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Rww 67 Wia Cherubini Joinery Planes

Rww 67 Wia Cherubini Joinery Planes

ORIGINALLY RECORDED 10/14/2009. My thoughts and synopsis of Adam Cherubini's presentation on 18th century joinery planes at Woodworking in America 2009...

Prepare To Build A Laminated Wooden Hand Plane

Prepare To Build A Laminated Wooden Hand Plane

I'm all set to start my wooden plane build and so this is a quick chat to get you up to date and discuss what you'll need for the build. The plane will be a Jack and as I'm going for a traditional design I'm using a standard bench plane iron, to fit a Stanley No. 4 or 5. I've gone for a blade with c...

Using A Traditional Cast Iron Wood Hand Plane

Using A Traditional Cast Iron Wood Hand Plane

A demonstration on how to produce perfectly square edges on a door using a traditional cast iron wood planer...

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Oak Edge

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Oak Edge

Taking Adam Cherubini's challenge to try using old wooden planes. Here using a wooden jointer to joint the edge of a piece of oak, practicing increasing and decreasing the thickness of the shavings. For more information, go to...

Thicknessing With Handplanes

Thicknessing With Handplanes

Thicknessing a wallnut board with wooden planes, removing 6mm of wood. First a German scrubplane. Then a foreplane and finally a long jointer. The planes have a decreasing amount of camber in the blade. The scrub's edge is almost round, the jointer has a visible camber and the jointer is almost stra...

Wood Planes Project

Wood Planes Project

Paul Akers makes a display board for his wood planes collection. Paul uses a ton of FastCap's products for this project: Smart Cleat, PowerHead screws, Laserjamb, AB2 Laser, ProCarpenter Standard Story Pole Tape Measure, FatBoy Pencil, PowerMags, ProHold Magnetic Wrist Strap, Taper Lock, Deflector, ...

Flattening The Sole Of A Wooden Hand Plane With Phil Edwards

Flattening The Sole Of A Wooden Hand Plane With Phil Edwards

In this quick tip from master wooden hand plane maker, Phil Edwards, we learn how to keep the sole of a wooden hand plane flat. This video was filmed in Dorset, England at Phil's woodworking workshop...

Episode #33: The Wooden Square

Episode #33: The Wooden Square

This episode originally aired on February 20, 2011.I've been using wooden squares for several years now, and I really like them. There have been several articles on making them in Popular woodworking in the last few years, one by Adam Cherubini and one by Chris Schwarz. The two articles were about s...

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Oak Face

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Oak Face

Taking Adam Cherubini's challenge to try using old wooden planes. Here using three wooden planes to reduce the thickness of a piece of oak by 1/8". For more information, go to...

Adam Cherubini Stock Prep With Wooden Hand Planes

Adam Cherubini Stock Prep With Wooden Hand Planes

Adam Cherubini giving a demonstration on how to prepare stock with wooden planes at the Philadelphia Furniture Workshop Open House in January of '09...

340 Using Western Chisels At Woodworking In America

340 Using Western Chisels At Woodworking In America

* Originally posted December 18, 2008* While at the Woodworking in America conference I had a chance to attend a couple of great classes on using Western style chisels for more than chopping and first class was taught by Adam Cherubini the author of the Arts & Mysteries column and blog at Popula...

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Syp Face

Taking Adam Cherubini's Challenge: Syp Face

Taking Adam Cherubini's challenge to try using old wooden planes. Here using three wooden planes to reduce the thickness of a piece of southern yellow pine by 1/8". For more information, go to...