For [Sloppy] Carpenters, Not Cabinet Makers

For [Sloppy] Carpenters, Not Cabinet Makers

    I have a Bosch digital angle gauge I can and do rely on to accurately determine angles for cuts for things like crown molding. However, it isn’t something I want to carry around in my tool bag for occasional use. For that, I looked to the Starrett...
Veritas skew rabbet block plane

Veritas skew rabbet block plane

    I wanted a skew rabbet plane for crossgrain rabbets and cleaning up tenon cheeks. This one fit the bill. It takes a lot of fettling at first but once it’s set it so easy to sharpen and get back to work. I’d definitely recommend it Woodworking...
Powermatic 6″ Belt/12″ Disk Sander

Powermatic 6″ Belt/12″ Disk Sander

    I’ve had this since 2013 and it is, definitely, an essential to my shop. In that time, I’ve learned: ASSEMBLY – Assembly was simple. I spent around an hour and a half, including adjustments of tables and tracking, then was able to plug...
A Great Drill Driver and the Useful Hackzall

A Great Drill Driver and the Useful Hackzall

    I had added this Milwaukee M12 drill to my Christmas list this year. I had tried it at the store and it was a nice size. Thankfully, my wife got it for me and it came in a kit with the drill/driver, charger, two batteries and the Hackzall. The drill...
Hand Stitched Wood Rasps

Hand Stitched Wood Rasps

    For anyone doing much carving, gunstock work, period furniture, or the like will find numerous uses for wood rasps. For quickly shaping irregular shaped items like cabriole legs, ogee feet, Kentucky rifle stocks, or ball and claw feet, a good rasp can...
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