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Jacksonville, FL, US
Wow. And I thought this blog was about the video. Now it is about the comments made by fellow members. I think the staff of Fine Woodworking can stand up for themselves. Maybe they could make a video about it?
This used to be the resource I turned to to improve my woodworking knowledge base. If want funny clips, I'll waste my time on You Tube.
Stick to what made Gume Woodworking a great publication.
I had just purchased the LN Low Angle Jack plane and was eager to see it in action. In my hast I hit a pin nail on some end-grain. I was so discus-ted with myself. I initially thought about using sandpaper to remove the 10 or so gouges I had just put in my new plane. My wife convinced my to call Lie-Nielsen to see if they could repair it. I sent it to them and when I contacted them about the cost, they said it would be no charge. I offered to at least pay for the return shipping but they covered that too. WOW. In today's cutthroat economy, they took care of their customer. Ca you guess which manufacturer's hand plane I will be buying next? It will not be from Canada.
Thank you to all of the employees at Lie-Nielsen Tool Works
Nice layout but, where do you put you projects while you are constructing them? I did not see anywhere that you could assembly a large book case or chest of drawers let alone finis them? My shop is perfect until I want to assemble a piece.
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