Woodworking is a great hobby, but there’s definitely a learning curve to it that is often intimidated to many who want to try it out. Today, we are talking to two expert woodworkers who will let us know their thoughts on different tools. Rich can testify that it is his naivete that led him to believe that, when it comes to planes, skew and should cannot complement each other. If you try to do some serious work that requires both, you will see the difference that these tools bring to the table.
- Both round and square dog holes can be found on benches, is one preferable?
- My panel saw wobbles; could this be an indicator of bad sawing technique?
- Could a combination of epoxy and MDF be used to fill a slight concavity on the top of a work bench?
“Perhaps naively, I believe the skew plane obviates the need for a shoulder plane.”