• Paint Drip Issues

    How to Handle Paint Drip Issues

    August 30, 2018 Sharewoodworking

    While involved in painting a woodworking project you are most likely to face one common problem that is a paint drip that you are not able to catch in time and thus unable to fix. This problem of paint drip occurs when you use too much paint at a go and try to paint using…

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  • woodworking saw blade

    The Meaning of Kerf in Woodworking

    August 23, 2018 Sharewoodworking

    In woodworking, kerf refers to the width of a cut that is made by a saw blade as it cuts through wood. It is also often used to refer to the width of the blade itself. It is not uncommon to find the packaging of the blades referring to the kerf of the blade. For…

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  • guide to make a better door

    The best door stock – A complete guide to making a better door

    August 18, 2018 Sharewoodworking

    The door stock is the wood parts and components of the door, making a good selection of the door stock will definitely make your door easy to assemble and more appealing. What separates a bad looking door from a great looking one, can be simply the selection of the door stock. This article will provide…

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  • How to build miter joints

    How to build strong miter joints with splines – Full guide

    August 18, 2018 Sharewoodworking

    Miter joints is an easy technique to build a box, however, they don’t have a strength. In case the glue fails, so the joints will fail too. This guide will show you how to build strong miter joints with splines. Placing a spline into a typical miter joint enhances the strength and could give a…

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  • cooper

    Copper, A friend of the Craftsman

    August 15, 2018 Sharewoodworking

    Copper, due to its texture and easy applications, seems to be the perfect natural metal for craftsmen and other workers to work with. Unlike other metals that do not go well together with wood, copper supplements the beauty and natural appearance of wood because of its own unique color. During the arts and crafts era…

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