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BenDupre

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#1 posted 05-02-2017 05:12 AM



Sharp sharp sharp. If you can pare pine you should be able to pare just about anything. Cherry and maple are nice. No problem. I like practicing cutting to left and right of a line on scraps. That way you ll get a lot more work in figuring out how to saw right on the line as opposed to spending a bunch of time marking up dovetails. Just my opinion. Worked great for me.

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My chisels are sharp but my technique is not. I am learning. Sharpening i think i have down.

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