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If you don’t believe me, consult Joseph Moxon, who wrote the first English-language book on woodworking. But yet it is counted a piece of good Wormanfhip in a Joyner, to have the Craft of bearing his Hand fo curioufly even, the whole length of a long Board; and yet it is but a fleight to thofe, Practice hath inur’d the Hand to. A couple months ago, one of the students in my campaign chest class at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking showed me a little L-shaped jig he used for edge jointing and it blew my mind. Sure, I’ve seen all manner of commercial fences and long-grain shooting boards and whatever. I told the student to submit the jig to Popular Woodworking Magazine as a “Trick of the Trade” and he did. Chris is a contributing editor to Popular Woodworking Magazine and the publisher at Lost Art Press. If a jointer plane is the best plane to use on a long edge,how does the shorter jack plane fix up a board that has been badley shaped by the jointer? And is this the same sort of thing that David Charlesworth shows in his video on handplanes? I ‘ve been using a fence clamped to a plane like this ever since I started woodworking decades ago. I also do the same thing with a sanding block – clamp a right angle to it and you can sand at a perfect right angle. I perfected a jig similar to this last year but I think everyone is missing the reason this works.
A slight change to the design and you could slip it down from the front of the plane … without the C clamp. Couldn’t you, uh you know, bevel the edge the rides against the work piece (think of the profile of a plane blade)? I assume you mean to bevel the edge that rides against the face of the board to force a skew angle? Christopher Schwarz has helped many of us solve some pretty frustrating problems over the years. Not sure about the exact weight on that one, but my shop experience says that it’s probably around a 4 to 6 oz. I considered making this box as my travel kit, but decided weight, adaptability for future need, and access was a consideration.
Are the 2 vertical wooden dowels with a small horizontal wooden dowel in each designed to push open the drawers?
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The premise for our new “I Can Do That” column is that you don’t need a lot of tools or experience to make a good-looking, functional project.
The name for these shelves comes from the simple joint that holds them together, also called a half-lap joint.
I purchased the 1?8″-thick carbide-tipped Benchcrafted Skraper with the intent of using it to scrape glue off panels, particularly in corners, where its eight sharp corners excel at the task. The Gramercy veneer saw, with its handle directly over the cutting edge of the sawplate, eliminates problems experienced with the offset handle of traditional English veneer saws.
The biggest problem with miter joints isn’t cutting perfect angles, it’s clamping the joints together. Woodjoy Tools Precision Dovetail TemplateEvery time my dovetail gauge shows up in a picture or video on the blog, I get questions about it (and it recently showed up in a free video on dovetail layout). I’ve had this Woodjoy Tools brass and black oxide “Precision Dovetail Template” for seven years now, and it’s been worth every bit of the $25 it cost.
I think you and Chris are being paid by Helicopter Ben and his minions at the FED to get woodworkers to spend money and stimulate the economy. I am also a bad citizen, but I think this is one instance where collective application of force aligns with my individual aims, so I AM FOR IT. I’ve picked up my set of six drivers through the years since 1996, when I spied my first one at a flea market and picked it up for $5. Years later, when I saw the set on clearance at Garrett Wade, I bought one as quickly as I could. They are well-balanced with a certain heft to them, and they fit my hand like they were made for it. OK, I am inspired enough to go grind the blades into perfect little hollows so that my Perfect Handled screwdrivers are now indeed perfect. Therefore, I regrind any handscrew or screwdriver I intend for fine work with a hollow grind. It didn’t win as the best trick, but it is featured in the latest issues as one of the worthy trick. Skewing will make only one corner of the jig register against your work and reduce the drag.
The scrap I used to make the jig is thinner than yours and it tends to tilt forward a bit when I hit a knot or the vise.
So, I’m spending a little time at my desk answering e-mail and trying to work up the energy to go back to my massive pile of plywood. These tools are widely available from a variety of sources, from your local home center, specialty stores and catalogs. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. For these shelves, we decided to put our theory to the test, and dragged the non-woodworkers on our staff out to the shop.
I’ve used a Gramercy saw for a couple of years and find the grip better for maintaining even downward pressure as I cut veneers. Some tasks call for a monster, but many good things can be accomplished with a small router.


Collins Tool miter clamps pinch the ends and apply pressure in the right direction and the right place.
And I didn’t buy this pair of garnish awls from Garrett Wade because I thought they’d be superior to others.
I’ve probably got 50 screwdrivers, but the ones I save for Really Special Occasions are the 7 Snap-On ones that together cost more than all the others combined. After noticing crazy prices a couple of years ago, I bought two sets of the Garrett Wade Chinese versions, and paid $15 for each four piece set. If the jig is too far in front of the iron you will have a difficult time with the dismount. As you suggest they are re-secured by pushing them back into the chest and plunging the dowel back in.
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I’ve used it for paint and mastic removal on many surfaces, to scrape hard-water deposits off the bottom of my glass shower door, and to remove small areas of rust from a table saw top. Its 3?4″ width makes it easy to handle, it’s rigid enough for heavy use, and the satin finish cuts glare to make it easy to read the measurements (which extend completely to the end of the rule). Putting new scales on a screwdriver takes only a small investment in time and the resulting tool will bring pleasure each time you use it. The flats on the head were ground too thin, but otherwise they showed up better than I expected for the $10 to $15 I paid for the set. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. The good news for the beginner is that these don’t have to fit perfectly to work effectively. But there’s something about them that outshines others: They fit perfectly in my palm so using them feels like making an indentation with my finger.
After jointing the same edge 20 times over, it becomes almost impossible to correct (without a jack plane). It is a nice box, and a lot more practical for a normal person to carry if they are traveling with their kit. They are single drop-forged pieces of steel with a wooden handle that has been riveted into place. What I discovered is that, depending on the thickness of the board and the width of the plane, you may want a different size of step in the jig. Some of the travel boxes I’ve seen on the blogs lately, you would need to be a Russian weight lifter to carry 5 feet. Bought them back in my mechanicing days and although at $5 per week it took awhile to pay Snappy off they were worth it. My plan was to use Jim Thompson excellent tutorial to make some fancy wood scales and buff up the metal to make a real handsome set, maybe for gifts. Or, sometimes when planing close to the vise, I want a shorter fence so it (or my fingers) doesn’t hit the vise.



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