On today’s show, we’re talking about saw handle angles, traveling for wood, using a Stanley #6 as a jointer plane, the Hock Block Plane Kit, and an HVLP-applied finish for a crib.
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Poll of the Week
Bob in San Diego wants to know if there are handles available at different angles for Western style saws.
Brian wants to know if a #6 bench plane can be used as a jointer plane.
So and So wants to know if the Hock Block Plane Kit is a good plane for a new woodworker.
Michael wants to know what kind of finish we recommend for finishing a mahogany crib via HVLP.
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