Joiner’s Toolbox – Episode 10
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Paul spends some time fitting the lid to the box and uses the bullnose plane to make some fine adjustments. With that done, it’s time to fit the hinges and Paul shows the techniques that he uses to make sure they line up and fit accurately.
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As always, clear and to the point .
that camera man is getting exceptionally good, another great episode .thank you
Paul I am really enjoying this series. I have a question though as I don’t own one yet, what make and model number is your bullnose plane ? Is that a Stanley #90 ?
Thank You for all you do !
Hi Steve, that is indeed a Stanley No 90. All the best, Phil
Thank you for this wonderful video as always. I showed this project to my family and now it seems as though I will be very busy building boxes for my 4 children and there families. That’s just fine by me as I gives me more practice. By the time I am done I will be a pro at building tool boxes. What I love most is once you understand that the skills that we learn in these projects are transferable. Thank you Paul and Joseph for what you do.
Great project, I am looking forward to the next episode. As always I have come to expect well thought out explainations and very informative demonstration of technique.
I appreciate when Paul makes a “mistake”, not for the Aha! but to see that things happens even to master craftsmen–something slightly out of square, a bit of twist–and then to see how he fixes with it. Trouble is, ALL my projects have problems 🙂
Like a rat chewed it! Ha!
Paul, I’m right at this stage on my box ( will post pics after), but I very much appreciate you going over two things; the ding in the box and the chipped edge. I had a couple instances of both and was going to just let them go. I’m glad I watched this episode for the umpteenth time.