Archive for February, 2018
The other day I was amused by an article in the paper that we were going to be forced to collect our recycling in 4 different boxes, this sounded like total rubbish so I thought I would investigate further.
There are a lot of DIY work plans available online these days but this time around we wanted to round up some project ideas that are unique in their own ways. Here is a list of projects to make your
This weekend I visited the Victoria and Albert museum. The V&A was paid for from the profits of the Great Exhibition of 1851. That exhibition showcased the latest developments in industry and art. So it seems fitting that the V&A
A bandsaw is one of the most precise tools that you can use for cutting wood and metal. Operating a bandsaw is relatively simple, you just place your chosen material on the saw table, set an appropriate speed for the
The Luggage is a fictional object that appears in several of the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett. It is a large chest made of Sapient Pearwood (a magical, intelligent plant which is nearly extinct, impervious to magic, and only grows
All too often it is easy to get excited about a new woodworking project, but then once you get to your workshop, your mind goes blank. What exactly are you planning on making? This will often occur because you did
HackSpace magazine is in it’s third edition now and I’m happy to say that I’ve another article in this one. All of the editions can be purchased or downloaded from their site. XMAS Light In the first edition of HackSpace