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  • Plane Identification for End Grain Work

    I don't know if it's specifically used for end grain, but he's using it, I have my own preferences in my own collection, but I am curious about this specialty plane. Can anyone identify this hand plane for me? I started the video at the point where Doucette is using it, I looked on Lie Nielsen's website as Doucette uses mainly LN tools, but I could not find it. Thanks for any help   and another view here:    

    John Morris
    John Morris
    Hand Tools 12

    Golf Cart Woodie

    Saw this at Lumber Jocks projects section. How cool is that? It's built on a golf cart frame.    

    HandyDan
    HandyDan
    General Woodworking 4

    Turnings for Christmas

    I’m continuing on with the Christmas presents. It’s getting hard to figure out what to make for old friends. I’ve pretty much made them all the little stuff over the years. Little boxes and bowls are always fun to give but coming up with something new is getting to be a challenge. I’ve given them all the ice cream scoops and pizza cutters. This year I found some interesting stuff at Niles. They are mostly known for their bottle stoppers but I also found bottle and tab openers. I asked a few peop

    Masonsailor
    Masonsailor
    Wood Turners 6

    Friday November 25th 2022-What's on Your Weekend Agenda?

    Friday the day after Thanksgiving Folks, is anybody else moving slow today?  The wife and I went to the stepsons for the feast, and we're both overstuffed. Wife just asked if I want anything for breakfast.    Here "Two Weeks From Anywhere" it's the ongoing battle with getting the GM Tech2 configured properly. I Found a little over 2 1/2 hour training video I'll try watching today, hopefully it explains what the manuals/guides don't.   So, What's on Your

    Larry Buskirk
    Larry Buskirk
    General Woodworking 36

    Refinishing

    I wrote asking about sanding old darkened finished wood and lighting it up by sanding.  Does it work?  This snake is about 15 years old and I sanded it for quite a while. I’d say I got it about 20% lighter. This was a 30 inch piece of walnut that I saw in an Amish company lumber in Ohio. I immediately saw the snake hidden in that grain and had to buy it 

    Ron Altier
    Ron Altier
    General Woodworking
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