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There are many different planes for many different uses, but all shape a piece of wood to meet desired needs.
Wood from dicot angiosperm trees, generally leafy trees.
Uses and applications of the common raw material also known as timber (British English, in the US/North America timber refers to standing trees).
For when you need help identifying what a particular tool is.
Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is a sawdust/wood particle and glue composite fused with heat and pressure to make a simple sturdy material.
Woodworking projects often create sawdust, how to collect it, equipment, features setup.
About uses and techniques, features to look for etc.
Using a lathe to create items. Spindle work, bowls and goblets, pens and pendants. And so much more.
Water is a serious threat to wood projects, Keeping the water out is important. Techniques, products safety.
Using and making of wooden dowels which are mainly used as structural components or as fasteners
About bandsaws, techniques and safety measures when using as well as features to look for when purchasing.
Machine to make the faces of a board or panel parallel, flat and to the desired thickness.
Use for any Question relating to twisting, cupping and bending in wood.
Used to bore holes through wood. Types, techniques, safety.
A film finish which hardens or cures to form a protective layer. Polyurethane, lacquer, and shellac are some examples of common types of varnish.
Lathes spin wood for the purpose of shaping the wood. Techniques, features, safety etc.
Generally tools and techniques used before the advent of common power tools.
A softwood, from any of a number of related *pinus* species grown all around the world. It may also be used generically to refer to softwood construction wood in some markets.
Nails, screws, bolts, knock-down hardware etc.
Useful pieces of equipment to help with creation or assembly of projects.
Questions regarding the technique of measuring or tools that measure specific things, including both dimensions and angles, as well as moisture content.
About the types, uses, techniques, and features to look for etc.
Wood that has been recently cut and not yet had a chance to dry/cure.
Removing moisture from wood in order to reduce cracking and twisting.
Saws designed to cut wood at different angles to make joints.
For questions pertaining to cutting tree trunks into rough-cut lumber, e.g. using a sawmill or hewing axe. Not to be used for 3D carving with a milling machine, which should instead be tagged [cnc].
Use where you need help with finding, defining or explaining terms used in woodworking for tools or techniques.
About uses, techniques and wide variety of temporary fasteners
Dealing with the byproduct of every woodworking project.