Woodworking of all kinds will be covered here in these articles, from making lumber out of fallen trees, to the sanded and finished piece of cabinetry or furniture. The enjoyment of taking a stack of material with your own hands and turning out a completed project that is both sturdy and beautiful is indescribable.
Along Along with all that, the various tools and machinery needed to perform the different tasks involved in the woodworking process will be discussed and updated as methods change and the costs of tools and materials keep rising. Projects ranging from basic, for the new woodworker, to some that are more complicated, for the more experienced craftsmen and craftswomen will be discussed, along with time saving tips and how to overcome problems as they arise.
Other subjects to be covered will include how to choose the right tools and machinery needed to make the project an enjoyable undertaking instead of a labor intensive affair. The need for a space to work can vary in size according to the needs of the project being done. Woodworking can be accomplished in almost any setting whether outdoors, in a shop, garage, living room or even on the kitchen table. The tools needed for woodworking can be inexpensive hand tools used for smaller projects to high powered industrial grade machinery to speed production and make large numbers of pieces that need to be uniform in shape and size. The choice is up to the individual woodworker, either to make one or two of a kind or to mass produce wood products, both methods are equally enjoyable.