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.
On today’s show, I discuss mouth opening on wooden planes, marking knives, leveling the bottoms of deep mortises, cambering a plane iron with a honing guide, and sharpening systems.
A panel gauge is a tool that no traditional workshop should be without. If you don’t use a table saw to rip your stock, you need a panel gauge.
Can you really have too many marking gauges?
Is one style of marking gauge better than another? Do you need more than one?