Re: [MedievalSawdust] antiquities and making it look older
>Have you looked at the book by Leonard Lee on sharpening?No, I haven't felt the need; never had much trouble getting things
sharp. But I'm seeing a lot of references to it and beginning to
understand there's more to it than just how to sharpen. Maybe I'll look
for a cheap used copy.
> He goes into someYes, and there's also a difference in the way they are used, which ought to
>detail on the types of wood failure/cutting from chisels, planes & scrapers
>- type 1 & type 2 as they are referred to. At the microscopic level I think
>the surface difference is mainly due to the cutting angle of the blade &
>wether there is a 'mouth' opening to confine the shaving.
leave traces in the wood.
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