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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No space for an entire workshop? Here’s the ultimate solution.
|How to Create a Basic Toolbox9|
Here are a list of items that you need to create a basic toolbox
Even the smallest of garages can serve as both storeroom and workspace, as long as it’s well looked after.
|Guide to Handsaws6|
Everything you need to know about using handsaws. From the keyhole saw to the general-purpose saw, we have them all covered.
|A well-planned garage for car maintenance6|
No matter what its size, a well-planned garage will shelter your car and make it easy to do some regular maintenance, too.
|How to sharpen tools5|
A blunt tool is less effective, and more dangerous, than a sharp one. It’s more likely to slip during use and cause injury or damage. Keeping chisels and plane blades sharp is easy. Always store sharp tools safely.
|Sharpening a mower blade4|
What you’ll need: Work gloves, length of timber, spanner, hammer, vice, medium-rough flat file, spike-and-cone balancer, screwdriver.
|How to use a Router4|
Stay on the edge with this accurate workshop cutter
|The new bloke retreat3|
More guys are going back to the man cave to find sanctuary from the stresses of daily life
|Carve a sign with an electric chisel3|
Carving into hardwood gives cleaner edges than softwood. Use a long piece of weathered 170 x 35mm timber to carve the sign.
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