Joiner's Workbench, Tool Optimization video

In this video is shown my traditional workbench as well as the layout of the tools around it, and the optimization of my work zone.

Wahdan Arum Inawati on 2020-01-12 04:48
how traditional workbench as well as the layout of the tools around it?

Let’s talk about Timber – Veneer

Veneer is very thin timber that is cut 3 millimetres or less and used to cover either MDF to give the surface a wood grain appearance. Strips of this wood are also used to make plywood as it is glued in layers to make it light weight and strong. This product is widely used in woodwork because it is a useful product that is used to make cheaper furniture, because uses less wood and uses other materials, like plywood and give them a new look more like high quality, not only for the price but for the stability of the timber too. [Read More]

Let’s talk about Timber – Plywood

Plywood. Plywood is another manufactured board that it is made from layers of solid timber veneer that are usually about 3 millimetres thick. Because it is made in layers it is incredibly strong but also light in weight. The interior layers of these boards are usually made from an inexpensive wood while the outer veneer layers are made from more expensive timber to give the board a nice wood grain appearance. [Read More]

Let’s talk about Timber – Medium-Density Fibreboard

MDF - Medium-Density Fibreboard MDF is a manufactured fibreboard similar to particle board (check MDP post). The difference between the two is the size of the particles, particle board is made from larger wood chips and medium density fibreboard is made from a very fine wood dust. Medium density fibreboard is made basically the same way as particle board which is by gluing the fibres together with a resin and then compressing the board under heat, later the board is cut into appropriate lengths after it has dried. [Read More]

Let’s talk about Timber – Medium-Density Particleboard

MDP - Medium-Density Particleboard. Particle board is a manufactured board that is often used in furniture because it can be made cheaply and is more affordable than solid timber but has a similar look. It is mostly found in furniture that require large pieces such as table tops, desks and TV cabinets, this saves people from having to bond two pieces of timber together to achieve the same size. [Read More]