Mirka makes the best sand paper I’ve used so far – the Abranet. A mesh-type paper that has excellent dust removal properties. And they also has made this sanding block – with built-in dust collection! Let’s review it!
Three planes in one? SOLD! I bought a Rider 3-in-1 shoulder plane. Which is also a bull nose plane. And a chisel plane. That’s two special purpose planes I might not need to buy separately, if this thing keeps its promises. Tool review time!
Rings like silver! Whacking, wellying, tapping, bashing, smashing, persuading, nudging – there’s a lot of tasks in a shop that need a good… problem solver. Let’s review one option; the Thorex 712R
A plain and smooth piece of wood can be both beautiful and really boring. Stanley made a metal scratch stock, and Lie-Nielsen copied it. Let’s review the L and the N version!
Holding your work steady is crucial when you work. You need the best work holding you can get, and a metal woodworking vise is a great option. Lets’s review one.
Accurate marking of mortises, dovetails, lap joints and what have you, needs good tools. I bought two different marking gauge models from Veritas. Let’s review!