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Views: 14177 Андрей Ярмолкевич
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Views: 15097 Андрей Ярмолкевич
http://www.theunpluggedwoodshop.com/ A companion video to A Card Catalogue from the new book- The Unplugged Woodshop by Tom Fidgen. 2012. The Taunton Press
Views: 31068 Tom Fidgen
Before sandpaper, woodworkers turned to a scraper when they needed a silky smooth surface. Today, scrapers still work wonders for taming wild wood grain with out the noise and dust of power sanding. A scraping plan requires less effort than a handheld card scraper, especially on large surfaces, and holds the blade at a consistent angle. This video demonstrates how to set up and use a scraping plane to get the best results. Subscribe to the WOOD YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Wood Subscribe to WOOD magazine: http://www.woodmagazine.com/subscribe Get digital issues for iPad, Kindle, and more: http://www.woodmagazine.com/digital Official website: http://www.woodmagazine.com Shop for woodworking project plans at: http://www.woodstore.net?a=youtube Read tool reviews from WOOD editors and other real woodworkers at: http://www.reviewatool.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/woodmagazine Twitter http://www.twitter.com/WOOD_Magazine Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/woodmagazine/
Views: 8097 WOOD magazine
For all the hand tool aficionados Lee Vally/Veritas have a modern spin on an old classic. Don't let all the knobs confuse you, this plane is very adjustable for any needs (ambidextrous) and looks like lots of fun. for more info on planes, visit: http://www.popwood.com/tools/woodworking-hand-tools/handplanes
Views: 13520 Popular Woodworking
In this video, I compare the Lie-Nielsen No.71 Router Plane with the Veritas Router plane to help you work out which one will suit your work the best. Veritas Router Plane: http://www.axminster.co.uk/veritas-router-plane-701927 Lie-Nielsen Router Plane: http://www.axminster.co.uk/lie-nielsen-no-71-large-router-planes-701265 _________________________________________________________________ Support what I do by becoming a Patron! I want to increase the production quality of my videos and thus need to finance some new equipment. Follow the link below to help me out! Thank you in advance! https://www.patreon.com/mattestlea BUY THE WOODWORKING BIBLE HERE - UK: https://goo.gl/X8ZzSF - US: https://goo.gl/UDqWf3 - CA: https://goo.gl/31jBxj _________________________________________________________________ SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattestleafurniture/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattestleafurniture/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/estleafurniture Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattestlea Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/estleafurniture/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-estlea-b6414b11a Snapchat: mattestlea See what tools I use here: https://kit.com/MattEstlea My Website: www.mattestlea.com _________________________________________________________________ My name is Matt Estlea, I'm a 22 year old Woodworker from Basingstoke in England and my aim is to make your woodworking less s***. I come from 5 years tuition at Rycotewood Furniture Centre and 4 years experience working at Axminster Tools and Machinery where I still currently work on weekends. During the week, I film woodworking projects, tutorials, reviews and a viewer favourite 'Tool Duel' where I compare two cometitive manufacturers tools against one another to find out which is best. I like to have a laugh and my videos are quite fast paced BUT you will learn a lot, I assure you. Lets go make a mess. _________________________________________________________________ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mattestleafurniture/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/mattestlea MUSIC BY EPIDEMIC SOUND: http://www.epidemicsound.com/ MATT ESTLEA WOODWORK 2017
Views: 66060 Matt Estlea
http://www.theunpluggedwoodshop.com/ This is a companion video to A Card Catalogue from the new book- The Unplugged Woodshop by Tom Fidgen. The Taunton Press. In this video, we make the interior dadoes for the drawer stretchers, dovetailed slots and drawer stretchers. All by hand and all from The Card Catalogue project in my book, The Unplugged Woodshop. For more information, check out my website- www.theUnpluggedWoodshop.com Thanks for watching !
Views: 28861 Tom Fidgen
Deneb Puchalski shows how to use this very specialized tool. It is designed to set hinges and other hardware onto your work. It is the fastest, easiest and most precise way to perform this operation. To learn more on this fabulous tool, click here: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?grp=1226
Views: 16678 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
Leave it to the Japanese to inspire art in every human activity. A finely tuned tool makes even the most tedious tasks pleasant. My websites: http://www.samuraicarpenter.com http://www.risenwoodworks.com My Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/wwwsamuraicar-20
Views: 829504 The Samurai Carpenter
This Old Record Compass Plane is Still used in our Workshop and ideal for those curved 'Stair Strings' or 'Cabriole legs'. I show here how to use a compass plane. This adjustable sole plane makes smoothing those saw cuts from the bandsaw easy to smooth out. Sadly no longer available but I did manage to find this Kunz Compass Plane new version on Amazon US https://amzn.to/2GQugMb Specification: Record No. 020 Circular Plane as illustrated in Catalogue No. 15, February 1938 The No. 020 circular plane was fitted with a flexible spring steel face (sole) for planing concave or convex surfaces. It featured end and side adjustment of the cutter. The steel face of the No. 020 plane was dovetailed to the body at the centre and anchored at each end to the body. It was also screw adjusted from the centre and the frame provided handles at both ends. Also referred to as the Record 020 Compass Plane. First introduced in Catalogue No. 11, published in September 1932. Manufactured: From 1932 to 2004 Length: 10 inches Weight: 4 pounds Cutter Width: 1-3/4 inches Construction: Cast iron body. Steel sole. Tungsten steel cutter with the brass adjuster Finish: Blue Enamel Features: Flexible steel sole for concave & convex surfaces Uses: Designed for circular work Reference source http://www.record-planes.com/record-no-020-circular-plane/ https://wallybois.com/hand-plane-for-woodworking-explained/
Views: 474 Wallybois
Відео про те як з "гидкого каченяти" получився добротний робочий інструмент. Купляв рубанок отут https://www.motoblok.biz/ru/catalog/11565/rubanki/7809/rubanok-tortsevoy-s-malym-uglom-naklona-nozha-stanley-1-12-060.html Друга частина відео https://youtu.be/znGQAvYFqMU
Views: 616 Богдан Ших
Deneb Puchalski demonstrates the #48 Tongue and Groove plane. Derived from the old Stanley #48, Lie-Nielsen Toolworks has made significant improvements to this useful tool. Deneb shows how easy this tool is to use and it's ability to keep your router in the tool chest. For more information on this wonderful tool click here: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=1-48 and to view our entire line of Heirloom Quality Tools visit: www.lie-nielsen.com
Views: 61865 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
This is how I made a replacement handle, or tote, for a Stanley no 7 jointer plane I recently restored. You can see the full video at the link below! Article: http://ycmt2.com/no7restore/ Tools I used (affiliate links): Table Saw: http://amzn.to/2uRGfSZ Band Saw: http://amzn.to/2uRyGLZ Miter Saw: http://amzn.to/2gYFKAq Jointer: http://ycmt2.com/jointer-setup Planer: http://www.shopsmith.com/ownersite/catalog/planers.htm Chainsaw: http://amzn.to/2v2ZypX Oscillating Spindle Sander: http://amzn.to/2gYdii7 Circular Saw: http://amzn.to/2urkcBj Jigsaw: http://amzn.to/2eJhGB6 Drill / Driver: Makita 18v: http://amzn.to/2gY8edT Router: http://amzn.to/2uuohmI Trim Router: http://amzn.to/2gXsoVl Random Orbit Sander: http://amzn.to/2uRycFo Angle Grinder: http://amzn.to/2vUil5T Lathe tools: http://amzn.to/2vDeEm3 Grinding Jig: http://amzn.to/2uRlJl3 Bench Grinder: http://amzn.to/2vDjrni MAP Torch: http://amzn.to/2uRODlo Center Punch: http://amzn.to/2uuQdqv Blades (affiliate links): Ripping Blade: http://amzn.to/2urKBza Crosscut Blade: http://amzn.to/2urzrdA Plywood Blade: http://amzn.to/2uRGsW1 Bandsaw Blades: http://amzn.to/2uRmnit ///////MY LINKS Website: http://ycmt2.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4990417 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YouCanMakeThisToo/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanmakethistoo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouCanMakeThis2 @YouCanMakeThis2 ___ Music from EpidemicSound.com By The Habor by Mhern
Views: 3468 YouCanMakeThisToo
Deneb Puchalski shows us a few uses of this wonderful tool. The Scrub plane was originally used as a carpenters tool to quickly dimension boards. That ability to quickly remove large amounts of wood has made it a wonderful tool for any furniture maker. For more on Scrub Planes, click out this link: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=40_5
Views: 45812 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
***Originally posted January 17, 2009*** The small plow plane from Veritas has quickly made it's way to the top of my list of "favorite tools". It's so easy to use, and like a good "speciality" tool should do, it does its job extremely well. So well in fact I've actually wasted time debating whether I should or shouldn't use it in place of a stacked dado blade or a straight cutting bit on a couple of projects recently! For those of you not familiar with a plow plane or what it does. A plow plane is used solely for the purpose of cutting grooves along the length of a board (with the long grain). You can cut them on the face or on the edge of a board and as I'll demonstrate you can even cut them on the ends of a board. Typically you won't use a plow plane to cut a dado across the width of a board. The lack of a nicker to score the wood fibers will result in a horribly torn out surface. Of course as I demonstrate today, there are ways around that. Warning! The sound dips a little in the beginning...playing with a new mic!
Views: 19594 Matt Vanderlist
Deneb Puchalski tells us more about these versatile planes in part 2 of the series. He explains blade options as well as the Hot Dog attachment. To learn more about the Low Angle Bench Planes, click here: Smoothing Planes: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?grp=1256 LA Jack Plane: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?grp=1247 LA Jointer Plane: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?grp=1248 For more information on these accessories as well as our full line of tools and DVDs please visit www.lie-nielsen.com
Views: 34447 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
Because of the heavy camber on the scrub plane blade it can be difficult to sharpen. Deneb Puchalski shows us an easy way to maintain a sharp edge on this heavily cambered tool. For more on our Scrub Plane, click here: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=40_5
Views: 28358 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
In this episode of PLANE TALK I focus on the Stanley No. 92 Shoulder Plane and what distinguishes it from a rebate or rabbet plane. A shoulder plane excels in the adjusting of the end grain of the shoulder portion of tenons. Not so much the tenon itself but the visible mating shoulder of the joint. I hope you found something helpful or at least entertaining. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and stay tuned for more as we continue on this adventure together. Thanks for your comments and the LIKES and feel free to share with all your woodworking friends. Thanks for watching and the privilege of your time.
Views: 4159 Dusty Splinters
Deneb shows us the versatility of this wonderful tool. He also goes over proper setup and care. For details on the Skew Block Planes, check out more here: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=140
Views: 40796 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
In this video I restore a 60 year old vintage Stanley Number 4 bench plane purchased from eBay. Here are the products I use for sharpening (affiliate links): Draper Honing Guide: http://amzn.to/2rIhK9h (Amazon UK) http://amzn.to/2reUdvx (Amazon US) Taidea 360/600 grit diamond plates http://amzn.to/2toED25 (Amazon UK) http://amzn.to/2rIolkm (Amazon US) King Japanese 1000/6000 Whetstone: http://amzn.to/2shn7cH (Amazon UK) http://amzn.to/2qEpTaE (Amazon US) Green Polishing Compound: http://amzn.to/2ro1do1 (Amazon UK) http://amzn.to/2qEzvCq (Amazon US) Here is the link for finding out how old a Stanley handplane is: http://goo.gl/MDXhjF Thanks for watching! Please subscribe! http://www.ragnbonebrown.com https://www.patreon.com/ragnbonebrown https://www.youtube.com/user/keefykeef http://www.facebook.com/ragnbonebrown http://twitter.com/ragnbonebrown Email: [email protected] Music by The Beelips: https://soundcloud.com/thebeelips
Views: 20400 Rag 'n' Bone Brown
This week we have another wonderful plane from Lee Valley Veritas. This is a pleasure tool, meaning, not something you have to have but its really really nice to have. The Veritas Skew Rabbet Plane is a real dream to use, and one of my favorites that I reach for time and time again.
Views: 41338 Bill Schenher
Well, on a basic level, you get a very high quality and solid plane, which is no surprise from Veritas. It’s weight and feel means it’s just at home smoothing flat surfaces, as it is planning end grain. The simple and quick exchange of frogs makes this possible. This in itself is enough to make the Veritas Custom Bench Plane a worthwhile investment for any workshop. But, it is not the main reason I would buy one. With my old Stanley 4 ½, the tote is too far forward so my hand often hits the adjuster mechanism. It was my Grandfather’s plane, and Iove using it, but to be honest, it’s often uncomfortable to use. The Veritas, on the other hand, is a joy to use, because I can change the Tote, and Front Knob to fit my hands, and the way I like to use a plane. So it’s not a question of having to use a plane, but wanting to use it ( instead of a power alternative ).This for me is the main reason to purchase a Veritas Custom Bench Plane, wanting to use it and get back to the feeling of working with wood in a traditional, but also modern way. And, comfortably.
Views: 8160 Fine Tools
The Scraping Plane is one of the planes we get the most questions about. Deneb Puchalski teaches us how to turn a hook in part 2 of the scraper plane series. For more information on our Scraper Planes visit here: http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?cat=508 or to view our entire line of tools and DVDs Please visit www.lie-nielsen.com
Views: 25333 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks
Watch more Learn Woodworking videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500391-How-to-Use-a-Block-Plane-Woodworking Hand planes can be a useful to way of smoothing and squaring boards in the wood shop when you don't have access to a planer or jointer. And, so I thought it would be useful if we looked at a couple different types of hand planes that we have in the shop here. These are basic models that, basically, any beginning woodworker might want to have possession of. The block plane is sort of a multipurpose plane. Its real purpose was invented for smoothing out end grain on boards. But, it actually has a lot of uses in the shop. And that's why I always recommend that beginners start with this one. Block plane is very simple. It has the cap, the cutting iron, the blade and the frog. The frog is the part where the blade rests on and it provides all of the adjustment features on the plane. So, let's look at how this works. After you put the blade in, and the cap back on, there's a couple controls here that allow you to make adjustments to how the plane works. The first one, and the most important one, is on the back. There's a brass knob here that you can turn clockwise or counterclockwise. And, what it's function is is to pull the blade in or push it out of the mouth down at the bottom here. The other control on here, these silver levers back here, these are adjustments to make the blade be parallel in this opening. You just move them side to side, like that. And, it moves the blade in the opening. So, if you sight through here, looking for something light behind you, it's pretty easy to get the blade parallel in that opening. Once you've done that with these planes, you're all set to go. It's just, the first step is always finding the optimal amount to have that blade sticking out. And so, retract it all the way back in. And, just through trial and error. Doing a quarter turn at a time or half turn at a time until you get that blade sticking out until where it's going to be doing some cutting. And you'll see at first. You'll get little shavings. And then, you'll start to get larger ones. And that's when you know you've found a good spot. So. Now, one of the things about these planes is that if you have them way out like that, they're very hard to use. So, I'm going to back that off a little bit. This shouldn't be hard to use. It should be easy. And, this is a one handed operation with this plane. You should be able to just run it over the wood, quickly and easily one handed, balancing the front of the plane with your finger. Some people do use these two handed, which is fine. But, I just think they're easier one handed. Even a rough board like this you can smooth out. If you look at this edge here, you can actually just chamfer the side of it with the block plane pretty quickly. Putting a soft edge. Now, that could take you five, ten minutes to set up on a router table or on a table saw. But, you can do it in a couple minutes with a block plane. One of the other important things you can do with a block plane, and the thing it was designed to do, is flattening and smoothing out end grain. So, here we have a rough piece of end grain. And, I'll show you how we can use the block plane to smooth it out. Now, one thing to bear in mind is, we're going to be running the plane across the top of this. And, because of the grain of the wood is sticking up, like this pencil, its going to tear out on the end. So, you always want to have a board sitting behind what you're doing so that you don't get tear out. Set up. Clamp both pieces in the vice. And now, I can skim across this one. And this block board behind, its only purpose is really just to keep the end grain from tearing out on the opposite side. Keep going. This trial and error of finding the right height is an important one. Now, one of the techniques I wanted to show when I'm doing this is, instead of going straight across the grain like this, and you're hitting rough spots when you do that. You can angle the plane slightly like this. Keep going in the same direction but angle the plane. And, it creates a slicing motion instead of a straight on cut, like that. So, it ends up being a little bit smoother and easier to do. Anyway, after a little bit of work, you want to back off the plane a little bit just to get it smooth again. There we go. You can just smooth it out. Now, what you'll get at the end of this is a nice, smooth, glossy surface. Just like we did on the edge grain. Pretty quick way to take care of the end grain on a piece of wood.
Views: 169702 Howcast
In the first of a new series, Jason Breach guides us through the Axminster Rider catalogue. Starting with the Axminster Rider bench planes, Jason takes each plane and explains their key features, what they are used for and how to get the best out of your Axminster Rider plane. Watch the second part here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bp57s197Tos To purchase: http://www.axminster.co.uk/articles/axminster-rider-planes ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shop - http://www.axminster.co.uk Blog - http://knowledge.axminster.co.uk/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/axminstertoolcentre eBay Store - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/axminstertoolcentre Call (UK) - 0800 371822
Views: 10133 Axminster Tools & Machinery
Let's talk hand tool woodworking. I'll be taking questions about anything, bring 'em and let's have some fun. -1:19: How wide do you set the mouth on your hand plane/position of the frog -7:00: Tips for working plywood by hand? -15:35: Use Fishtail Chisels? -17:25: Can I use a PM-V11 blade on a vintage Stanley plane? -19:52: How often do you clean your planes for rust prevention? -21:50: How do I remove rust on a saw without removing the etch? -26:15: How would you make something curvy without a compass plane -29:35: Jointer plane: wood or metal? -32:45: Good book recommendation for furniture design books? -37:50: Have you resoled a hand plane with Hard Maple over Beech -39:15: Should I start with Hollows & Rounds or Complex Profile planes? -46:15: Did you modify your grinder to accept a modern wheel?
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This is a demonstration of our new HNT Gordon Moving Fillister plane making tenon joints.
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Ploughing (plowing) using the Stanley No.45 is very easy once you know how. I'll show you how I set the plane up and run both narrow and wide grooves, using two of the standard size cutters, all in just a few minutes. Ploughing non-standard width grooves is easy too - look out for my next video in this series. My Stanley No.45 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL86lqISCtD7pFh1cYeZPUhQPO_kno4Wxn FindMyTool: http://www.findmytool.co.uk/stanley-multi-plane-45-review.php http://www.findmytool.co.uk/stanley-multi-plane-45-user-reviews.php Check out my other YouTube channel 'Get Into Woodworking': https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdigaVasCLNO88RNEI53H4A/featured Check out my website for further woodworking information: http://www.WOmadeOD.co.uk Follow me on social media under 'womadeod' & 'cre8' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mitch_peacock_womadeod Twitter: https://twitter.com/womadeod Google+: http://google.com/+MitchPeacockWOmadeOD Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/WOmadeOD https://www.facebook.com/mitchcre8s Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/member/WOmadeOD?show=INSTRUCTABLES Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WOmadeOD Etsy shop 'Tree2Gift' https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Tree2Gift
Views: 3022 Mitch Peacock - WOmadeOD
A new concept in bench plane design, bench planes customised to fit the work you do and the way you do it. You choose the body and blade, the frog angle and the size and style of the knob and the tote. This allows you a unique level of personalisation previously limited to handmade planes. Rob Stoakley explains how the team at Axminster assemble your chosen components to create your custom bench plane. Build your plane http://www.axminster.co.uk/veritas-custom-bench-planes-home/
Views: 17723 Axminster Tools & Machinery
How to sharpen curved tools such as gouges, and molding planes. In this example is a blade for my Craftsman Combination Plane. If I was a little more clever, I'd figure out a way to store these strops for all my profiled blades. Music: "Green Leaves" by Jason Shaw used under creative commons Check me out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leif52pickup/
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Views: 19359 Андрей Ярмолкевич
PLANE TALK - Restoring a vintage Record No. 043 Plow Plane. May 3rd 2017. In this video I wanted to share my excitement of finally getting the Record 043 plow plane restored. The last few parts arrived from across the pond (Thanks Jim). Polished up all the chrome and borrowed a blade off the LuBan 043 for the test run. It is a small plane, but especially well suited for making small grooves quickly. Don't forget to subscribe if you haven't already. If you like this video, give it the "Thumbs Up" and don't forget to share it. You can message me here or on FB with your questions or ideas for future topics. Thanks for watching and the privilege of your time.
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Get the Katz-Moses Magnetic Dovetail Jig: https://goo.gl/XzEmMa I built a hardwood woodworking moxon vise on a budget. I used maple and cherry and some parts I sourced from the net. There's two ways to build it ranging from $80-$120. I put bench dogs in for clamping on the workbench and the vise uses zinc plated hand wheels, ¾ inch #10 all thread, 3/4 “ nuts and washers. For my version I splurged a little and got some 3 degree washers but this could easily be done with regular ¾” washers. Please subscribe, comment and like. Thanks for watching! ---- Katz-Moses Magnetic Dovetail Jig: https://goo.gl/XzEmMa Walnut Slabs for sale **FREE SHIPPING**: https://goo.gl/GGi22b Katz-Moses Stop Block Presale: https://goo.gl/XzEmMa Dustin Penner’s Moxon Vise Video: https://youtu.be/jFFCfJoQ6Jg ---- Moxon Vise Parts: - $120.37 Version: Zinc Hand Wheels $22.37 ea: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/2294/=1dm072f ¾ all thread (3ft long) $18.75: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/3249/=1dm0bx2 ¾ Washer $0.24 ea: https://www.amazon.com/Steel-Washer-Plain-Finish-B18-22-1/dp/B009OJIU9G/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1530979146&sr=8-6&keywords=3%2F4+inch+washer ¾ Nuts (2x) $0.40 ea: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/3273/=1dm0cjm 14 Board Feet of Maple/Cheery $4 bf - Optional Upgrade: ¾” Leveling Washers 3 degree 18.58 ea: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/3336/=1dm085m - $84.37 Version: Cast Iron Easy Grip Handle $4.17 ea: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/2294/=1dm0dc2 ¾ all thread (3ft long) $18.75: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/3249/=1dm0bx2 ¾ Washer $0.24 ea: https://www.amazon.com/Steel-Washer-Plain-Finish-B18-22-1/dp/B009OJIU9G/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1530979146&sr=8-6&keywords=3%2F4+inch+washer ¾ Nuts $0.40 ea: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/124/3273/=1dm0cjm 14 Board Feet of Maple/Cheery $4 bf ---- Check me out on social media: www.instagram.com/jkatzmoses www.Facebook.com/katzmoseswoodworking patreon.com/katzmoseswoodworking youtube.com/katzmoseswoodworkingshop ---- Other tools I love: Razor Saw: http://amzn.to/2nm0FzG Marking Gauge: http://amzn.to/2nlXLuQ Marking Knife: http://amzn.to/2nm39Ok Stanley Sweetheart Chisels: http://amzn.to/2mVMTkF Knew Concepts Fret Saw: http://amzn.to/2FUDbYZ Dewalt Planer Package: http://amzn.to/2thEf6O Forrest 10” Combo Blade: http://amzn.to/2Fdaee3 Festool Tape Measure: http://amzn.to/2oS3cjD Starrett 6” Combination Square: http://amzn.to/2oP3dVw Woodstock 3 in 1 Shoulder Plane: http://amzn.to/2FgAS1A Stanley Low Angle Jack Plane: http://amzn.to/2oV4I4O Dewaxed Shellac Flakes: http://amzn.to/2FeqqYh Abalone Inlay :https://amzn.to/2rjMTxe Abalone Inlay Alternate: https://goo.gl/DHonFy 5 Minute Epoxy: http://amzn.to/2FijsSa Whiteside Router Bit: https://amzn.to/2I8rjD5 ---- Camera Gear: Lumix GH5-s and main lens: https://amzn.to/2J49F7m 30mm Macro Lens: https://amzn.to/2GJXtTT Microphone: https://amzn.to/2IGjKIa Gimbal: https://amzn.to/2s9ZV0F 2nd CAMERA Canon 70d: http://amzn.to/2FiCEDq Tripod: http://amzn.to/2HasNvK Slider: http://amzn.to/2oNucSd 24MM Wide Angle/Macro Lens: http://amzn.to/2oSzzjh 50MM f/1.8 for those tight shots: http://amzn.to/2tpAoVm 10-18mm Lens for the wide shots: http://amzn.to/2FZrhNM ---- Some of my other videos I think you’ll like: Ring Box From a Walnut Log: https://youtu.be/Q3LJU0XDUmU STONE INLAY MEMORY BOX: https://youtu.be/f-veV1aEtRI NAKASHIMA INSPIRED STOOL: https://youtu.be/WTuIuFWlZoI ABALONE BUTTERFLY KEY: https://youtu.be/Y1Yd2_hsekY 4 IN 1 CROSSCUT SLED: https://youtu.be/cTsJfJphqO8 ALL IN ONE 45 & 90 DEGREE SHOOTING BOARD, MAGNETIC SAW GUIDE AND PLANE STOP: https://youtu.be/6FKPIxos5Vo FANCY DOVETAIL ALIGNMENT BOARD: https://youtu.be/xPtkAYDLzBQ JAPANESE HAND SAW TRICK EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW: https://youtu.be/p5KWBGBWYPI CUTTING DOVETAILS WITH ME AND DAVID FROM MAKE SOMETHING: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mutzoCJuhyw&list=PLWpKyJXgeoFGCHCg49J2j6JhDff7x2ezpA REVIEW OF THE KATZ-MOSES MAGNETIC DOVETAIL JIG BY MATT ESTLEA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qd6VD1mXvRA&list=PLWpKyJXgeoFHg_J_CPaI8DzlstJGTdjfg
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Here I'm finally getting around to shaping the legs, which involves taking them to (near) final dimensions, cutting the tapers at the foot of each one, and then creating a groove for the frame and panel construction sides. Since I'm using a plow plane (the Stanley 45 combination plane), and I want to have a stopped groove, I need to actually mortise out some of the groove with a chisel first, so the front (or back) skate of the Stanley 45 can fit, and the plane iron can cut the rest of the groove unimpeded. How I do this is by making a shallow pass or two with the Stanley 45, and that will guide my chisel. Then, I face the bevel of the chisel toward the direction I will be "marching" with my chisel while mortising. Then, I apply firm blows with a very straight chisel angle to ensure a clean mortise. Then, I come back with the plane and continue the groove the rest of the way. For the tapers, I use two a gauge to measure and mark the portion that will remain. Then, I measure up the length of the taper. I make a line between these two marks, and then I saw away the waste. Then, clean up with a plane. It's quite straightforward. Now that I have the grooves, I will cut the tenons on the side rails for the next video! I hope you've enjoyed the progress so far! If you'd like to stay up to date on the real-time progress for the sideboard, check my instagram account, below. There, you'll see that I'm actually moving along at quite the pace, considering I'm not using any electricity except for lighting and heat (ha!) and since I've got a family and a full-time job! --- I really do hope you have enjoyed this video. Please feel free to check out my other social profiles. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehandtoolery/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheHandToolery My Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheHandToolery Thanks! Andrew
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In today's episode I added an auxiliary hardwood fence to my old Record No. 43 plow plane. Also... remember to have a dust mask of your choosing on hand for dealing with all sorts of dust when you have to clean a really dirty dusty place. Man did the barn hand it to me the other day. I hope you found something helpful or at least entertaining. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and stay tuned for more as we continue on this adventure together. Thanks for your comments and the LIKES and feel free to share with all your woodworking friends. On the main channel page there is also a "Donate To The Channel" button. Thank you for your generosity. You can also just follow this link: https://www.paypal.me/DustySplinters Thanks for watching and the privilege of your time.
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Ploughing (plowing) non-standard width grooves using the Stanley No.45 is easy once you know how. Following on from my previous video, I'll demonstrate how, all in just a few minutes. See the previous video on ploughing standard width grooves here: http://youtu.be/jFsyft77kIE My Stanley No.45 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL86lqISCtD7pFh1cYeZPUhQPO_kno4Wxn FindMyTool: http://www.findmytool.co.uk/stanley-multi-plane-45-review.php http://www.findmytool.co.uk/stanley-multi-plane-45-user-reviews.php Check out my other YouTube channel 'Get Into Woodworking': https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdigaVasCLNO88RNEI53H4A/featured Check out my website for further woodworking information: http://www.WOmadeOD.co.uk Follow me on social media under 'womadeod' & 'cre8' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mitch_peacock_womadeod Twitter: https://twitter.com/womadeod Google+: http://google.com/+MitchPeacockWOmadeOD Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/WOmadeOD https://www.facebook.com/mitchcre8s Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/member/WOmadeOD?show=INSTRUCTABLES Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WOmadeOD Etsy shop 'Tree2Gift' https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Tree2Gift
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We follow the #51R Shoot Board Plane from raw iron to finished product in this newest installment of "Inside the Toolworks" For more information on the #51 visit http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=1-51
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