Craftsman-style Tool Carrier: Episode 2

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The use of knifewalls in preparation sets the pathway to high standards in quality joinery. In this video, you will see and hear Paul’s explanations as if you are standing with him at the workbench: from the detailed layout, to forming grooves using both plough plane and chisel methods as an alternative way, to the additional joinery incorporating through-tenons with housing dadoes. The result is thereby determined by the quality of the layout, followed by the execution of the joinery.

Chapters:

GROOVING – 00:06

INTERNAL JOINERY LAYOUT – 20:36

6 Comments

  1. Eric on 13 May 2020 at 3:18 pm

    Couldn’t you plow a good bit of the stopped groove with the plane, rather than chopping the whole thing? Thanks.

  2. Bill Hall on 13 May 2020 at 4:37 pm

    Nice vid as always!

    So you know, your audio is out of sinc with your video by at least 3-4 seconds, at least on my iPhone.

    Thx

  3. James Foy on 13 May 2020 at 9:10 pm

    Hi Paul, brilliant to watch as usual. I really want to make this project all I need is for my local timber yard to reopen so I can purchase the reqd wood. A plough plane would be nice also lol. Regards Jim.

  4. Sante Iatonna on 13 May 2020 at 10:35 pm

    Has anyone seen the schematic drawings??

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