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Hand Tool Skills is a special collection of the best articles from FWW. It includes inside information that will help you buy the right tools and use them to achieve the best results in your shop.
The in-depth videos listed here will augment the great articles in Hand Tool Skills. These Web-only features include hand tool demos as well as information on sharpening, tune up, repair, carving, and much more.
Tune Up a New PlaneChris Gochnour shows how to tune up a block plane for flawless performance.
CHISELS AND GOUGES
Easy-To-Carve Diamond BeadingCharles Shackleton takes you step-by-step through carving an elegant diamond beading.
In a separate, subscribers-only video Shackleton also demonstrates how to carve a simple rosette.
SCRAPING MADE EASY
Card Scraper Basics: Part I and Part IIRenowned chair-maker Brian Boggs demonstrates his surefire techniques for both tuning and using a card scraper.
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Cut nails and a clever lid clinch a traditional Japanese toolbox
A strong joint that’s widely used in door and face frames, the bridle joint is simple in its anatomy and execution. A tenon on the rail fits an open-ended mortise…
These tiny tools will have a big impact on your furniture
A bit of chisel work adds sophistication to an old-time joint
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