Michelle and Nate at Decor and the Dog modelled this headboard from one they saw in a popular home-decor catalogue. It is very simple to build – you can have all the pieces cut to size at your local Builders Warehouse – then the whole piece is painted white. YOU WILL NEED: 9mm SupaWood for […]
The Kreg Precision Measuring System offers increased accuracy for your miter saw. Accuracy and repeatability team up for a one-two punch in this timely upgrade for your miter saw. Most people think that stops on the miter saw are good only for making repetitive cuts where you need several boards cut to exactly the same length. […]
Turning a square piece of timber into a bowl seems like such a daunting idea. The plethora of tools and accessories to choose from is endless. You will need to ask yourself a few questions: what size lathe do I need; what 4-jaw chuck will best suit my needs and exactly which chisels do I […]
Circular Saw Blade Features and Information Our product selection consists of high-quality circular saw blades available for use in portable, cordless and stationery saws. Saw blades are available in configurations for most applications, from general purpose blades to highly specialized designs. Everything depends on how much blade you want, and that’s often a question of […]
Using reclaimed pallet wood to make this coffee table with lift-top is a great way to save money. Not only are pallets cheap, they’re also a great way to give new life to wood. This reclaimed pallet wood coffee table seen on instructables.com has a lift-up top that reveals a large storage compartment below. If […]
When working with reclaimed timber pallets you have to not only inspect and select the right pallets, you have to exercise caution when breaking these down. Here are some tips to keep you safe and make the job easier. The first step is to inspect and choose the best pallets for your project. Most timber […]
By Dave Whittington My first attempt at turning a Wine Goblet Light wood is Ash. Dark wood Imbuia. Purple Heart and Maple from the stem.
By Jaco de Kock At my workplace I needed a desk with very specific size requirements. Made the drawings and took the measurements and with inherited kihaat wood from grannies dressing closet made the 2 piece corner desk. Used my dad’s tools and garage.
By Martin Oosthuizen I used old Oregon flooring to create this changing station. We couldn’t find something decent to buy and without any plans, only a photo, I built this station.
By Stuart Guy All the products are hand made by myself at my woodworking company SG Woodworx This is a mantel clock made from solid wallnut with brass number places. This is a wall clock made entirely by hand from reclaimed organ pine and teak with wall nut inlay number places. With a Danish oil […]
Here’s a quick tip for when using a hole-saw, to reduce friction and prevent dulling of the cutting edge. When drilling a hole with a hole-saw, too frequently, especially when drilling hardwoods, the cutting edge of the hole-saw blunts quickly. During the cutting process, a hole-saw accumulates a lot of waste sawdust. This waste remains […]