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27 Jun,2017 - The Machines4U team recently got to spend some time with master woodworker, Steve Hay. Rather than going for the quick and easy ‘tips and tricks’, we delved deep to bring you some golden pieces of advice that mark the difference between an amateur and a master woodworker. #1: Add some zen to the art of

07 Jun,2017 - Here at Machines4u, we’re always interested in new and increasingly futuristic manufacturing techniques. Discussions around the water cooler about the takeover by our looming robotic overlords are not uncommon. However, occasionally we like to get back to basics and check out some real masters of craft and inspect some traditional or ‘dying’ arts. It seems,

09 May,2017 - Australia is seeing a worrying decline in the number of school-leavers taking up a trade. As social attitudes lean towards an almost mandatory university education, there are concerns that we will soon be facing huge skills shortages in traditional trades such as construction. One Sunshine Coast organisation is tackling the issue by introducing children as

28 Apr,2017 - Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, having a useful set of work tricks up your sleeve may save you a trip down to Bunnings the day one of your measures go missing. In this quick article, we take a look at some of the construction/handyman tips the ClassicWorker Channel shares in this video: 3,4,5 Square Trick

22 Mar,2017 - The collective feeling on long-distance relationships seems to be a resounding “yeah, nah”. But there are always beautiful exceptions to this rule. Laguna Tools and Gregory Machinery are one of the statistically improbable success stories. To be fair, long-distance business relationships are a lot easier to maintain. But they still require commitment and shared values.

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