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Re: UPDATE: Hand Planing Techniques by Hendrik Varju

With summer here, and good long days, the workshop is longing for company again! Count me in :)

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Wood Finishing Fixes by Michael Dresdner

Looking forward to reading this book!

Re: UPDATED: What Tools Are on Your Holiday Wish List?

Just space and fine wood. Lots of beautiful wood, and a bit more space in the garage to squeeze in a table saw. Thats all I want. Really :)

Hmm. And just a splinter of JK's eye for such perfect cabinets. Wish wish wish....

Re: UPDATED: What Tools Are on Your Holiday Wish List?

Just space and fine wood. Lots of beautiful wood, and a bit more space in the garage to squeeze in a table saw. Thats all I want. Really :)

Hmm. And just a splinter of JK's eye for such perfect cabinets. Wish wish wish....

Re: Sheet music shelves

Those dovetails with that grain look fantastic.

Re: Chess Set, Table, & Chairs

Just to echo the other comments so far - absolutely brilliant! I would love to read an article about this in FWW oneday.

Re: What's your favorite hand or power tool?

Great question :)

Handtools - After a good long think, I think this has got to be my shoulder plane - a Veritas large. Its just *nice*. Proper and heavy. I like the set-screws for the blade, the depth adjuster is nice. Feels nice to use. Its sneaked up on quite a few joints, and, because its good and weighty its used for shooting small mitres more often than the other planes. Very close second is the #4... Very very close other second is a Japanese dovetail saw (splitting a pencil line is normal ;p) And there are other close seconds..... 8)

Powertools - think this must go to the precision bullies in the shop! This one must go to the routers. Split vote: Makita 3612 for handheld use, and the orange gorilla (Triton) mounted under the table.

-- ps. I have room for more "close seconds" in the handtools department!

Re: UPDATE: Unlocking the Secrets of Traditional Design

definitely interested! add me too!



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