Moulding planes are the historical methods used by centuries of craftsmen to create beautiful mouldings in a quiet, dust-free shop. Pick the profile you’d like on your project and with one, or a few well-tuned moulding planes you’ll have the profile complete in a few passes. You’ll learn:
- Moulding plane anatomy and how to choose and buy the best
- The differences between dedicated moulding planes, hollows and rounds, beaders, scratch stocks and cleanup planes
- How to refurbish a moulding plane, from blade to wedge—and even how to replace damaged boxing
- The steps to lay out and create an ovolo and ogee profile, and more!
About the Host
Bill Anderson builds period furniture and teaches woodworking classes focusing on hand-tool woodworking skills. He is a member of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers, Mid-West Tool Collectors Association and Early American Industries Association. Bill is well-known for his teaching ability and passion for simplifying traditional woodworking for beginners.