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Heavily modified Paul Sellers workbench #2: Last night was a good night

876 days ago by KTMM (Krunkthemadman) aka. Lucas Crenshaw | 4 comments »

After a very early morning and a good day working away from my normal 40 hour a week job. I was able to spend the latter half of yesterday working on my bench. I managed to get the skirts cut, and installed. I did not glue the sides on or the top on. Here is the results…. How do you guys like that Japanese angle guide. It was worth the $55 I paid for it, and will never leave my toolbox. The bottom picture shows how my bench is different from Mr. Sellers’...

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Occasional Table Class (Hand Tool Build) #4: The tool kit part 3 Planes

1102 days ago by RGtools | 21 comments »

Your have brought the wood over to your bench, it’s rough and warped. It needs to be flat and square. This is the job of the planes. Before I get started on planes, let’s just make one point clear, you can REALLY go nuts on these tools…it’s OK if you do, they are worth the money. Compare a Jointer, Jack, Smoother, Block set up from Lie Nielsen, to a 24” Jointer planer from Laguna and you will see the value in these tools. You are either going to spend a lo...

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