The place where I put the things that don't quite fit into videos.
If you've ever wanted to find out a bit more about what I do, this is the place! Within this blog I've included video summaries, supporting material, progress & plans and miscellaneous bits.
My video summaries are where you can find extra information on my larger YouTube projects. The supporting material tab will help you locate timber suppliers, woodworking courses and other tips, tricks and advice to help you with your woodworking. Progress and plans include progress on projects and yearly reviews while the miscellaneous tab is a little bit more of a mess including all the things that don't fit anywhere else!
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So yea, I only went and bloody did it! I cut a cabinet grade dovetail joint in less than 3 minutes! Filming this video was easily the most mentally and physically challenging thing I've ever done on the channel. And I've built and done some really stupid s*** over the years.
In this article, I'm going to share my reasons why I prefer a bandsaw as opposed to a table saw. This is not in an effort to persuade or influence you to copy me, I simply want to outline the things you should think about before purchasing either of these machines.
This map details timber suppliers around the world that provide material for craft based industries. If you believe something is missing from this list, please provide me with a name, postcode and website in the comment section at the bottom of the page.
I've recently had some time away from the workshop to reflect on the real reason why I do what I do. I figured getting it down on paper (or screen) was probably the best way to brain vomit all of these thoughts into one place, while also giving you guys something potentially interesting to read. If you're looking to learn something about woodworking, this post isn't the right place for you.
In a previous live stream, I was challenged to make a box using cheapo tools from Amazon. Not only that, but the box had to be made from OSB, and had to be dovetailed. It was a challenge but we got it done!
At the end of the stream, I announced a competition where you could win the OSB Box, which also included an OSB Knife inside! Here's how…
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