End grain, surface grain, wild grain, wide boards: You can tackle all four of these jobs using one low-angle jack plane, if you follow Chris Becksvoort’s advice and invest in four different blades. Becksvoort uses a Lie-Nielsen 62, with three standard blades sharpened to different angles and one toothed blade for flattening wide boards. From Fine Woodworking #217
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In this video Matt methodically takes you through the pins first approach to dovetails that the North Bennet Street School is known for. Matt demonstrates proper sawing technique and how to efficiently and effectively chisel out the waste.
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