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#1 posted 01-13-2019 12:54 AM

Eflander, do you have a recommendation on what to buy to sharpen them? I have not put them to wood yet, but I assume they will need work. I’d at least want to look into it. I went for planers specifically because I sanded for what felt like hours getting something flat. My first piece is taking three old soda crates and making them into a buffet with the crates being drawers. I was cutting the crate inserts with a circular saw and they needed some work to clean up. That should be fixed with my table saw not, but the hand planer would have been useful, time saving and more accurate. Shouldn’t be a difficult project, but good for me to work out ideas, do some pocket joinery and hopefully have a functional piece with some antique displays.


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