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Francisco Luna

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#1 posted 05-19-2009 06:34 AM

you have the right answer for your question. yeap, those are the best to start with… just a matter of personal taste, in my opinion I would change that #5 for a #4, sometimes is more handy. I use a Bevel up Jointer, it’s a better tool over the traditional stanley type when working with figured woods. I have been wanting also a set of Japanese chisels, they are realy sound chisels, but they are pricey too.

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