Sharpening chisels and plane irons is like working out at the gym: You know you should do it, but getting started can seem daunting.
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I accidentally drilled through a workpiece into my workbench. What can I do to restore the flatness of the bench?
My mitersaw seems to take longer to wind down than it used to after making a cut. The blade is not loose, so it seems to be an issue with the electric brake. What can I do?
I recently made cove molding on my tablesaw. But after the job was done, I noticed a dark stain in the cast iron on the outfeed side of the cove cut. What caused this?
Sharpen more efficiently by using wheels best suited for your tools.