I’ve often found a low raking light really helps my woodworking. Its a handy little project that will pay dividends for years to come.
Finessing a joint, sanding, paring or removing machine marks is always easier. The older I get the more I value my raking light 🙂
Daylight and overhead lighting is always a good thing, but it can tend to wash out the surface details. Details you can barely feel become easily visible with a raking light placed …
After a long hiatus, I am back, whilst my woodworking slowed I didn’t really stop. For the last few months, I’ve been tinkering more with steel which has been an interesting change. Make a mistake and you can fix it, no waiting for glues to cure and sanding etc.
My next project is going to be a hybrid of woodworking and metalworking. See we foster and socialise a number of cats, dealing with kitty litter etc is a pain. So …
Hoping to put more content online via Instagram and keep the blog for more detailed stuff and larger projects.
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Well its a cold and wet Friday night here in Melbourne, Australia but I don’t care. Its almost the weekend and that means I have paid my dues for the week and get to retreat to my shed!
During the week I managed to pickup some goodies and will hopefully get to put some of this stuff into use this weekend.
CMT Rabbet set, CMT box joint bit
digital mitre gauge, Fastcap Calculator
Framing Clamp, Pliers
dust collector reducers and …
I’ve been following Tommy Macs work for a while now, he does some amazing work. Just in case you haven’t heard he’s just scored his own TV Show.
If your not familiar with his work, you’ll find a link to his website on the links page (207 Woodworking).
Hopefully well be able to see it here in Australia, things have been very quiet on the woodworking front since Norm and David Marks have disappeared.
Anyway here is the trailer for …
Its alive!!!! Lol
First new post on this new website, this is going to be fun 😉…