Tools & Workshop
Belt sanders are the heavyweights of the sanding family, designed for fast removal of a large amount of material.Read More..
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|How to revive a chainsaw2|
The woodchip from a chainsaw should have a rough texture, and you’ll know it needs sharpening when it begins to spit out fine dust.
|Types of halving joints2|
Halving joints are most often cut at 90º although they can be cut at different angles, such as 45º for setting out diagonal bracing. A dovetail joint cut in a trapezoid shape is one of the strongest halving joints.
|How to cut a decorative top on a post2|
When cutting the post to length, add about 100mm to allow for the decorative top
|A well-planned garage for car maintenance2|
No matter what its size, a well-planned garage will shelter your car and make it easy to do some regular maintenance, too.
|Choose the right saw for the job2|
Safety and accuracy should be your watchwords when sawing. Always use a workbench or sawhorses to support the wood as you cut, and choose the right saw for the job.
|Best storage and maintenance of hand tools2|
Do your home maintenance safely by keeping your tools in pristine condition and by keeping a few commonsense safety rules in mind.
|Choose a Chisel1|
Every workshop needs a set of these tools for cutting and shaping.
|Get a Grip1|
Reach for a clamp if you need a spare pair of hands.
|Electric Vs Battery1|
The battle of the power drills
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