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Nail Guns for Woodworking

Nail Guns for Woodworking

Workshopshed: The other week when we looked at job estimation, we spotted that time is often the deciding factor in how much a project costs. One way of reducing time is to upgrade your tools. Emily from Pro Tool Guide

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Common Woodworking Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Common Woodworking Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Workshopshed: Even the best of us make mistakes when woodworking. But rather than scrap the work, it is often possible to make good. Today’s post is by Mark from Tools Critic where he writes about using professional tools. Mark shares

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Wood Putty vs. Wood Filler: What’s the Difference?

Wood Putty vs. Wood Filler: What’s the Difference?

When repairing furniture and other wooden items or building them from scratch, there are many instances where you will need to fill holes. These holes can be a result of defects or inconsistencies in the wood or where the nails

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Best Wood Types for Woodcarving

Best Wood Types for Woodcarving

Workshopshed: Wood carving is known to be a demanding art. Not everyone seems to be able to do it, and you need some skills, knowledge and a lot of practice to get it right. Ashley Ward from Woodworking Toolkit shares

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3 DIY Project Ideas You Should Try This Weekend

3 DIY Project Ideas You Should Try This Weekend

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

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Getting started with your bandsaw

Getting started with your bandsaw

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

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How to Plan Your Next Woodworking Project

How to Plan Your Next Woodworking Project

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

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Learning Car Repair

Learning Car Repair

Taking your car to the garage for repairs can be an expensive journey, but many people don’t realise that there’s a wide range of repairs that are easy to learn at home. Back when I first got interested in car

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