Welcome to the new and improved WoodshopTipsandTricks.com. Your handy guide to making life in a wood working shop a whole lot easier.

Being able to use tools to make sculptures, furniture and other works of art is a skill that takes years of practice, patience and perseverance.

Most of the best wood workers in world already know that, but not all of them know about the simple tips that make life in any workshop a lot easier.


The section about Abrasives is being worked on. There are a few tips and tricks that I want to share with all of you. Just be patient. They are coming soon.

Just in case you are wondering, I haven't forgotten about this site. It's just that I have been distracted lately. There is so much... ...bla, bla, bla. Who cares, no one needs to hear about that. What you all need to hear is that I am back and I am updating it one again. This is going to happen a lot more frequently.

The latest project that I started to work on is the page about circular saw tips. I have added the few good ones that I can think of. There will be more soon though, I just need to get my brain properly fired up. I think i'm gonna head into the shop right now and figure out what to make. See y'all later.

I know that this site has been fairly stagnant for the last few months, but don't worry. I fully intend to start working on it again. This time I will actually be adding the tips and techniques that you all want to see.

Getting the design of the site perfect was my main priority before and the actual content of the site was severely lacking because of it. Thank you for sticking with me during this time and I will be sure to help you improve your wood shop life.

I have been chugging along with the site and have made the pages for band saws and circular saws. There are no tips and tricks on them yet, but check back often because I will be adding as many as possible, as soon as I can.

So I think that I am almost finished the design and layout of this site. The content will be coming soon. If you like this design be sure to give us a like or tweet to let your friends know what a beautiful website is supposed to look like.

As an avid saw jockey I would just like to thank you all for coming to visit my site. I hope that these tips provide you a bit of relief from the problems that many of us encounter in our wood shops.

I know that this information may seem obvious to some of you more creative craftsmen, but remember that every expert started out as a beginner.