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Multi-Sharp – The Cost Effective Way to Sharpen Your Tools

Tool sharpening can become an extremely technical, fancy, and ultimately expensive part of your entire workflow. The specialized sharpening systems which are made available to the home woodworker and DIY enthusiast can range from either being exorbitantly expensive to down-right impractical and ultimately useless. The Multi-Sharp range of sharpening jigs makes sharpening very accessible to […]

Cutting For Professionals – Battle of The Mitre Saws

For most home woodworkers and Destroy It Yourself enthusiasts, a compound sliding mitre saw would be our version of an upgrade from our “chop saw”. The sliding mechanisms of these mitre saws make it easier to make cleaner cuts as well as increases the sliding capabilities of the mitre saw. But what if you are […]

Premium Dado Sets – What to Look For

A few months ago, the TorkCraft dado sets which were widely distributed across the country had a few quality issues which deemed it unfit for the job that they were created to perform: to cut clean and accurate grooves for quick joinery. As a result Tools4Wood has since restocked and begun to start selling premium […]

King Arthur’s Tools: Power Carving with Your Angle Grinder

Founded as a small, family owned American business located in North Florida, King Arthur’s Tools has been dedicated to offering a unique range of power carving products which have been designed to cut and shape a wider range of materials. Through their continued dedication to these developments, King Arthur’s Tools has brought out a great […]

Dust Collection Basics: Semi-Industrial Dust Extractors

In our previous article Dust Collection Basics: Shop Vacuums we discussed the need for dust collection in the workshop. We also discussed the various advantages offered by having a dust collection unit equipped with wheels for mobility; a power outlet for direct power and simultaneous extraction; and cleaning accessories to clean up the wet and dry waste […]

Dust Collection Basics: Air Filters

Providing air filtration for your workshop may seem like a bit of over-kill for the occasional weekend woodworker. However, for those who spend a better part of their days inside a woodworking workshop – this may be necessary. Especially with the change of season and the current COVID-19 National Lockdown, many of us are now […]

Latest tool reviews

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great for outdoor projects. Works perfectly with the Kreg HD Jig

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Excellent quality. I am very pleased with these clamps.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Able to achieve a much better edge on my tools now

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Excellent saw, great build quality and very accurate out of the box.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    It’s a good blade but it dulled rather quickly. Still gets the job done though.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Had a chance to use the new plunge saw today. I had two specific jobs in mind for this, the first was to cut a panel out of my assembly table to drop my table saw in, and the latter was to rip down sheets of plywood, MDF etc. The saw cuts nicely and delivers well, but I think the sheet ripping exercise will likely go better than the plunge panel cut. I added two permanent marks on the side of the saw to mark where it cuts from and to, these would have been easier to add on the plate by the manufacturer. I cut through the wood panel but having structural timbers below made the job worse – having a sabre saw now seems essential for these type of jobs. The size of the blade being 115 mm also means there was a significant radius to the cut and there are limited clamp down options with the supplied clamps not offering too much help. I think all in all the saw works as expected, but helps more as a sheet rip down tool than for a proper plunge activity. If you are plunging into thin stock you should be fine but I think anything over 10 mm you will have difficulty. Another thing to mention is that you can get extra track if the 1m supplied is insufficient. This is a bit of a process, and the supplied tracks were full 1 metre tracks instead of 3 x 330 mm pieces but the price from T4W was lower than ordering direct from the OEM.

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Introducing Tools4Wood’s Sister Site


After many requests from customers for tools that fall outside of woodworking, we have created a separate webstore supplying a wide range of tools to the building and construction industries.

Uniquely, you can purchase products from either Tools4Wood or Tools4Builders on a single cart and a single checkout.