In the 30 plus years I
have been a working with wood, I have found that I never
stop learning about the craft. Amazingly I find
that a good deal of fresh information I learn comes from
my fellow woodworkers. Whether it be a tip on how to
store and organize the fasteners in my shop or a new
technique for sanding spindles on the lathe, I am always
impressed by just how much knowledge can be gained from
the average woodworker. This was the inspiration
for creating this site.
Woodcourse.com is a shared resource for both the amateur
and professional woodworker. We invite all woodworkers
to contribute to the site by submitting tips and
articles, or join our
All submissions will be accepted in the following
Any standard text editor - .txt .rtf
Microsoft Word - .doc .docx
Microsoft Publisher - .pub
submission files must be attached to the email you send
us. If your submission contains only plain text
(no photos or illustrations), you may send directly in
the body of the email.
illustrations - We can use almost any format you
send us, however we recommend .jpg format for photos and
.bmp or .gif format for illustrations.
File size -
If the overall size of your submission (including photos
and illustrations) is over 2mb, you will need to
compress the files and send it to us in .zip
format. Our server will not accept any email
attachments larger than 2 mb.
Send all submission to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we receive your
submission we will send you a confirmation. After review
by our editors, if you article is approved, we will
publish it on our site.
If you have any questions
on submitting your article, please email us at: