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GetWoodworking  |  Jun 19, 2008  |  0 comments

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The Woodworker  |  Jun 09, 2008  |  0 comments
Following the huge success of the first dedicated Silverline Power Tool Drag Race last year, a second event is being organised for Sunday 10 August 2008 at Haynes International Motor Museum.

Power tool drag racing requires competitors to take a hand-held power tool, turn it into a mean machine and race it down a 75ft track. Enthusiasm for power tool drag racing swept across America and is now gripping the UK. Competitors in the USA…

The Woodworker  |  Mar 10, 2008  |  0 comments

Stockport, Cheshire March 03 2008 – Amateur and professional guitar makers (luthiers) need access to special timbers and products which hitherto meant either importing them from the USA or travelling the breadth of the country to find what they need. Tonetech Ltd has launched an online store supplying the specialist timber, paint and other general luthier supplies.

The Woodworker  |  Mar 06, 2008  |  0 comments
The Joint-Genie system makes jointing easy, quick and above all accurate. It is the simplicity of this tool that is the root of its success. Joint-Genie almost completely removes the need for lengthy marking out yet will produce accurate joints over and over again. Made from hardened steel with stainless steel fittings all Joint-Genie products carry an unconditional lifetime guarantee.

Following the success and wide general acclaim of…

The Woodworker  |  Mar 05, 2008  |  0 comments
In response to the recent trend for very dark wooden flooring, Osmo UK have developed a high quality, solid wood flooring range that also follows the principles of sustainable forestry. Thermo-Wood plankwood flooring is an environmentally friendly alternative to rare, tropical wood. The thermo treatment is an innovative technological process that involves heating domestic timbers 200 degrees centigrade, which naturally darkens the wood without…

The Woodworker  |  Jan 31, 2008  |  0 comments
Here's the latest in child safe finishes from Liberon

With child safety always at the forefront of parents minds, ensure your home is child proof with the range of Liberon products which are EN -71 Part 3 Approved. EN – 71 Part 3 Approved is an assurance that any product with this accreditation is safe for use on items which children come into contact with such as toys, furniture and flooring, ensuring children are safe at…

The Woodworker  |  Jan 25, 2008  |  0 comments
BriMarc have been appointed the exclusive importers of Magswitch Featherboards, MagJigs & MagSquares, the ‘Turn off and on powerful permanent magnets’!

(We've just got some samples in to test, initial impressions are very good, full test coming soon in The Woodworker - Ed)

The Woodworker  |  Jan 23, 2008  |  0 comments

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The Woodworker  |  Dec 18, 2007  |  0 comments
The fact is that 21st Century wood windows are durable, secure, double glazed, green and beautiful. But whilst home owners prefer wood windows because of their environmental and aesthetic qualities, they still don’t believe that they will weather the test of time according to the latest MORI research commissioned by the Wood Windows Alliance (WWA)1, a new industry campaign to promote the qualities of modern wood windows.
The Woodworker  |  Dec 14, 2007  |  0 comments
Mike Morris has built a fully road legal wooden bodied car in the UK. The body is made from Mahogany strips on an Ash frame. This video shows the car in action which is now up for sale to help fund Mike's next project, a wooden truck!

The Woodworker  |  Sep 10, 2007  |  0 comments
This stunning limited-edition edge plane is cast in stainless steel using the lost-wax process. It shares the same long body, oversize grip and polished hand-contact areas as our bronze plane, but incorporates the advanced blade adjuster and stabilizing set screws from our iron edge plane.

It has a 14° bed angle and a 30° blade skew and comes with a 1/8" thick, 1-1/4" wide lapped A2 steel blade. The depth-adjustment mechanism is a…

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