Several months ago I purchased a 10/4 maple board that was about 10” wide and 120” long. Near the ends there was some bark on the edges and interior of the board, but I still had almost 9 feet of usable wood. Just because I’m a...
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The legs pieces have been milled to final thickness, so I glued them up. The boards are 1.25”x5”x36” inches and there are four boards per leg. The finished legs will be approximately 5”x5” and will be cut to le...
I’m starting to build a Roubo workbench. Nothing original there, but I thought I’d blog my progress. I’m following Chris Schwarz’s descriptions and plans in Handbook Essentials. I purchased the lumber (the equivalent o...
Here’s a concept for a jig to make it easier to remove rust from hand planes using a rust-removal solution (such as citric acid or a commercial product like Evapo-Rust). To use the jig, first line it with a piece of plastic (or a plastic ba...