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LeTurbo

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#1 posted 11-10-2014 09:30 PM

I know I have a bias to plane more deeply on the right, so that causes problems if I swop a board end-over-end. But I’m aware of it now, and use my square to check where I’m going. It may just be, as you say, that you’re now paying closer attention. Of course, once you can see what you’re doing, you can use it to great advantage. It influences the way I stand, and the direction I mount stuff in the vice – but also means I can now plane a perfect bevel right down the edge.


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