Top Ten Woodworking Tips – Jeremy Broun

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Jeremy Broun was once ranked World Woodworking Expert no 4 on a website called Askme.com! Well, a bit of fun! Here he shares his top ten tips for beginners! http://www.woodomain.com

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  • suriwong raksahai
    May 30, 2016

    Here's Some Advice That'll Save You $$$… On Your Next Woodworking Project… https://plus.google.com/110772857933664571003/posts/YqW2cfgyUHs

  • Cleber Pereira
    May 30, 2016

    There is a huge collection of workbench plans like this and more on => https://plus.google.com/110772857933664571003/posts/YSGFDwnqRoF

  • Perceptiv
    May 30, 2016

    Alright there! Have you heard the talk about  Omazi Easiest Woodworking Template  (Google it)? I've heard some pretty good things about it and lots of people have done amazing small and big woodwork projects fast and easy with it.

  • Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
    May 31, 2016

    Why not download my FREE 'Beginners Woodwork' ebook at: http://www.jeremybroun.co.uk/woodwork-courses/e-publication%20downloads.htm

  • hoth mob
    May 31, 2016

    If Safety is First, then we, as humans, would not be in a workshop with spinning blades.
    Safety 3rd philosophy makes us THINK about the task, risk and life in balance.
    Should the world live in a truly "Safety First" mentality, no-one would drive to work.

  • Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
    May 31, 2016

    I didn't expect such a pedantic audience so soon! As pishmishy says 'safety should be integrated in EVERYHING you do' and is as much an attitude of mind as a checklist before you start woodworking. I could have expanded on the list.

  • Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
    May 31, 2016

    Safety First is an absolute prerequisite for any materials handling activity, by law if you are a professional employer/employee and as a matter of common sense if you are a hobbyist.

  • sween187
    May 31, 2016

    Safety 3rd is better idea as it makes you think about your job more, if safety was truly first you wouldn't do the job in the first place