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The Woodworker  |  Sep 28, 2011  |  0 comments

SAFETY NOTICE: During filming it issometimes necessary to remove safety equipment to help the subjectpresent to camera and keep footage as clear and concise as possible.Please ensure that you are familiar with your tools, read themanufacturer guidelines on safety and always make sure you areadequately protected when using power tools and machinery by wearingeye and ear protection and safeguarding against dust.

The Woodworker  |  Sep 28, 2011  |  0 comments

SAFETY NOTICE: During filming it issometimes necessary to remove safety equipment to help the subjectpresent to camera and keep footage as clear and concise as possible.Please ensure that you are familiar with your tools, read themanufacturer guidelines on safety and always make sure you areadequately protected when using power tools and machinery by wearingeye and ear protection and safeguarding against dust.

The Woodworker  |  Sep 28, 2011  |  0 comments

SAFETY NOTICE: During filming it issometimes necessary to remove safety equipment to help the subjectpresent to camera and keep footage as clear and concise as possible.Please ensure that you are familiar with your tools, read themanufacturer guidelines on safety and always make sure you areadequately protected when using power tools and machinery by wearingeye and ear protection and safeguarding against dust.

The Woodworker  |  Sep 17, 2011  |  0 comments
The final episode sees Les demonstrate several techniques on how to turn the centre of the bowl before fielding a few Q&As from the audience.
The Woodworker  |  Aug 17, 2011  |  0 comments
If you can't find Good Woodworking in your local newsagent, you can order a copy direct from 0844 848 88 22    KNOW YOUR TABLES 20 page special: Be it coffee, pembroke, pedestal, side or all out dining. If you want tables we’ve got them and all you need to know about making them so you and your guests are seated comfortably PROJECTS Ring box: Ian Hawthorne’s inspiration for a…

The Woodworker  |  Jan 06, 2009  |  0 comments
Its a new year but Andy King is turning back the clocks with a masterclass on saw sharpening in this issue. This really is chapter and verse, from topping, through dressing and onto setting with all those tricky little issues like fleam filing explained along the way. Okay, hardpoint saws may make saw sharpening entirely optional these days, but should a craftsman not be fully understanding and caring of his tools?

Martin Aplin makes the…

The Woodworker  |  Jan 05, 2009  |  0 comments
Ian Taylor has produced this months lead item in Projects. A fine, and quite sizeable, chest made in oak, the project combines both hand and machine work to produce a very fine piece. Curiously Gordon Warr too has a chisel to hand as he cuts recesses for hinges on his mahogany pendulum clock. Meanwhile Keith Smith is putting his woodworking skills to the matter of creating a mould for a fibreglass cyclone to aid his workshops extraction system…

The Woodworker  |  Dec 12, 2008  |  0 comments
This month’s Good Woodworking embraces the festive spirit – sooner that than the sense that western civilisation is in terminal meltdown (or the western economies, at least). Who’d have thought we’d find comfort in a fat guy in red robes at our age?!

In any case, with Christmas approaching we’ve put together three handy wee projects that could just get you out of a tight spot with just days to go before the big day. There’s…

The Woodworker  |  Dec 12, 2008  |  0 comments
• 90Nm impact driver with up to 3000 blows per minute • 2-speed drill driver will drill 10mm in steel • 10.8v Lithium-Ion 1.3Ah batteries with intelligent charger.

Makita has introduced a “matched pair” of stylish yet very practical 10.8 volt power tools and the Makita LCT204W kit consists of a two-speed drill driver and an impact driver that delivers 90Nm of torque, capable of driving home a M12 bolt.…

The Woodworker  |  Dec 10, 2008  |  0 comments
The sander weighs only 1.3 kg and its design provides a variety of grip positions. Bosch say these factors make very comfortable use of the tool whether working overhead, on shaped or curved pieces or vertical surfaces. The GEX 125-1 AE has an integral dust extraction unit in the form of the Bosch micro-filter, capable of retaining even the smallest particles. The system provides over 80 per cent dust collection and its transparent dust…

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