HTT025 – Hammer Veneering Basics

On today’s show, I discuss multiple irons for a try/jointer plane, clarifications on the fore plane, tips for planing square board edges, building a stand alone shop, and hammer veneering.

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Listener Questions

  • Brian is interested in the possibility of using two different irons in a single plane for both try plane and jointer plane work.
  • Liam is still unclear about the use of the fore plane.
  • Mark is having trouble planing the edges of boards square to their faces.
  • Nathan is wondering what kinds of things to think about when designing a stand alone workshop.

Main Topic

Today’s main topic is the basics of hammer veneering.

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