• Standard & Low Angle Block Plane Overview
    4:24

    Looking for buying advice on hand planes? This is for you, helping you determine if a standard angle or low angle block plane is best for you and your projects. Which is easier to push through the material? Which provides less chance of tear out? Which is best for cutting parallel to the grain? Across

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  • Paring Dovetail Joints with a Block Plane
    3:06

    On dovetail joints, it is common to have the pins and sockets and dovetails project past each other creating a not-so-perfect joint. George Vondriska shows you an effective way to make your dovetail joints look perfectly flush using a low angle block plane. By using the block plane you’ll be able to create clean, crisp

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  • Tools I Love: Radi-Plane
    2:01

    Instead of using a radius or chamfer bit on a router table, George Vondriska likes to use a tool called a Radi-Plane to smooth out the sharp edges of a ripped or jointed piece of wood. This simple tool allows you to quickly get rid of those ugly sharp points on a small piece that

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  • diy drawers
    9:23

    A drawer lock joint is a very strong joint and perfect for use on dresser drawers. George Vondriska shows a great way to create a drawer lock joint using a table saw in this DIY drawers video. He demonstrates the correct setup to create both the groove and tongues required for this useful joint. TIME

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  • Hand Planing
    4:31

    Putting a bevel on the ends of your boards is a great way to make the board look more delicate for your next woodworking project. George Vondriska takes you step-by-step through the process of creating an eye catching, hand planed bevel on his shelving project using a hand plane along with some elbow grease.

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  • Proper Handling of a Hand Plane
    1:35

    Get off on the right foot with your hand planing skills. Adam Peterson shows you how to hold and position the woodworking hand plane along with the the proper motion and pressure shifts to successfully joint an edge.

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  • Know Your Hand Planes
    2:54

    There are many different styles and shapes of hand planes, so it is important to know how to optimize your use of each type when completing your woodworking projects. Master woodworker George Vondriska discusses when to use a scrub plane, smooth plane, and block plane.

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