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There's some real bargains out there; Here's some sound advice on investing in secondhand machinery
Exchanging site work for fine workbenches and furniture, hand tool devotee Richard Maguire has more than a few tricks of the trade to share
Richard Maguire's story continued Subscribers Only
Paul Sellers demonstrates how to re-set and sharpen a hand saw, and so give it a new lease of life.
This handy stand for the small workshop saw offers wheeled portability and dust extraction.
Make this super chest of drawers which won Eric Coates the Woodworker of the Year competition Subscribers Only
A nifty set of jigs for bench top grooving and housing for Bosch's new baby palm router.
Ever had problems clamping up a box for cleaning up? Ben Plewes shows you how to make this clever box clamping jig which does just that...
Using a honing guide can dramatically improve your sharpening technique. We look at 6 of the best.
There's more to the humble hammer than meets the eye. Find out what the different types are for.
Just starting out? Then let Ben Plewes and Andy King help you build a tool kit that'll suit your needs and your pocket
A guide to what makes a good scroll saw and some top tips on their use.
Most dovetail jigs work in a similar way. This step by step guide shows how to set up and use a jig.
There's nothing better than a tailor made bench that suits your needs.
In the ﬁrst of a new series looking at the ﬁrst principles of woodworking, Ben Plewes examines timber
Tony Sutton finishes his custom bench build Subscribers Only
Get a head start on next years garden produce by building this simple strawberry planter.
Mixed with a dash of Shaker and a pinch of Arts & Crafts lends flavour to Martin Aplin's cabinet Subscribers Only
There's something quintessentially English about an oak garden bench. Jim Robinson draws on years of tradition to create this sturdy masterpiece.
Good Woodworkings Significant Styles plan and cutting list download
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