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Posted on Do as I say not as I do AKA Don't do this at home

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#1 posted 08-04-2015 09:15 PM

I agree, I would not suggest free hand work on a TS to someone new to the tool and or trade. However the technique has great value when one is familiar with the tool from much time working with it. I saw carpenters using the technique on a daily basis when I was learning the trade. It requires accurate hand/eye coordination.

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