I was trying to cut some tenons overly tight (so I could demonstrate how to fettle the fit).
But I couldn't do it wrong!
It turned in to a bit of a Richard Rants...
It's an extract from out Hall Table Build.
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We're getting prepared to put out many new videos on YouTube over the coming months, but in the meantime we're launching our latest Premium video series, here's a quick taster.
A quick teaser for our first Premium Video Series. More details at the blog http://www.theenglishwoodworker.com
p.s the hand plane build is on it's way!
Let me know if you'd like more progress report type vids like this one.
I set the cap iron up many times a day as I need to keep my blade sharpened. Here's my quick and simple method. Give it a go, let me know what you think.
Following from the last video we now look at getting a cap iron prepped. This is the first of two parts, and the setting of the cap iron will be up on Sunday.
Cap irons and controlling tear out... what are your thoughts?
If you could have only one plane, which would it be? Today I discuss my choice and a few reasons for it.
In this rant I go through some of my thoughts when choosing and using bench planes. This is a topic I could talk about all week, so to stop me rambling on I'd love to hear any particular questions you have and I'll look at coming back to this in a future video.
The next rant. We had some technical difficulties with the sound so please excuse the crackle and a bit of chopping. I'm sure you'll forgive us.
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Watch the Part Two of our Wall Cupboard build. In this video we're cleaning up the carcase and fitting the face frame, shelf and the back.
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In today's video I take a closer look at cutting rebates for our cupboard project with some alternate 'back to basics' solutions.
Part One of our Wall Cupboard build.
A quick tip for making a guide for drilling square holes!
A method of securing your work without the use of a tail vice. Don't forget to pop over to the blog to read the write up www.TheEnglishWoodworker.com