In conjunction with our annual Small Shop Issue, Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement posted a voluntary online survey for woodworkers. We wanted to tabulate a profile of the typical woodworker. We wanted to know where your shop is located, its size and what you make in it.
I recently bought my nine-year old son a book titled Excellent Engineering: 35 Amazing Constructions You Can Build at Home. With schools closed, and kids mostly at home, I thought it would be good to give him a few other things to do, other than schoolwork. It’s a good book, and includes some fun and challenging projects for kids his age.
This multi-functional workstation is designed to replace sawhorses, table vises and clamps.
The 1″ x 8 TPI SC3 four-jaw chuck is ideal for use on any lathe, particularly small to medium sized machines and is compatible with the full Record Power jaw range.
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Not everyone has the machinery needed to joint and thickness plane large timbers to make tables. With the Wood Shed’s large collection of beautiful, authentic solid wood slabs and solid wood and metal bases, crafting your own custom tables is easier than ever.
The FEIN MULTIMASTER 700 is the best multitool for ultra-fast work, even for the most demanding applications – with the most powerful motors and at 2 x 2°, the largest oscillation angle by far.
A SHELIX head in your jointer or planer combines the advantages of: Shear, Helix and Spiral tooth action.
The RALI 220 Evolution N Hand Plane, with its ergonomic form for a better working comfort, also features a precision laminated steel sole and anti corrosion nickel steel side.