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#1 posted 03-13-2013 04:41 PM

I see he does recommend learning to saw cleanly enough that you don’t need much more than a chisel to clean up your cut. But if you’re not there yet and your saw isn’t sharp and true, don’t feel like you have to torture yourself doing it the hard way. A plane is basically just a chisel held at a consistent depth and angle after all. It’s still a hand tool and Shannon uses a plane to clean up his saw cuts sometimes too. It was in his sawing fundamentals video.

But at least you can laugh at yourself and are having fun learning. That’s the important part.

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