Woodworker's Guide to Handplanes
How to Choose, Set up, and Master the Most Useful Planes in Today's Workshop.
This essential reference outlines the important difference among all the major styles and explains the many nuances of each, from the standard Stanley-Bailey-Record planes and traditional wood-body planes, to the contemporary designs from Veritas, Lie-Nielsen, and Clifton. This book also details how any woodworker can make — and precisely tune — their own wood bodied planes along with the fixtures needed to maximize their performance.
316 pages, 300 original drawings, and 200 photos. including plans and instructions for making shooting boards, Japanese planes, and a full set of Western style planes. Fox-Chapel Publishing,
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