I recently read AceParts’ guide to advances in transport and how we might travel in the future. The increased speed and efficiency of vehicles will allow more people to travel long distances. However, this could have a knock-on effect. For
If you’re anything like me, your shed might resemble something like the picture above. Though I do my best to keep my shed organized, there are still random items on the floor and I’m constantly digging through tool boxes to
Have you ever come down in the morning and wondered where your fence has gone? I have. Luckily the missing panels were in a field and not my neighbour’s windshield. The worst part? That fence was about 2 years old.
My workshop is often a complete mess. I put tools down and get called away, I buy a load of scrap or bits and pieces for projects and then pile them up in the corners, on the floor and, too
Doing your own repairs, construction or crafting projects can involve a lot of tricky steps. But one that’s often handled in a relatively crude manner even by experienced handymen and DIY practitioners is sawing. Simply put, with a hand saw
It’s been quite cold so far this year so you might be finding it hard to get up the motivation to get into your workshop. Jenny has put together some tips for heating your workshop shed. Top 5 Tips for
I first came across brushless motors in the form of outrunner motors a few years back powering model aeroplane propellers. More recently I’ve heard about them being used for power tools such cordless drills, and on investigating I’ve learnt that
If you work in your shed then having plenty of light is key. Windows can help but are often sheltered by fences or other buildings. Putting in a roof window can fill your shed with light. Mark Curtis from Activent