Safety Glasses

9 Safety Equipments for Woodworking You Should Have

As fun and rewarding as woodworking can be, it is also a somewhat dangerous job and hobby. There is potential danger around you when woodworking, whether from the power tools or the different materials you are handling. But, you should be okay with proper safety equipment, and this article showcases … Read more

How Long Does Wood Glue Take to Dry

How Long Does Wood Glue Take to Dry

Photo: Everbuild Typically, wood glue can take anything from 20 minutes to several hours to dry. How long you have to wait for the glue to dry depends on various factors, from the actual glue type you use to the wood type and prevailing conditions. Factors That Affect Glue Drying … Read more

How to Glue Felt to Wood

How to Glue Felt to Wood

Photo: Felt provides an easy but attractive way to spice up the appearance of your wooden workpieces, and it is a popular material for lining boxes. However, gluing felt to wood can be a pretty challenging and messy task if you do not know what you are doing. When … Read more

Screwing Into Wood Filler

Can I Screw Into Wood Filler?

You can screw into wooden filler but it will not be strong enough to hold something such as a TV bracket, heavy picture or hold a joint. For wooden cabinets, chairs and structure frames if you screw into wooden filler then it will likely fail no matter what type of … Read more

Types Of Calipers

6 Different Types of Calipers and Their Uses

Calipers are measurement tools that are used to measure the complex dimensions of an object where a ruler, tape measure, or any other measurement tool cannot be used. These dimensions include the depth, internal and external measurements. They are also preferred for measurement by engineers and woodworkers because they give … Read more

Types Of Hand Planes

7 Different Types of Hand Planes for Woodworking

Photo: Hand planes are not very popular nowadays. Modern woodworking tools have rendered this antique useless because they are capable of reducing or smoothing a stock’s surface with ease. However, even though it’s not a power tool, a hand plane is still relevant to carpenters who appreciate its high … Read more