The Edge Cutter is a helpful resource for anyone who is into woodworking and tools that help you create stuff. Stuff that matters, Stuff that can empower you to create functional machines. You will find how-to guides, product reviews, informational posts and almost everything related to woodworking here. I and my team will make sure everyone from a beginner to a pro level woodworker is benefitted from our content.
Helping everyone from newbies to pros fall in the love of creating stuff
Back in the 2000s, I was very curious about Lathe machines. I use to work on them to create a lot of different stuff for my backyard and garden. I would make up steel hangers for my wife. Things like wooden coffee tables. The sound of lathe machine grooving stuff was simply amazing. But the major change came when CNC which is computer numeric control machines came in existence.
Through The Edge Cutter, my aim is to reach more and more people with a quest of helping them out make that perfect choice and fall in the love of woodworking. I had a lot of issues finding the perfect machine for my means in my early days. I have been through the pain of not knowing what a spindle is and what is the best benchtop for your mill.I and my team wishes to lend a helping hand to those that want a decision on the basis of proof and tested tools. The Edge Cutter can be your hobby blog or a blog that inspires to go and build your own stuff, read our DIY guides and reach out to us.
We will make sure you make something unique.Through last many years, I have helped a ton of kinds and pros on the small nuances of cutting the slack and getting work done. The sheer pleasure I get from manufacturing a functional object is something that can’t be matched. At The Edge Cutter, I and my team aims to churn out everything I know from my years of experience of doing projects for big brands , training other people and the numerous expos and a ton of industrial tool exhibitions I’ve attended. So if you’re into making stuff, you need to bookmark us because woodworking is just the start. There’s a lot to come!