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ShedFest 2020

30th Jun 2020

ShedFest 2020
UK Men’s Sheds Association are hosting a free National UK-wide Online Festival called ShedFest 2020.ShedFest 2020 is a FREE live event with inspiring workshops for Men’s Sheds, the event runs from Tuesday 7th to Thursday 9th July. Various sessions will run between 10 am and 3 pm. Evening Zoom meetings run from 7 pm, there are limited spaces on these, you will need to register t …
PantoRouter Review by The Woodworker Magazine
By John Lloyd Capable of cutting endless custom joints and templates, the PantoRouter is a really clever concept, says John Lloyd, but would perhaps be better suited to the machine-based woodworking enthusiast with an engineering brain. As you might have already guessed, a ‘PantoRouter’ is a cross between a pantograph and a router, and just in case you’re not sure what a …
iGaging SnapCheck Digital Gauge Review, The Woodworker Magazine
By Jonathan SalisburyNo surprises I’ve used different electronic gauges that bridge cutters and blades, but none quite like this one. With some gauges the tip is often difficult to locate on the highest sawtooth, especially if the blade needs to be rotated with one hand while the gauge is held in the other. This handy gauge from iGaging is better in this respect, with a ha …
10 Million Dollar Stick Review, The Woodworker Magazine
By Jonathan Salisbury Are you setting a quiz and looking for a ‘mystery item?’ If so, look no further! What a funny looking push stick… Actually, this isn’t a push stick; it’s a clamp.Safety first The 10 Million Dollar Stick (10MDS) allows you to keep wood in place on a chop or radial arm saw without risking a trip to A&E if you get it wrong. The 10 in the name refer …
WoodRiver Chisel Guards Review, The Woodworker
By Jonathan SalisburySharp edges New chisels often come with rigid plastic guards to protect you from them, as well as protecting the sharp edge from any contact with anything that will chip it. Guards on old chisels, even if they had them in the first place, are usually long gone; lost, thrown away after splitting, or just seen as a ‘useless’ bit of packaging. Even after …
Armor Tool Review, The Woodworker
By Jonathan Salisbury Wood Workers Workshop sent Jonathan Salisbury a collection of clamps and other useful items for review. Here he unpacks the box and takes a look at what’s inside... Based in Worcestershire, Wood Workers Workshop is owned and managed by master craftsman and furniture designer-maker, Peter Sefton. Specialising in quality woodworking tools from North A …
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