Jimmy DiResta's lathe bench has been spinning (no pun intended) out of control, in terms of the tools and clutter gathering around it. This month he's got to get it straightened out by building a storage drawer with removable bins. The problem: His legacy lathe bench has an inconveniently-placed piece of angle iron, presumably incorporated by the previous builder for stiffness. How can he get the drawer to clear it?
Watch for your monthly dose of DiResta problem solving—and keep your eyes open for some neat tips, like how to minimize planer snipe and how to quickly transfer radii from rabbeted corners to the drawer bottom that will fit into them: