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What You Will Learn: Tuning: Flattening and fine tuning the castings and various components that make up any plane Setting up a cutting gauge and if necessary upgrading the blade Sharpening: Grinding bevels using bench grinder and whetstone grinder Grinding / honing angles Flattening bench stones Honing techniques with bench stones – freehand and using honing guides Techniques for sharpening shaped blades e.g. carving chisels, moulding planes Sharpening a cabinet scraper The tools covered on this course will include the following: Bench plane – The No.05 or No.05½ ‘Jack Plane’ is probably the most useful. This plane will be your main workhorse, which despite its size, when tuned will be able to undertake remarkably fine work. Block plane – Useful for end grain and very delicate work. Shoulder Plane – Designed, not surprisingly, for trimming shoulders, but also very useful for trimming rebates and cutting mouldings by hand.