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In darkest Cornwall, in an old house on a hill, Dave Roberts and Darren Loucaides enter the world of Sixixis...
Ron Fox explains the basic principles behind successful finger joints using a variety of proprietary jig systems
Ben Russell recently used elegant hand-carved lettering to create a series of dramatic sculptural features for a show garden. Here is how he did it.
This jig holds mitred joints securely and simplifies the process of creating mitre keys
This jig holds mitred joints securely allowing the faces to be easily trimmed
Cheaper, quieter and very satisfying, too: preparing timber by hand need not be slow or difficult says Mike Riley
What makes the perfect drawer? Ian Taylor describes the essential elements that go to make up a traditional dovetailed drawer, and shows how it is put together
Phil Edwards demonstrates how to adjust handmade planes
Andy Standing reviews Rexon's bench-top bandsaw
Andy Standing reviews Jet's bench-top bandsaw
The bench bandsaw is cost effective and makes light work of a range of cutting operations in the workshop. Subscribers Only
Few woodworkers can get by without an efficient workspace, but how best do you go about setting one up?
Here are some more tips from Alan Holtham on setting up your workshop.
Andy Standing demonstrates how to cut spline dovetails, a joint that is a favourite with box-makers.
Peter Dunsmore explains how to use a router to cut this useful joint
Andy Standing demonstrates how to make bridle joints
Wood Awards finalist Jason Heap talks to Dave Roberts and Darren Loucaides about inspiration and creativity
Phil Edwards demonstrates how to make a try or jointer plane the longest of the bench plane family
Andy Standing demonstrates how to make lapped dovetail joints a popular choice for making drawers
Mike Riley writes about the late John Brown
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