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Three last-minute gift ideas – quickly made from wood scraps
How to make a James Krenov-style plane
Preparations for precise planing and joining
For circular bench saw, router table and workbench
Ensure a green garden with proper lawn care
Precise mitre cuts with the Ryoba
How to set the exact chip thickness – this’ll do the trick
Good tools do not stay good by themselves. If you take care of your tools regularly, they will last longer.
Tags: Basics, Tools
Get started in leather working with just a few tools
Tips for perfect edges
Tags: Planes, Tools
A drill stand is a worthwhile investment
Low-maintenance nesting aid for tits, sparrows and co.
Beautiful alternative to metal fittings
Advantages and disadvantages of the two sharpening systems
In just a few steps to a sharp saw
Tags: Saws, Sharpness
Work anywhere with flexible workplaces
Tags: Basics, Workshop
With these settings your band saw will cut precisely again
Tags: Saws, Tools, Workshop
Little helpers for the carpenter
How do I choose the right knife, how do I care for and store it?
Simply built — Not only for tools
Pasta board in two versions
Adjust, use and optimize
Objectively test and compare sharpness
How to design a custom sheath for your knife
Wooden plane with direct contact with the surface
What beginners to woodworking should have
Since the Early Stone Age, our ancestors have been known to make tools, weapons and implements from antler poles and animal bones.
Tags: Basics, Materials
Wooden planes - Maintenance and care
As you may have noticed, there are currently bottlenecks in the availability of some products. The measures to cope with the Corona pandemic are not only affecting our everyday lives, but also global trade: supply chains are breaking down, and in some cases there are or have been complete production stoppages at suppliers or severe delays in the usual logistics processes. Some raw materials such as wood or steel are also becoming scarce.