Best Wood Types for Woodcarving

Best Wood Types for Woodcarving

Workshopshed: Wood carving is known to be a demanding art. Not everyone seems to be able to do it, and you need some skills, knowledge and a lot of practice to get it right. Ashley Ward from Woodworking Toolkit shares

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Girls with Drills

Girls with Drills

You might have spotted the #GirlsWithDrills hashtag or photos on-line. I caught up with Kisha Bradley to find out more. Workshopshed: Hi Kisha, thanks for letting us know all about the campaign. Perhaps we could start with, what actually is

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Getting started with your bandsaw

Getting started with your bandsaw

A bandsaw is one of the most precise tools that you can use for cutting wood and metal. Operating a bandsaw is relatively simple, you just place your chosen material on the saw table, set an appropriate speed for the

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Hole Saw Pipe Notching Guide

Hole Saw Pipe Notching Guide

Pipe or tube can make very strong structures. This is why they are used in rollcages and bicycle frames. To fit these together for welding or brazing, a circular cut is made in the end of one of the pipes

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Design and manufacture of steel sheds and storage

Design and manufacture of steel sheds and storage

Asgard Steel Storage design and manufacture steel sheds and storage from their facility in West Yorkshire. Christopher Raby, one of the Asgard longest serving Engineers has kindly offered to answer a few questions for us. He loves the functionality and

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Transport of the future

Transport of the future

I recently read AceParts’ guide to advances in transport and how we might travel in the future. The increased speed and efficiency of vehicles will allow more people to travel long distances. However, this could have a knock-on effect. For

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Blown Away! The Case of the Disappearing Fence

Blown Away! The Case of the Disappearing Fence

Have you ever come down in the morning and wondered where your fence has gone? I have. Luckily the missing panels were in a field and not my neighbour’s windshield. The worst part? That fence was about 2 years old.

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Decluttering the Shed – How to Build Tool Racks and Organise your Workshop

Decluttering the Shed - How to Build Tool Racks and Organise your Workshop

My workshop is often a complete mess. I put tools down and get called away, I buy a load of scrap or bits and pieces for projects and then pile them up in the corners, on the floor and, too

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