Not bad, but not particularly good.

Not bad, but not particularly good.

    I debated over my first plane purchase. I wasn’t convinced I could appreciate a finer plane from Lie-Nielsen or Veritas, and from reading, the low-end options seem to often require quite a bit of work that I’m not familiar with. So, the...
Lie-Nielsen Beveled Edge Socket Chisels

Lie-Nielsen Beveled Edge Socket Chisels

    I tried one 1/2” chisel to see what the brand was all about. Now I have a 5 pc set with 2 skews and a fishtail. And a few planes as well. they take an edge and hold it well. I have no complaints about the tool or the price Woodworking Reviews at...
Not just a pen lathe

Not just a pen lathe

    I purchased this lathe at Johnson’s lumber wood expo in Sept. I can’t tell you how much needed to be assembled as I got the last one and it was the show model. I just completed turning a segmented bowl and it worked great. It did slow down if...
My go-to T track hold down

My go-to T track hold down

    Not much to say. The T-Track Hold Downs from Peachtree Woodworking work very well. They are very easy to operate with one hand. The large brass disks don’t mar the work-piece when pressure is applied. And as a bonus I don’t have to give up...
Fastcap RCV remote is a great timesaver

Fastcap RCV remote is a great timesaver

    Recently I’ve completed several improvements to dust collection in my small shop. One of the goals was simple, to use the DC at all times. However, I had a floor switch for the DC that I had to walk to and press to turn on DC.Purchased this unit at...
14″ crosscut backsaw by Bob Summerfield

14″ crosscut backsaw by Bob Summerfield

    I needed a crosscut saw and wanted it with very specific specs and Bob was more than happy to make whatever I wanted. So I sent him a chunk of walnut for the handle and he went to work. 14” brass backed crosscut sash saw at 12 ppi courtesy of Bob...
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