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Dead Blow Hammer vs Rubber Mallet: Which One is Best for Your Project?
Plan to have a dead blow hammer or a rubber mallet: Which has the right striking power? Both tools allow you to hit objects with force without damaging them as a traditional hammer would, but that does not mean they are the same. They have many things in common, but some differences make them special….
Rabbet Plane vs Shoulder Plane: Which One to Choose?
Do you love working with wood and want to improve your craft skills? Two important hand tools that every woodworker should know about are the rabbet and shoulder planes. These tools cut edge to edge but differ significantly in construction and purpose. A rabbet plane is a woodworking hand tool designed to cut rabbets and…
Mastering the Art of Engraving Letters into Wood: A Step-by-Step Guide
What is engraving letters into wood Wood engraving is a relief printmaking, whereby an artist uses engraving tools to make incisions on the surface of an end-grain woodblock. There are three types of engraving: CNC Engraving, rotary engraving, and diamond drag engraving. Engraving letters into wood is done when smaller, although some techniques will take…