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Thorough Rocking Chair Plans

19th July 2011
Having a good set of detailed rocking chair plans is an individual of the elements that woodworkers and enthusiasts would love to have. Generating a fantastic set of furnishings has a lot to do with the kind of details are set into the options. Rocking ch... Read >
Author: Preston Donovan

Rocking Horse Designs and Strategies

21st June 2011
If your not positive about your skill level or your device scenario, you can often resort to purchasing a rocking horse kit. The kits appear with prefabricated elements that are easy to place in concert consequently you only will need a confined quantity ... Read >
Author: Gerald Ryan

Features Of The Bosch 4100-09 Table Saw

28th March 2011
Table saws feature a blade mounted to a flat surface and are used in commercial and residential woodworking. The circular blade is driven by an electric motor, possibly using gears or a belt. While the table surface provides support for the wood, the blad... Read >
Author: John Delaney

Easy Woodworking Ideas

28th February 2011
There are a multitude of easy woodworking ideas that can be found through search engines over the internet or in books on woodworking. These projects are for the woodworker that does not have a lot of experience and wants a simple project. It is important... Read >
Author: RJ Walker

Why Chose PA Amish Built Sheds and Prefab Garages?

05th November 2010
While sheds and prefab garages come in all shapes and sizes, the Amish of Lancaster, PA have a clear advantage in the industry. Their commitment to quality combined with decades of experience gives them the advantage of quality construction, cheaper pric... Read >
Author: Chris Stoltzfus

Bocote Wood: Features & Benefits

23rd September 2010
Bocote (Cordia Alliodora) is a small tree native to Central America and the West Indies. Also known as Salmwood, Princewood, Cyp, Solera, Canaletta, and Louro, Bocote wood is highly valued among woodworkers and artisans for its distinctive swirl patterns.... Read >
Author: gwatson

Three Reasons Why Pool Players Choose Pechauer Cues

27th August 2010
The best pool players in the world require expertly crafted cues to keep up with their level of playing. This is where Pechauer cues come in. Pechauer cues are some of the best billiards cues made. This is because the people from Pechauer consider their t... Read >
Author: Joe Pahl

Injuries caused by Vibrating Machinery

19th December 2008
If you work around machinery or work with power tools, you could suffer a vibration injury. This is commonly called 'white finger' because the ends of the fingers and sometimes the entire finger goes white. It can also tingle and feel numb. People who are... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The History of Baby Cribs

20th January 2008
Cribs are used today for all infants up until about age 2 or 3. But this wasn't always the case. The history of baby cribs goes back several hundred years ago. Before babies had cribs they usually slept with their parents. Bedrooms were rare until... Read >
Author: Randi Reese
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