Reviews

Veritas Tools in Canada have re-issued the original made many years ago by Preston Tools of the UK.

Well priced for the features offered, these machines are definitely worth considering, writes Damion Fauser.

Less tear-out and less noise was the promise. So was it worth the expense?

This mixture of bees, soy and carnauba wax is easy to apply.

If you are fixing a cabinet to a wall for example, you can place the gauge on the cabinet and adjust it for vertical whilst the app reads out the actual angle...

My quest was for a large hole cutter that would be quick to use and leave a clean finish...

After using Roofus I began to wonder why it hadn’t been invented earlier as a simple solution to the juggle of bevels and squares typically needed to mark out and cut rafters.

The versatility of this plane will provide a lifetime of enjoyable use, says Wood Review author Troy McDonald.

In hindsight, Darren Oates weighs up the significant cost of a recent machinery purchase with what it might have saved.

With a flexible plastic backing, this range of products comes in standard sized 9" x 11" sheets and also in convenient smaller sizes to fit hand blocks.

Hardwaxes can offer more of a hand-rubbed rather than a glossy surface appearance.

Anything that lessens wood dust and keeps the workshop cleaner is great value.

Two systems that are designed for accuracy.

I’ve always disliked 150mm steel rules. Over time I just gave up on the idea of carrying one...

This is a beautifully designed and built tool made in South Australia.