On today’s show, I discuss jointer and planer size, fixing problem with old saw handles, methods for cutting down an old saw, restoring wooden bench planes, and making your own tools.
From the Shop
- One of the hand saws that I’ve been working on has been finished and is ready for delivery to the customer.
- We made a bit more progress on our new cabin.
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- No feedback this week.
- Joe wants to know what size machines would be most useful for stock prep in a hand tool shop.
- Shaun has some questions about restoring an old hand saw.
- Scott is looking for clarification on methods for cutting down old saws.
- Bill is restoring some old wooden bench planes and wants to know about mouth opeinings.
Today’s main topic is making your own woodworking hand tools.
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