YouTube video tutorials showing how to setup an iron smoothing plane - the tutorial applies for any similar iron smoothing plane...
YouTube videos showing iron bench planes in use - the tutorial applies for any similar iron smoothing planes/bench planes...
At the beginning of the stroke the hand holding the front knob pushes down tightly in order to prevent 'dipping' at the rear end; this pressure is relieved as the stroke is being completed.
In this YouTube video by 'Mortise & Tenon Magazine', presenter Mike talks about and shows how to use a wooden smoothing plane.
In this YouTube video, Paul Sellers talks about the setting-up of the bench plane and sharpening the blade.
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