turn a Scratch  (PDF)

Select a piece of wood at least 1-1/2 inches - 2 inches square. The grain should run lengthwise down the blank, or the wood may break. Cut the wood blank to 2-3/4 inches, the length of the brass tube in the awl kit. Using the 7mm bit, drill a centered hole lengthwise through...

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Highland Woodworking
Rack, Extension Cord

This extension cord rack leaves both hands free to wrap up the cord.

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WOOD Magazine
Portable Workbench

This easy-to-build tool bench will allow you to tote everything you need for a task, while providing a perfect seat.

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MotherEarthNews
Drill Storage and Charging Station

This wall-mounted custom drill storage and charging station is easy to build and customize. You can build it with just 2 stalls or as many as you wish. All you need is a 1 x 10 board and a miter saw or circular saw. Follow the free plans available at the link.

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HerToolBelt
Lumber Buggy

This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a lumber buggy which gives you a handy way to push material aroung the shop. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.

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Google 3D Warehouse
Planer Jigs

The jigs shown below are from the article - Get the Most from Your Planer from issue 173, November 2006, of WOOD magazine.

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WOOD Magazine
Benchtop Tool Stand

The stand built here is sized for a benchtop planer. It also works well for a benchtop drill press or jointer.

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ExtremeHowTo
Press for gluing stacked bowl blanks

Until recently, I used my drill press to clamp layers of wood together for vases or bowl blanks. Problem is, the drill press is not really designed for this task, and I actually bent the rack gear on a large drill press doing it. After that, I decided there had to be a better and less expensive way.

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WOOD Magazine
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Sheet Goods Mover

Few shop chores rival the awkwardness of moving large sheet goods by yourself. And it is nigh on impossible to get them up on sawhorses without help (or the horses skittering across the floor). You will never again have to cajole reluctant family members into helping if you use this system.

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WOOD Magazine
Hand Tool Holder PDF

Build this hand tool holder which incorporates a french cleat system to attach it to the wall. At the link you can download the free plan.

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JaysCustomCreations
Mortising Machine, Horizontal (PDF)

What makes this mortising machine so fantastic is the fact that it can create perfect mortises quickly and easily. The way it works is simple. The workpiece is clamped to a sliding table, and the router is mounted to a carriage that travels on a pair of drawer slides. By pulling the lever arm forward, the router bit is plunged into the workpiece. Then you just slide the table back and forth to rout the mortise. The whole thing takes about 30 seconds. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.

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ShopNotes
Reamers, Tapered

I dug out an old compass saw blade that had the right taper and put a scraping edge on its backside while Richard turned a hardwood stock to the same taper. Between us, it took about 1-1/2 hours. I still use this tool. The price is right, the effort minimal, and you can make a reamer of whatever length, bore, and taper you need.

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GreenWoodworking
Wing Nut Palm Wrench (PDF)

And over the years, I have broken a lot of wings off using pliers. So I designed this to give me more leverage.

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WOOD Magazine
Drying Rack

Make this drying rack from scraps you may already have on hand. Simple yet effective.

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AtelierDuBricoleur
Marking Gauge, Wood (PDF)

In a short evening, you can turn a few scraps of wood into an accurate, easy-to-use layout tool. It is tough to beat a marking gauge for creating crisp, repeatable layout lines. Consisting of a beam, a sliding fence held in place by a small wedge, and a scribing point, this time-tested tool sets up quickly. Enlarged images of patterns are PDFs.

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free plans
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WOOD Magazine
Jointer Knife Adjustment Jig

Aligning jointer knives does not have to be difficult. Using an inexpensive dial indicator, a shop-made holder, and these six simple steps, you can achieve perfection in under 30 minutes.

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WOOD Magazine
Charging Station for Cordless Tools

Build this handy wall mounted charging station for cordless tools using 3/4 inch plywood. Here is how.

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free plans
Foldable Shop Stool

Build this stool and fold it up when not in use. Build a folding shop stool using these free woodworking instructions.

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free plans
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ILikeToMakeStuff
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Cabinet, Flammables

Have you got finishing supplies scattered all over your shop? Concerned that they are a fire hazard? Organize them into this cabinet built out of one sheet of plywood and you will sleep better at night.

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PopularWoodworking
Contour Gauge

Build your own wooden contour gauge using these free instructions with pictures. A contour gauge is handy to have when you need to quickly measure and duplicate uneven surfaces. It will record an irregular shape which you can then transfer the profile to your wood.

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free plans
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IBuildIt
Sharpening Stone Box

A sharpening stone gets frequent use in the workshop so why not build a sharpening stone box. At the link you can follow along with the instructions and there is a video as well.

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free plans
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IBuildIt
Storage Unit, Sawblade Protector

Whether storing or transporting circular saw blades, build our simple pair of holders to protect your expensive cutters.

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free plans
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WOOD Magazine
Pegboard, Installing a

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

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free plans
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DIYnetwork
Compass

Follow along at the link and see how this compass was built. It is a handy little gadget to have in the workshop and you can build your own.

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free plans
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IBuildIt
French Cleat Square Holder

Keep your squares organized and out of the way after you build this french cleat square holder.

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free plans
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JaysCustomCreations
Drying Rack

Here is a great rack you may need for finishing your next project. Build this drying rack using these free woodworking plans.

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free plans
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RogueEngineer
Wall Cleat Pencil Station

To keep my pencils somewhat centralized, I made a holder-and-sharpener combo.

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CanadianHomeWorkshop
Jig, Half Lap Joint

Cutting on-the-money rabbets for half-lap joints with a portable circular saw and handheld router is a breeze with this two-in-one jig.

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free plans
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WOOD Magazine
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