If you’re just beginning to build or you’re looking to increase your woodworking skills, you’re inundated with a lot of information and opinion, some of which is malarkey and some is not. The idea that you have to work only with hand tools from years ago to be classified as a true woodworker is something that raises the little hairs on the back of my neck.
Working in the old style doesn’t mean that you have to work with hand planes – I own power tools, machines if you will, that predate many hand planes. Join me as I “Set The Record Straight” in today’s article (for 360 WoodWorking subscribers only – you need to be logged in) and dispel several myths about hand planes.
— Ron Herman
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