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Shop Talk Live 10: Handplanes for a Desert Islandcomments (8) July 6th, 2012 in blogs
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Shop Talk Live 10: Handplanes for a Desert Island
This week we dive head-first into a bit of workbench tech, with an update on Ed's dream bench and a whole host of tips on building your biggest hand tool. Then Mike fills us in on his "jealous" number 4 handplane and offers his feedback on an easy, durable shop floor finish.
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- Episode 3: Diminishing Returns
- Episode 2: Beyond the Back Cover
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