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Learning woodworking is a past time but also modern woodworking techniques has brought us much more diversity. Technologies such as CAD and CNC has presented us with automation but traditional woodworking skills are not redundant. I still use my selection of tools for building furniture or architectural products. This skill is something we can share with other keen newbie woodworkers wanting to expand their hobby. 

What is the Chip Breaker For?

Almost every hand plane has a chip breaker which at first glance is easy to dismiss!. But the chip breaker ...
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Riveting Wood?

Can you pop rivet wood? Riveting wood using a tool designed to rivet metal is a concept that does seem ...
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Natural Paint Finishes in 2020

Today's finishes? no matter how effective they might be as a long term protector of timber they inherently have negative ...
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What is Sharpening? and Tools for Sharpening?

What is Sharpening? And Tools for Sharpening Sharpening is the process of grinding or polishing an edge onto a hard ...
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Stropping vs Honing…I just use the palm of my hand!

Stropping vs Honing...I just use the palm of my hand! In this article, I talk about why you need to ...
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Woodworking Hand Saws

Hand SawIn this blog, I will explain the different saws that are available to us woodworkers. Panel SawBack SawPanel SawsThe typical ...
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