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Woodworkers Checklist

12. Keep Tools and Materials Secured Some woodwork materials and tools can get damaged easily. So if adequate storage measures are not applied, some of your workshop equipment can malfunction because of not being stored properly. This why you need to keep materials and tools in appropriate places away from…

Woodworkers Checklist

Woodworkers Checklist

9. Don’t be a Hero, Get a Helping Hand Even though most woodworkers thoroughly enjoy all aspect of any woodworking project, there are times when fatigue and other factors can rob you of your joy. If you find yourself in a frustrated situation where you single-handedly perform all sorts of…

Woodworkers Checklist

Woodworkers Checklist

7. Practice Working Safely   How skillful you are with handling all your tools will go a long way in determining the success of your woodworking projects. Not only that! The level of care and safety you practice while handling woodworking tools and machines also count a lot. Accidents are…

Woodworkers Checklist

Woodworkers Checklist

5. Only Order What You Need  It is very easy to waste is due to over-ordering material. Although it seems comforting to have abundances in place, but ordering only what the job requires saves money. So when purchasing materials, you need to be “penny wise” and prudent. Unless you are running…

Woodworkers Checklist

3. Start with a Proper Plan Before starting any project, you should think it through, in detail. Thinking a project through simply means taking enough time to anticipate problems, solve assembly solutions and ascertain the exact size and location of elements of your project. You need to do this well…