This little-used terrier of a plane has many different uses, not the least of which is the final fitting of awkward to reach places.
If you have never used a shooting board for squaring up the ends of wood and finalising rough-cut mitres, you are in for a treat.
This is a long episode so, prepare yourself with some snacks and a drink or two. Paul had a lot of fun filming this himself, alongside making several gauges in tandem.
The method Paul has developed for making these guarantees a well-made and beautiful template for laying out dovetails accurately and repeatedly every time.
It’s the small things that make our lives run smoothly, and making this saw clamp for saw sharpening, guarantees vibration-free saw sharpening for life.
The card scraper is the least complex of all woodworking tools in that it comprises a single piece of plate steel with a highly refined cutting edge. In this video, Paul demonstrates how to sharpen this incredibly versatile tool.
Follow this video to learn how to make a simple drawer handle solution.
Paul has enjoyed using the traditional brace with a variety of different interchangeable bits for over 50 years and they work exceptionally well in a wide range of situations.
Paul has been using the fillister plane for over 50 years because of its versatility, compactness and reliable neatness. In this video Paul gives you a detailed look at the plane’s mechanics and efficiency when rebating.
The Bullnose plane is not a tool which would be classed as an ‘essential’, but it is certainly one which is worthy of an honourable mention.