Has anyone had experience with a site called Woodworking at Home (link:
www.woodworkingathome.com). They put out a dvd version of a woodworking
magazine. I would like to know what your thoughts are on it. Thankyou in
I have every edition - and use/reuse all the time. If you are relatively
new to woodworking, the ability to SEE things done in detail, and also all
the drawings are provided is well worth the money and time. Every edition
has taught me heaps, and I have been very pleased all round.
Even in Australia!
I got to see it and it looks good. not much info for me so I doubt I would get
it. but if I did normal woodworking I would someone though I should see about
getting planes in there info on planes any idea's?
Knight-Toolworks & Custom Planes
Custom made wooden planes at reasonable prices
I have about a half-dozen. I don't subscribe, instead I pick up an edition
that interests me at Rockler from time to time. All in all, I like them. For
those of us who are visual learners, it's a nice way to learn some things.
Sure has been interesting to see his shop equipment progress.
I'm a happy subscriber for a year. I like it and it's less filling on
the shelves that is (takes up very little space compared to woodworking
mags). No ads Yet!!! Just new products review. It's expensive but you
get how to on video for projects. I just drool on the CNC machine they
built and are upgrading. Also I noticed their shop is soooooo clean I'm
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