After the terraced rhombus was formed, it was time to start coving. The required radius for the coves, as dictated from the original handle was 1”. But, since the only round plane I have produces a cove of about 1-1/2”, I had to also rely on gouges, a 1” reduced scraper and a sandpaper wrapped around a rubber form. I began shaving the corners of the terraces with my round […]
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