HTT023 – What’s In A Name?

On today’s show, I discuss tools for working with green wood, spring joints, cambering plane irons without a grinder, and the traditional names and setups for the bench planes.

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Listener Questions

  • Arkadiusz wants to know about tools for working with green wood.
  • Alex has a voicemail about using spring joints for multiple board glue-ups.
  • Max needs to camber a plane iron but doesn’t have a grinder.

Main Topic

Today’s main topic is all about the names and traditional uses of the bench planes.

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