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Beeldhouwklopper Esdoorn (Hard Maple)


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Hard Maple one-piece Carvers Mallet

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24/03/2013

The one-piece carvers mallet is a great project for new woodturners because in its simple forms it is easy to turn, but provides good practice with basic turning tools and skills. Start out with simple shapes to build confidence and skills before adding more difficult design elements to increase…

Raspen Gerookt Eiken


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Smoked Oak Rasps

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19/03/2013

I prefer to make my own socket handles rather than stick with the one that came from the manufacturer. I can shape them to fit my hand and my working style, and I can use a dense hardwood of choice, such as hickory, ash, or oak. Most of the…

Schroevendraaierset Essen


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Ash Screwdriver Set

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19/03/2013

I prefer to make my own socket handles rather than stick with the one that came from the manufacturer. I can shape them to fit my hand and my working style, and I can use a dense hardwood of choice, such as hickory, ash, or oak. Most of the…

Hamer Purperhart Esdoorn


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Purpleheart with Hard Maple Joiner’s Mallet

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19/03/2013

One of the most frequently used tools in my shop is a joiner’s mallet. I use one for finesse work such as tapping chisels and carving tools, as well as more blunt force actions like banging a carcass together or forcing a panel flat during glue-up. Every woodworker…

Honkbalknuppel Steunbeuken


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Hornbean Baseball Bat

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19/03/2013

Making a baseball bat is fun. It’s a relatively straightforward woodturning project.

The first thing to do is to find a good blank of either Hard Maple or Northern Ash. The rough size should be approximately 76mm round and 900mm” long. The straighter and tighter the grain, the less chance…

Berrie van den Hoofdakker
Wijchen, The Netherlands

Woodworking matters. It's more than a hobby—being a woodworker means that you know the satisfaction and pride that comes from using your hands and mind to build beautiful, functional objects and that you're as interested in the process as the outcome. Amid the speed and chaos of the modern world, woodworking gives us a place where we can slow down, pay attention and take the time to do things right.