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Author Archives: Ralph Bagnall


  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Bench hooks turn your bits of scrap wood into solid support pieces for making cuts with your hand saw or plane on just about any flat surface.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Cutting perfect edges in your long, thin veneers can be messy with most knives, but a veneering saw cuts with the grain for that perfect cut.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Cutting a good clean miter might seem like a job best left to a power tool, but a hand miter saw can create perfect 90 degree angled miters.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    A flush trim saw fills a role that even most power tools won't fill as well, making delicate cuts and trimming small bits like pins and plugs.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Thinner, pulling Japanese saws are perfect for trimming tasks as well as quickly creating solid, hand-cut dovetails, making them very useful.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    The versatile coping saw can make many different kinds of cuts, including cutting holes and curves, making it a must-have detailing saw.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    The classic hand saw is a fixture of almost every workshop, making push stroke cuts and handling controlled rip cuts and a heavy duty workload.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Making small moldings is a delicate and precise task, executed with your table saw, router table, and if you want a darker tone for the card table plan, India ink.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Accurately cutting fluting and reeds on a lathe without indexing can be difficult, but even a paper indexing wheel and a shopmade jig can make these cuts easy.

  • by Ralph Bagnall

    Perfect for family card and board games, this envelope card table has a drawer to store your games and folds up into an attractive end table when you're done.
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