STL177: Pekovich's Primitive Projects

Question 1: From Matt: I have 3 questions about getting into kumiko: 1.) What (Japanese) chisel would you recommend starting with? Hida Tool - HidaTool.com Iida Tool - JapanTool-Iida.com 2.) What online/printed resources would you recommend? Spice up your work with kumiko by Michael Pekovich #259–Jan/Feb 2017 Issue Mike Farrington's Kumiko work on YouTube John Reed Fox on Roy Underhill's Woodwright's Shop 3.) Any thoughts on preparing the strips without a tablesaw or drum sander? Question 2: From Martti: What is it in your preferred kumiko construction that ensures trouble-free cleanup over time for quite some years and decades? Segment: All Time Favorite Technique Ben - Loading magnets into a brass tube in order to keep the polarity correct K and J Magnetics Mike - Sharpening a chisel to 20º-25º for paring end-grain on pine Question 3: From Al: I am having some trouble laying out the pins and tales on the Wenge in the more traditional way, unlike  what Mike shows. Wenge is extremely hard and not at all forgiving and the grain tends to be a problem in scribing the wood. Perhaps this is why he choose to do this with the table saw and router methods.  Where can you get the table saw blade and the router bit to do it like Mike. Mike building his tea box on PBS Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answers questions from readers on Shop Talk Live, Fine Woodworking‘s biweekly podcast. Send your woodworking questions to shoptalk@taunton.com for consideration in the regular broadcast! Our continued existence relies upon listener support. So if you enjoy the show, be sure to leave us a five-star rating and maybe even a nice comment on our iTunes page.

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