Monthly Archives: March 2010

“Because I know how to sharpen.”

“…a dull blade is a good thing because it means two things. 1. You are working the wood and not just fondling the forgings. 2. You get to sharpen it, which makes you a better sharpener.” This from The Schwarz’s … Continue reading

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The Turn of the Skew

It is common knowledge that skewing a plane reduces the blade’s effective angle of attack in relationship to the wood. If that’s not common knowledge for you, think about it this way, if you walk straight up a ramp, you … Continue reading

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