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This scrapwood jig helps you sharpen plane irons accurately and quickly. To build it, bevel the ends of two scrap boards (one about 3" thick, 4" wide and 8" long, and the other about 3⁄4×3×8" as shown) to match the bevel angle of the plane iron. Leave the smaller board about 1⁄8" forward of the other to create a fence to square the iron against; then glue the two boards together.
Bent Wood Lamination Basics 10 tips for making strong, graceful curves that add a new dimension to your woodworking. By Dave Munkittrick Is your woodworking ready to break free of the box? Check out bent laminations. You’ll find a whole new world of possi
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