PART 8 OF “BUILD A DOVETAIL DESK WITH WOODWORKING HAND TOOLS”
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In part 8 of this series of videos, I show a trick for flattening and squaring the desk apron’s tenons with a router plane and a shoulder plane. This trick ensures that your tenon is the precise thickness to fit into the leg mortises:
Click here to go back to part 1, if you want to follow me as I build a historic hinged-top desk for my sons. Below you’ll find photos and the list of tools that I used to build this desk.
WOODWORKING HAND TOOLS THAT I USED:
Even though I have a helpful hand tool buying guide (here), I’m still often asked for a list of and links to the tools that I use in my videos, so here is a list of tools that I used in this series of video on desk building (I also included tools that I used in construction that wasn’t in the video):
MARKING & MEASURING:
MALLETS & HAMMERS: