Monthly Archives: June 2015

Make a Krenov-style Wooden Plane

It was James Krenov’s love of planes, much like the one in the photo above, that pulled me into the wonderful world of woodworking tools back in 1982. He waxed poetic in his books about the joys of using a … Continue reading

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That’s a Lot of Pianos!

Steinway and Sons recently unveiled their 600,000th piano, designed by Frank Pollaro: Named “The Fibonacci,” the piano‚Äôs veneer features the iconic Fibonacci spiral made entirely from six individual logs of Macassar Ebony, creating a fluid design that represents the geometric … Continue reading

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A Quick Path to a Fresh Edge

My friend and fellow t00l-maker Rob Hanson of Evenfall Studios has developed what may be the ultimate Scary Sharp workstation: the Magstrop Four. He’s designed a 15″ x 15″ bench hook with four abrasive platens that are held down by … Continue reading

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