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The benchmark in precision power tools for over 35 years!
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Best of the Woodworking web - How to build a strip canoe
‘Wood stuff, boat stuff, other stuff’ is where creator of A Guy Doing
Stuff stands for. In 2015 Adam built his first canoe, as a perfectionist he was really
unhappy with his first attempt that had flaws and was undocumented. With the idea of making fast pac...

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How to make a classic bookcase - A Woodworkers Journal project
Last year Triton challenged the team at Woodworkers Journal
to come up with a project to show off the versatility and accuracy of the TWX7
Workcentre. They didn’t disappoint with a great project build and plans set for
a classic Tool Chest if you missed tha...

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How to make eye catching wooden sunglasses
In previous posts we have met the team at InBo in France and
seen their process to make both bamboo bikes and high performance long boards.
If you missed any of those check out the links below (or search #Mastersofwood for all our related content).  In this...

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Les meubles en palettes 2 & cuivre » de Maud Vignane et Alban Lecoanet
Il y a quelques mois, nous vous présentions sur le blog de Triton l’ouvrage « Les meubles en palettes » paru aux Éditions de Saxe en 2014. Aujourd’hui, nous avons choisi de vous parler d’un livre qui nous tient particulièrement à cœur : « Les meubles en pa...

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Meet the Period Craftsman, Freddy Roman
  This week’s blog post is a little different to our usual
fare. I had the great pleasure to meet up with Freddy Roman a woodworker whose
reputation as a skilled craftsman and communicator is attracting a lot of
attention on Instagram under the pseudonym of...

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All LADS together
We have talked about the great work that the Mens Sheds
movement is making on the blog a couple of time previously, on occasion we get
to meet some of the shedders and see what they are working on . When we had an
invite from the LADS (Littlehampton and Dis...

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Best original woodworking content of 2016
At the end
of the year we wanted to share a review of some of the best original content
from the Triton blog of 2016. It’s been a busy year for us filming in Europe
and the USA to bring you stories about woodworkers and their lives, as well as
sharing tips,...

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Setting up a hand plane with Matt Cremona and April Wilkerson
Using a properly set up hand plane is a really satisfying
thing to do. A gentle hiss as it glides across your board and wafer thin curly
shavings fall to the floor. But if you don’t set it up properly or have a blunt
blade installed it’s a very different st...

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Sharpening tips with Matt Cremona and April Wilkerson
Using really sharp tools is a great idea when your
woodworking, it produces better results is really satisfying and is inherently
safer as you apply less pressure and have more control with a sharp edge, this
should not be a revelation to most of our reader...

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Woodworking Book Review : Tiny Boxes 10 Skill Building Box Projects By Doug Stowe
For lots of woodworkers making boxes is
a great way to develop their skills of design and practical technique. They are
terrific for extending your woodworking repertoire as well as providing a ready
source of gifts or useful storage places for all those bi...
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