1. Thanks for this, Paul! I’ve always been nervous about attempting inlay work – it always seemed a little beyond my skills. But it’s nice to see that with some patience, a great deal of care, and the skills I’ve already developed, it is possible. I’m very excited. (But I’m going to be making a LOT of practice pieces before I try it on any significant piece, that’s very certain. 😁)

  2. Hi Paul,
    Great instruction as always. I have a question that may be of this path somewhat but was wondering what vise are you using? It looks very solid and seems to not rack at all.
    Thank you for your response.

  3. I would love to see a woodworking master class app for smart TVs. I currently view most of your videos from YouTube, but it would be nice to have an app to play while I’m working in the shop.
    Keep up the excellent work, you’re an inspiration to us all!!

  4. When truing the halves of the leaves on sandpaper to form the centerline, it’s fine to do it Mr Seller’s way. But you can also do it another way that compensates for beveling. This technique is essentially the same as planing the edges of bookmatched plates such as for an acoustic guitar back. When putting the halves together, put the long acute ends at opposite ends and then sand. This way, any beveling error will be compensated when the halves are fitted together.

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