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rockindavan

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#1 posted 07-15-2012 08:23 PM

My sister-in-law bought a dinning room table with “hand tool marks,” which was nothing more than tear out and blade marks. She could care less that these are only mistakes that should never show up in a final project. Also she has no idea that they built it cheaply with all power tools then as a last ditch effort came back with a dull handplane and roughed up the surface. Pure handwork is a hard sell unless you are well known like Roy Underhill or like that amazing Japanese guy.


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