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  • Where to buy Z-Saws
    tool shop in London If you are in that area I recommend a visit to see these saws for yourself The shop owners have extensive experience of all the tools they sell not just Z Saws and will give you expert impartial advice as well as a warm welcome whether you are an expert or just starting out as a craftsperson or hobbyist You can find them at C W

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/stockists.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Other recommended sites
    possible to raise funds for charities For more details please click here Lost your product key for your copy of Windows Click here to recover it Reduce your heating costs What to do with all of your offcuts chippings shavings and sawdust This can be a bit of a dilemma particularly if you are doing a lot of woodworking If you try to burn the sawdust it generally just puts out the fire in a stove or fireplace especially if you try to burn more than a handful at a time Salvation is at hand however in the form of the Greenheart stove Click here for more information Woodworking links Click here for a huge range of fantastic hand made wooden toys And finally if you have or look after youngsters with an interest in woodworking I can thoroughly recommend the following pages http www bedroomfurniturespot com woodcraft for kids where projects are grouped by their suitability for different age groups and also http www alansfactoryoutlet com woodworking resources for the beginning builder where the author provides some useful information for beginners to woodworking as well as links to other useful sites Acknowledgements I would like to thank the following

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/links.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Biggest project for these saws?
    saws Maybe build a house This project is entirely the brainchild of the contributor Paul Welters Paul has a cottage in Normandy which he is in the process of extending and has sent me some photographs of progress to date

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/Paul_Welters_extension.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • William's stool made using a mini saw guide and his own jig.
    brainchild of the contributor Here is what William says about his project I have been using my mini saw guide and am very happy with it I managed to cut a small angled piece of wood and added that to

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/William_stool.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Geoff's clever sawing jig
    pack T slot sliders washers bolts and knobs Available from Rutlands One length of board L x 6 inches x 3 4inch BASE One length L x 1 1 2 inches x ¾ inch BACK FENCE Two lengths L x 3 8 inch x ¾ inch RUNNERS Assemble as in photographs below making sure the T Track is parallel with the back fence Use Screw back fence to Free angle guide Remove knob from Free angle guide Screw T bolt into slider and loosely attach to Free angle guide through hole in base plate Insert slider with Free angle guide attached into T Track By careful adjustment you can achieve a smooth continuous sliding action along the length of the T track to coincide with sawing OR you can lock the guide at any desired position along the track by tightening the knob connected to the T bolt This actually allows one handed operation or for the able bodied two handed sawing Clamp the jig to the work Applications Sawing wide boards Rip sawing long boards Rip sawing green timber Making angled cuts on wide board Overall the use of this jig increases the accuracy and ease of use of

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/Geoff_sawing_jig.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • David's garden gates
    Stockists Links So what can you do with a pullsaw David made these gates in 2011 for a friend s Dordogne farmhouse to prevent 2 small dogs from escaping The gates had to be rustic at the request of the

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/david_gates.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • David's dining table
    top nearest the fireplace in 2011 using oak The other rough frost damaged oak boards cost 20 from a sawmill have been made into 1 metre long planters for the garden The table is 3 metres long and the picture

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/david_dining.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Geoff's table from a reclamation yard
    saw looks like a toy but its capacity for work confirms its status as a serious tool I have included some pictures of the project that prompted the purchase The capacity was beyond both my table and radial arm saw Of particular interest are the feet See picture Each one entailed thirty two separate cuts The head took six cuts The piece was spotted in an up market reclamation yard

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/Geoff_display_table.htm (2016-04-28)
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