1. Hello Paul, I’m making a pair of small Shaker style end tables in Walnut. The top will have a beveled edge on the underside. The bevel will be about 1 1/2” wide by about 1/2” high, leaving 1/4” of un-beveled material on the 3/4” thick top. The top is made up of several edge-glued sections. My question is: can I plane the bevel safely, as you have done on your corner desk top, planing right to and through the far end of the piece, especially along the end-grain sides? I’m concerned about chip-out at the end of the stroke. Thank you Paul for your guidance and especially for your wonderful perspective on woodworking and the life of a woodworker. You are my mentor and inspiration. Steve (Morristown, NJ, USA)

  2. I feel like I’ve missed something. Is Paul not providing plans for the projects anymore? I know it takes a while between the videos and the final drawings, but as far as I can see, there hasn’t been a project plan in over a year. Too bad if it’s been discontinued, but businesses have priorities, of course.

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