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    ChadM
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    East Palestine, Ohio

    I watch quite a few woodworking videos on youtube – The Wood whisperer, woodwork web, and a couple others. I was browsing through youtube and started watching these Japanese woodworking videos and now I am addicted to them….

    Chad

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    #87867

    Have you tried the Woodworkers Guild of America with George Von Driska?

    http://www.wwgoa.com

    Fine Woodworking mag has a lot too.

    By the way, thanks for the link.

    #87869

    ChadM
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    East Palestine, Ohio

    Yeah, I watch their videos too. I have 11 different woodworking channels I am subscribed to on youtube.

    Chad

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    #88145

    parenos
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    Honesdale, PA

    Do they own power tools?

    #88193

    ChadM
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    East Palestine, Ohio

    Do they own power tools?

    I would assume so… I just like to watch traditional woodworking videos; watching him work on the floor like that really makes the design of the pull cut style of Japanese saws and planes.

    Chad

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    #88195

    kurt@welkerhomes.com
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    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Ilike that video. It is amazing to see how effortlessly they work the hand tools. I envy that ability to work without power tools.0

    #88966

    parenos
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    Honesdale, PA

    I wonder what kind of wood they use, it seems to cut easily

    #257043

    staker
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    I don’t think I could work on the floor would have a hard time getting up. It is amazing how they are not in a big rush, over here it’s all about quickness to save dollars.

    #257077

    Got to love using her leg as a clamp to hold work from moving.

    Always willing to learn .

    #257085

    cranbrook2
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    Belgrave, Ontario , Canada

    Steve Ramsey has some pretty good woodworking videos online .
    https://www.youtube.com/user/stevinmarin

    #257092

    Anonymous

    I don’t think I could work on the floor would have a hard time getting up. It is amazing how they are not in a big rush, over here it’s all about quickness to save dollars.

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    Now that’s some quality craftsmanship right there, Notice how she pulls the plane at an angle to get the slicing affect? She knows what she’s doing, But she talks funny

    #257104

    redwood
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    I know that Japan used to import a lot of redwood, which would be pretty easy to work with.

    Mark E.

    Pioneer, CA

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    #257217

    staker
    Pro

    And I think pulling is easier than pushing the planes, same with their saws.

    #257250

    ChadM
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    East Palestine, Ohio

    And I think pulling is easier than pushing the planes, same with their saws.

    I have Japanese style saws and a couple planes – cutting on a pull stroke is a lot easier than cutting on the push stroke. I imagine they developed that method because they do so much of their work on the floor – a push cut hand saw would be tough while sitting.

    Chad

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    #257267

    staker
    Pro

    I’ve been looking at the saws on lee valley and will get one soon, but i don’t think I ever seen a pull plane for sale. Where did you find yours Chad?

    #257271

    I commented on FOG a few days ago about a similar video being shown. These craftsman are unbelievable and it begs to show how a Pagoda in Japan, in a humid area, made of wood, can stand for over a THOUSAND years. Simply amazing.

    #257286

    I think that the first several years of an apprenticeship is spent sharpening until you get it perfect. They can do some amazing things with a few hand tools and the way they hold work. Cool stuff to watch.

    Orange County, CA

    #257320

    ChadM
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    East Palestine, Ohio

    I’ve been looking at the saws on lee valley and will get one soon, but i don’t think I ever seen a pull plane for sale. Where did you find yours Chad?

    Amazon has a decent selection, so do these guys: http://www.hidatool.com/woodworking/planes

    Chad

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    #257328

    crotalusco
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    west bend, wi

    jeesh guys now im going to spend the next few weeks watching videos

    #257333

    Only been for the last 6 months or so that I started to look at these videos. They are unreal. To be young enough and be able to be trained , what talent.

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