Using Shoulder Planes
Suited for a variety of tasks, these hand tools can cleanly cut cross-grain, long-grain, and end-grain wood.
The shoulder plane excels at fitting tenon cheeks, tuning shoulders, and cleaning up trim. In this video, Chris Gochnour, a custom-furniture maker and woodworking instructor, demonstrates the proper setup and several uses for this member of the rabbet-plane family.
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