Hi Phil. Thank you so much for answer the various questions above. I found it really helpful. You answered the one question I had but some of the other questions were also issues I’ve encountered. It made me […]
Thanks Paul. Recently I’ve been sharpening without a guide using your system as seeing you do it has given me confidence. I don’t think I can really screw anything up. When I look at the sharpened edge, it looks a […]
Thanks Paul. Could you please elaborate a bit more on the decision process you use to determine how many dovetails, how wide they are, and the spacing spacing between them? Also, you seem to prefer 1:7. I also […]
Thank you Paul. As a beginning wood worker I have found various videos you’ve done to make me quite confident in finishing with shellac and then wax. Would it be possible in future projects to show, teach us other […]
You mentioned you were going to use shellac to finish. In the past you’ve explained you use the sandpaper to give the surface some bite for the finish. If you were to fume this piece with ammonia and then just wax […]
Another great video. Did you need to do any fine pairing to get the tennons into the mortises? I know normally you strive for a fit so it’s self supporting when you lift the wood. Is this also true for this joint […]
joeleonetti replied to the topic Anyone use 1/4" wide (instead of 3/8" ) plane groove for pannel an stub tennon? in the forum Wallclock 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Thanks for the feedback. I will proceed forward with confidence. I’m really looking forward to this build.
joeleonetti started the topic Anyone use 1/4" wide (instead of 3/8" ) plane groove for pannel an stub tennon? in the forum Wallclock 7 months, 3 weeks ago
I am just starting to make the wall clock and have cut the pine down to near dimensions.
I’m rewatching the videos carefully.
Paul used a 3/8″ groove wide plough plane to house the front and stub tennons. I’ve only got a 1/4″ wide blade for my plough plane. I am tempted to do make a 1/4″ wide groove rather than buy a 3/8″ blade. Has…[Read more]