How To Cut Better Dovetails With Shopmade Tools
How to cut better dovetails with shopmade tools is article about Joinery bookmarked by jason with ID 12836454890 was uploaded on 31-01-2019 and has been viewed 153,297 times.
Synopsis: 'One size fits all' hand tools didn't offer the precision and control Clark Kellogg needed to lay out and cut dovetails to his own satisfaction, so he made a set of chisels and a dovetail marker of his own.
The dovetail marker enables him to lay out angled and straight lines without moving it, and there are five chisels in his dovetail kit, a 1/16-in.-wide chisel to remove waste between tails, a 3/4-in.-wide chisel for paring pins and tails, a pair of skew chisels, and a detail chisel that's triangular in cross-section.
Learn how to make each of these tools and bring your dovetails to a new level...