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Published in : 2017-02-08 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Seasoned woodworker Jeremy Broun explores the usefulness of a cordless air nailer or bradder using the Ryobi 18g Airstrike. Jeremy Broun Woodworking ...
Published in : 2016-02-08 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
UK routing expert Jeremy Broun tries out a Ryobi P600 Cordless trimmer promoting it as a useful mini router.
Published in : 2018-10-01 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Jeremy Broun unboxes the first batch of copies of his new edition of the original award-winning book The Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques. A highlight ...
Published in : 2013-08-19 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Jeremy Broun looks at the strengths of a novel hotmelt quick set glue system and concludes that some glue systems lend themselves to specific tasks. Currently ...
Published in : 2013-05-28 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Woodomain is mostly about woodworking, furniture design, routing and guitar making. Award winning British designer maker Jeremy Broun also shares his ...
Published in : 2016-01-22 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Jeremy Broun shows how to make a quick framework to support a woodworking machine, using a hotmelt gluegun and length of batten material.
Published in : 2017-05-08 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Following on from his video 'The myth about cheap drills' experienced woodworker and power tool expert Jeremy Broun looks closer at a lithium-ion cordless ...
Published in : 2018-10-24 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Nigel Howe outlines this international wood framers (Carpenters Fellowship) conference and festival held at Chelvey Farm in Somerset, England in September ...
Published in : 2012-10-04 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Jeremy Broun won the 'Professional Woodworker of the Year Award 2005' sponsored by Ryobi power Tools (UK) and it was all his Christmases coming at once ...
Published in : 2017-04-23 | by Woodomain - Jeremy Broun
Jeremy Broun challenges the myth about cheap tools by analysing how long they are used for and questions how can they be so cheap?