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Archive for September, 2011


How to Sharpen and Use Mortice Chisels


Mortice chisels are different to other woodworking chisels in that the sides need to be ground to form them into a sharp cutting edge. As the chisel is driven into the wood the bevel pushes the chisel forward cutting the sides of the mortice.

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How To Use A Coping Saw


Cutting with a coping saw is simple. You need the correct grip and stance. The cut is made with a pulling stroke and the blade turns within its own kerf to make a curved cut.

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Furniture Today


Jeremy Broun’s two videos are a trailer for his DVD of the same name. In the first he looks at the history of furniture design since the Arts and Crafts movement and in the second video he showcases the work of over twenty designers and makers of the past few decades.

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