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.
From the Shop
- Finally got a little bit of shop time to finish up some saws I started last year.
- Rough electrical and rough plumbing inspections passed on the cabin.
- Getting ready to build a hickory staircase.
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- Bill wants to know about strategies for sharpening angles.
- Matt needs to straighten out a kink in the middle of a hand saw.
- Bill is looking for the best way to make the large mortises in the legs of a workbench.
Today’s main topic is getting started with molding planes (check out Matt Bickford’s excellent FAQ and blog for lots of great information on this topic, msbickford.com).
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