Here it is folks, the long awaited video of building a chisel plane out of scraps in the workshop. This is part 1 of a 2 part series and in today's episode we're covering the building of the jig that'll hold the body of the plane as we cut it on the tablesaw. The bed of the plane is cut at 20 degrees and extends all the way to the toe.The original plans for the chisel plane came from an article at FWW in issue #148, author is Norm Pollack.Comments, questions, schwag entries - firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at 231 354-2338
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