Best Oak Money Can't Buy
Learn how to produce stock for joinery projects.
The Best Oak Money Can't Buy
by Peter Follansbee
Learn how to produce stock for joinery projects. Peter Follansbee will guide you through looking for wood that is dead-straight, and free of branches, knots, and other deformities. The better you know the wood when it gets to your bench for a project the better you will be at making decisions. With Peter Follansbee's process, you will get to know your stock better than ever.
Enjoy detailed instructions on:
- Cross cutting the wood
- Starting the Split
- Splitting into Boards: Froe & Riving Brake
- Getting Ready to Plane
- Jointer Plane
- Smoothing Plane
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