Welcome back to this series all about staying safe in a small workshop. In part 1 we talked about first aid in a small workshop, then in part 2 we discussed some health and safety basics. In this article I’m going to take you through what goes through my mind when operating my table saw.
Today I’m showing you my TOP 10 biscuit joiner tips and tricks. A biscuit joiner is also known as a biscuit jointer, plate joiner or plate jointer… probably among other things. I call it a biscuit jointer, no idea why. Anyway, here’s some tips for you!
If you’re anything like me and regularly have to shift massive sheets of MDF and plywood you’ll know what a pain in the backside they can be. In the UK the standard sheet size is 2440 x 1220mm (8′ x 4′) and for a sheet of 18mm (3/4″) MDF that weighs in at around 40kg. Continue reading “How to Move Big Sheets of Wood?”
Remote controlled sockets or outlets in a workshop are a massive time saver and helping hand to switch things on and off without having to walk across your shop. Continue reading “Remote Controlled Sockets in a Workshop”
It’s time to make a storage rack for my Stanley SortMaster boxes. This will make small parts storage much better in my workshop. The rack is really simple to construct and very robust. Continue reading “Making A Small Parts Storage Rack for Stanley SortMasters”