Spoken Wood Podcast No. 203

June 7, 2012

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Bob Rozaieski for the Logan Cabinet Shoppe blog. It’s titled “A Router Would Do That Much Faster” and was originally posted March 19, 2011.

To find more great posts like today’s written by Bob visit his website Logan Cabinet Shoppe at logancabinetshoppe.com/blog.

While you’re visiting, checkout Bob’s podcast “Hand Tools and Techniques” and also his handsaw sharpening services.

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  1. Jay says:

    I’m still amazed at what the old WWers did with a chisel or hand plane blade even though it wasn’t sharpened to 32,000 grit, a super thick Hock blade, sharpened to an exact 25 degrees with a 2 degree microbevel or forged of the latest alloy of steel. Putting a keen enough yet durable edge on the tool, reading the grain, considering the angle of attack and force required allowed them to make cuts that would kick my tail. Thanks for this Podcast Bob and for posting it Matt!

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