What articles would you like to see uploaded to GW next?
|Mike Riley||24/07/2008 19:31:00|
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|Deleted to stay on Topic - Sorry Ben|
|Mike Garnham||28/07/2008 18:52:00|
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I would love to see a regular series on some of the designer-makers, along the lines of the Matthew Burt article.
I'm sure it would be possible to have one of those per month, and it would be great to get a feel for the people, the thinking, and the workshops, behind the arty photos in clever web-sites. How about starting with the Cadmans?
|George Arnold||28/07/2008 19:17:00|
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They have a profile each month in Good Woodworking August had Philip Koomen.
Geirge (Sorry Ben)
|Mike Garnham||28/07/2008 20:12:00|
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|Shouldn't be too difficult to pop it on here, then!|
|George Arnold||05/08/2008 17:07:00|
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Ben how about a cross word every month?
|derek willis||05/08/2008 17:22:00|
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Good Wood used to have a crossword sposored by Rustin's, with prizes of tokens to be soent there, or maybe it was Practical.
|Richard Hodsdon||05/08/2008 19:20:00|
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Can you have alook at including the annual Woodworker Index on the website. It would make it a lot easier to look up past articles
|Charles Denison||23/08/2008 09:00:00|
|1 forum posts||Would it be possible to have a list of woodwork classes and lessons their costs and contact s of the persons running the courses.|
|Peter Hodgson||26/08/2008 23:25:00|
|7 forum posts||I would like to see tests done on full sized machinery. Stand alone bandsaws, planers, circular saws, pillar drills, instead of the benchtop versions. I know that the bench top machines are cheaper to buy, and probably cheaper to test, but if you are trying to set up a proper workshop you also need advice on the middle and top ends of the market|
|Robert Clark 2||28/08/2008 21:32:00|
|5 forum posts||I am new to this web site, and it is absolutely brilliant, something that has always interested me is furniture restoration techniques, perhaps some articles on this vast subject.|
|Olly Parry-Jones||28/08/2008 22:50:00|
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|That shouldn't be much of a problem, I'd have thought. Steven Simmons writes regular articles for Good Wood, so I'm sure they'll be able to add some to this site in time.|
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I doubt very much Ben will be able to upload Steve`s plans for the tennoning jig.
But Steve does sell dvd`s of his jigs here >>on his site< if you want them.
Hope this helps.
|sad sam||02/09/2009 10:25:27|
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good morning ben
i was delighted to see the article in the good woodworking magazine describing my
space saving table and bandsaw attachment im quite chuft
maybe i will make the woodworker with my next bench
thank you once again for your interest
if any interest is shown in the tables please feel free to get in touch or forward my address
thanks robby sadsam
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Alan, there's an excellent series currently running in The Woodworker magazine that might interest you. It's called 'You pays your money…' where Alan Holtham takes several tools of the same type but at different price points and literally dissects them! By doing this he shows you exactly what you get for your money. In the current issue Alan takes the following three powertools to bits to show you exactly what you get for your hard earned cash:
£20 Wickes planer
£70 Ryobi planer
£140 Makita planer
Michael, good idea. I'll put hinges on the wish-list for future articles.
Cristoff, Baz is right. We don't have access to Steve Maskery's material.
Robby (sad sam), my pleasure. It's a cracking idea. If I do get any enquires I'll be sure to send them your way.
|Alan T.||08/09/2009 19:28:14|
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Clicked on the link you supplied for screwfix and the cheapest trade pack of screws I could find was £ 17.19. perhaps I,m not looking in the correct place. Any ideas.
Cheers Alan T.
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