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[[Period]] '''Woodworking''' was a major industry. The high availability of [[Wood]] as well as the ease with which it can be formed are major reasons for this.
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[[Period]] '''Woodworking''' was a major industry. The high availability of [[wood]] as well as the ease with which it can be formed are major reasons for this.
  
This woodwork was done using a variety of hand [[tool|tools]].
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This woodwork was done using a variety of hand [[tool]]s.
  
Modern [[woodworking]] tends to revolve around the use of [[tool|tools]] powered by electric or fossil fuel powered tools. There is however, a resurgence in the use of only human powered [[tool|tools]] resulting in the increased availability of these [[tools|tool]] which are [[medieval]] in function, if sometime not of form. In Australia, those who use hand [[tool|tools]] in their [[woodworking]] are referred to as Dark Siders by their power [[tool]] using brethren.
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Modern woodworking tends to revolve around the use of [[tool]]s powered by electric or fossil fuel powered tools. There is however, a resurgence in the use of only human powered [[tool]]s. This results from the increased availability of these [[tool]]s which are [[medieval]] in function, if sometimes not of form.  
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In [[Australia]], those who use hand [[tool|tools]] in their woodworking are referred to as Dark Siders by their power [[tool]] using brethren.
  
 
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* [[Furniture]]
 
* [[Furniture]]
 
* [[housing]]
 
* [[housing]]
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== External Links ==
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* [http://moas.atlantia.sca.org/wsnlinks/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=70 Atlantian A&S Links: Woodworking]
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Latest revision as of 20:23, 30 December 2009

Period Woodworking was a major industry. The high availability of wood as well as the ease with which it can be formed are major reasons for this.

This woodwork was done using a variety of hand tools.

Modern woodworking tends to revolve around the use of tools powered by electric or fossil fuel powered tools. There is however, a resurgence in the use of only human powered tools. This results from the increased availability of these tools which are medieval in function, if sometimes not of form.

In Australia, those who use hand tools in their woodworking are referred to as Dark Siders by their power tool using brethren.

See also:


External Links