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  1. leif52pickup
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    3:10 I learned a great technique here.

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  2. BlueKingfisher
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I must remember that very valuable tip with the shavings in the plane throat to minimise lifting the grain on difficult areas. I have watched and read many many articles on such a topic, never come across it before. These are are tips only learned and passed down the generations within the craft. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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  3. V. Kelly Bellis
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Great series, very much appreciated – thank you! Close-in camera work outstanding – kudos to the photographer!!

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  4. Matt Evans-Koch
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Thank you again Paul for a wonderful video. The tricks with the plane throat, removing the rocker of the lid and setting the hinges were priceless.

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  5. Respects Wood
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Huge fan, I love all your videos! One suggestion: A camera hanging from the ceiling angled down and zoomed in on the workbench vice area would sometimes be very helpful, in my opinion. The three front-on cameras from our left/centre/right perspectives can capture quite a lot of the action but would often be complemented by a birds-eye type view.

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  6. Marc De Wilde
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I learned an awful lot in the last half hour.. ATB Marc – Belgium

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  7. Alex Hetherington
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Paul I cant find any way to contact you on your website so I'm trying here.I would just like to ask you for what you would recommend to me to learn about inlay with hand tools and marquetry. As I'm very interested to get into it ice learnt a bit and have started making a picture but I would like a good resource.If you could recommend something free or to pay for I would appreciate it thanks.

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  8. wich
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I’m always so impressed how easily you plane the end grain. Shows I still have a long way to go with my sharpening skills I guess…

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  9. Robert Wildgoose
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    When I was an apprentice I would have had a backhander for putting my plane blade side down

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  10. Brandon Taitano
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    "Cause it's not what we make but how we make that makes us creative crafts people."

    I'm making a sign of that for my workspace.

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  11. killertoast
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    "My mom always said: "It's a poor man that blames his tools"… "So I blame the screws instead" 😀 😀

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  12. Brano Zember
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    This is one of the main reasons why I watching videos from Mr. Sellers – how to deal with complications during work on project. This is reason why I never skipping forward his videos. And he was amazing as usual :). thank you.

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  13. Joni Karhu
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Iam curious that you choose to use stick method instead of plaining crooves for te tops bottom. I know you use plough plane too.

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  14. James Shackcloth
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Paul is crap

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  15. James Shackcloth
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    if any one wants to see a pure quality furniture maker .. check out rob cosman

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  16. James Shackcloth
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    bad hinge fitting … I would have been. sacked for that …

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  17. James Shackcloth
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Constant conversions between metric and imperial are annoying !
    For those that can use both at least >>>

    some how Americans think that the metric system is wrong !

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  18. Dave Kavanagh
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Cant wait for the next episode

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  19. Thomas Russell
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    "It doesn't need to look like a rat chewed it". Classic Paul, thank you sir for another quotable line.

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  20. Mike C
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I've never seen a square awl before. Can you explain what it's advantages are?

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  21. Crystal Soulslayer
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Lovely! I was wondering how on earth you were going to get that divider in. Seems so obvious now. Looking forward to getting my skills up to the point I can try this out… still in the "how on earth do I get full-width shavings??" stage. 🙂

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  22. Dale Heiligenthal
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Excellent information Paul. Thank You

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  23. Dad Shepherd
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Watching your videos with all your rich commentary as you are working through each project helps more than you'll ever know. Seeing you make little glitches and their corrections, gives me hope as a beginner wood worker at the age of 70. Thank you!!

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  24. Fusion Music - Steve Wright - Fife
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Evidence that wood rocks. Might also be enough evidence that Paul rocks too.

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  25. Trevor Hall
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    So good to watch a craftsman at the top of his trade and long may it continue

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  26. Bill Wheaton
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Paul, It has been a long time since I've seen slotted screws like that in hinge kits. Do you prefer them? If so, why?

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  27. Kenneth Nielsen
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    20ed.

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  28. Jörg Brieskorn
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Hey Paul, love your videos and the kind of presentation. The trick with the shavings, I have never seen anywhere. I have a question: What brand are the large router planes hanging on the shelves behind you?

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  29. Lewis Way
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    #6 x 1/2-Inch wood screws

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  30. Sandra Vukovic
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I admire the amount of love you have for the wood and for the process.

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  31. Who said that ?
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Paul thank you for inspiring me to keep working with hand tools . I live in Canada so when winter comes , working in my un heated garage isn’t very nice . So I turn my dinning room into my wood shop , the old lady was none to pleased about losing the dining room table but we never use it anyway lol . I have all the power tools but I keep going back to hand tools because of you and your teaching thanks again Paul have a great day

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  32. Nevermind
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Hahaha. 120 220 on clad mdf.

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  33. Uncle Bobby's Hobby
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    I've never seen spring clamps used that way. Clever. Does it eliminate or minimize sliding around as the clamp engages?

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  34. Chris B
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    When that lid held itself up just from the exact fit of the hinge plates in their recesses before screwing I cried…….because I could never achieve that in a million years.

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  35. Steve Bosun
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Hi Paul, you appeared to be struggling a bit with the slot headed screws and a traditional screwdriver. I've totally moved over to the multi-bit drivers. The slot head bits are concaved, giving a near parallel tip in the screw head.

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  36. danceanddreams1
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    i know you love your old tools, but try a wera srewdriver with lasertip, it will not slip. love your channel and your amazing skills and knowlege. i will never get close to your skills, because i would need a livetime but sometimes the small things matter. What i learned from you and use i all the time: making a knifeline and ride the finger along the edge for a fast and rough marking with a pencil. thank you

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  37. joseph duffy
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    calming and relaxing woodwork!

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  38. Christoph Bischko
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    The trick with the shavings in plane throat is very interesting same as the other bits knowledge where generations of craftspeople shine though (bit about hinges binding after years). I also appreciate the Latin etymology and never thought of aligning the screw's slit with the long edge. That level of care is heart warming.

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  39. Tom
    March 19, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

    Thank you for the fantastic videos mr Sellers.

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