HTT045 – The Hand Tools I Wouldn’t Be Without

On today’s show, I discuss hand saw handle size, inexpensive hand tool friendly woods, hiding a rabbet or groove in the bottom of a dovetailed box, replacing marking gauge pins, and hand tools that I wouldn’t be without in my kit.

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Listener Questions

  • Ray has a question about hand saw handle size.
  • Mark is looking for inexpensive, hand tool friendly hardwoods.
  • Hugo wants to know how to hide a rabbet or groove in the bottom of a dovetailed box.
  • Ed needs to replace the pins in an old marking gauge.

Main Topic

Today’s main topic is about hand tools I wouldn’t want to be without in my kit.

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