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Edge joining without power tools

I thought this was a cool technique.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=UjiFyurXxUE

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Pretty slick, thx for sharing

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I don't get the draw knife then hand plane. But I didn't have any volume.

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I don't get the draw knife then hand plane. But I didn't have any volume.
He uses the drawknife to 'bevel' the edge down to his mark on each side.
This creates a reference line that he planes down to.

watch again and turn up the volume.....

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He uses the drawknife to 'bevel' the edge down to his mark on each side.
This creates a reference line that he planes down to.

watch again and turn up the volume.....
I think the video would have been better if he showed the planed edge against a straight reference edge. But, the technique is good. What makes planing more accurate for straight and square would be to set up a shooting board.
http://www.inthewoodshop.com/ShopMad...%20Board4.html
http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/w...ingboards.html
http://www.evenfallstudios.com/woodw...nfall-studios/








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