On today’s show, I discuss hand planing vs. sanding before finishing, shoulder planes, working with long stock, side hung drawers, and moving your shop.
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- As a follow-up question to Episode 25 on hammer veneering, David wants to know if hammer veneering will work on a curved surface.
- Brian wants to know about planing vs. sanding in preparation for a finish.
- Scott wants to know about the usefulness of shoulder planes in the hand tool shop.
- Jonathon needs some tips for cutting joinery on the ends of long stock.
- Zade wants to know about making side hung drawers. I referenced this post from my old blog.
Today’s main topic is on moving your shop.
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