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Tuning the Charnwood W730 – Part 1

Although I took delivery of my Charnwood W730 bandsaw back in September I must confess I’ve barely used it until today, when I had a play and did a few test cuts in scrap wood. The machine was built by … Continue reading

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Timewarp happy ending

In February I saw an interesting post on the UK Workshop forums describing a complete “timewarp” workshop pretty much as it had been from pre 1933 to 1994 (there are loads of photos and information in this thread). It contained … Continue reading

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First machinery – take two!

After my abortive attempt to buy some woodworking machinery and a bit of a rethink, I’ve ordered a SIP 01552 8″ benchtop planer thicknesser from a local company, Homewood (they don’t list it on their website at the moment). There … Continue reading

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