Tag: Ron Hock

482 Building a Hock smoothing plane kit pt 2

April 1, 20124 Comments

On today’s episode we wrap up the construction of the Hock Smoothing Plane Kit from Hock Tools. Last week we assembled the pieces, glued it all up and set it aside to dry in the clamps. Today we start the work to make it a fully functioning hand plane. I’ll walk you through one method […]

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476 Which shoulder plane?

February 5, 20123 Comments

Today’s episode is the first of a series answering many of the questions and topic suggestions you the audience have sent me over the last 6 years. I frequently get questions regarding choosing tools, stock, projects and great feedback on things we’ve already covered. Unfortunately I haven’t had a chance, all that often, to take […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 165

November 10, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode is something new and hopefully the first of many to come. Rather than reading a blog post from one of the many fantastic woodworking related weblogs on the internet, we instead have an excerpt from Ron Hock’s “The Perfect Edge – Sharpening for Woodworkers” recorded by Ron himself. If you don’t have a […]

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466 WIA 2011 marketplace visit

October 10, 20113 Comments

Regardless of how many times I’ve been to Woodworking in America the one place that gets all my attention, and apparently that of the vast majority of show visiters, is the Marketplace. Where else will you find some of the most unique tool makers in the woodworking world all under one roof? Not only can […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 143

July 28, 20112 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Ron Hock of The Sharpening Blog. It’s titled “Steel History Side Bar from The Perfect Edge” and was originally posted June 3, 2011. To read more great posts like today’s, visit Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 135

June 16, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Ron Hock for his weblog “…the sharpening blog…”. It’s titled “Woodworking in the Dark” and was originally posted April 7, 2011. To find more great posts like today’s visit Ron’s weblog at hocktools.wordpress.com. To read more great posts like today’s, visit Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com. Click […]

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Follow Up To Hock Plane Kit

May 24, 20110 Comments

After I posted my Hock Shoulder Planevideo last week I started to hear from a few people about their own experiences with the Krenov Style Smoother kits. Check out DIYourfaceoff – www.diyourfaceoff.com. This article details the construction of the Krenov Style Smoother using only the plans and a blade kit, available through Hock Tools and […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 126

May 17, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Ron Hock of the “Sharpening Blog” . It’s titled “Crowning Achievements” and was originally posted April 20, 2010. To read more great posts like today’s, visit Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No.117

April 7, 20110 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Ron Hock of The Sharpening Blog. It’s titled “Keep ’em on the Road! (or Bench)” and was originally posted December 14, 2010. To read more great posts like today’s, visit Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 106

February 22, 20111 Comment

Today’s episode was written and recorded for us by Ron Hock of the “Sharpening Blog”. It’s titled “Bob Baker, 1954-2010, a Big Fish (in this small pond)”, originally posted July 15, 2010. To read more great posts like today’s, visit Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog […]

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