Author, teacher, master furnituremaker, and professed hand-tool junkie, Tim Peters shows you which one you need, how to use them correctly, and how to keep them sharp. Whether you use them for chopping mortises, paring tenons, cutting dovetails, carving reliefs, or shaping table and chair legs, in this article Tim focuses on getting the most from the most common furniture-making chisels.
Featured in the March 2010 issue of WOOD.
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