Woodworking Design: Making Cuts and Joinery with Marking Tools... with Ian Kirby -- If you are going to work wood using hand tools, then all of the traditional marking tools are essential. It is a short list: pencil, marking knife, marking gauge, cutting gauge and mortise gauge. If you are going to work wood using machine tools, they are largely redundant because they are replaced by fences, guides and stops of one sort or another.

Woodworking Design: Making Cuts and Joinery with Marking Tools... with Ian Kirby -- If you are going to work wood using hand tools, then all of the traditional marking tools are essential. It is a short list: pencil, marking knife, marking gauge, cutting gauge and mortise gauge. If you are going to work wood using machine tools, they are largely redundant because they are replaced by fences, guides and stops of one sort or another.

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How To: Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Squaring Up Measurements with Tape Measure or Pinch Rods

How To: Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Squaring Up Measurements with Tape Measure or Pinch Rods

There are many options for hand tool storage. From foam cutouts and pegboards, to French cleats and tool boxes. If you want to be inspired by a one-of-a-kind wall system, then watch the video above.

There are many options for hand tool storage. From foam cutouts and pegboards, to French cleats and tool boxes. If you want to be inspired by a one-of-a-kind wall system, then watch the video above.

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