I’m happy to have been able to rescue these saws and give them a proper second home.
On today’s show, I discuss sharpening angles, straightening a kinked hand saw, making large mortises for workbench legs, and getting started with molding planes.
On today’s show, I discuss removing paint splatters from saw handles, adding bolsters to shop made chisels, boiling your own linseed oil, high bevel angle blades in low bed angle planes, making serpentine front drawers, and sharpening cambered blades.
Last time, I finished up the construction of the saw. Now all that’s left to do is to file in the teeth.
Do you really need a plane with a low cutting angle to efficiently plane end grain?