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A Ruckus at Lie-Nielsen Event

There’s going to be a some unruliness at this year’s Lie-Nielsen show held at the Popular Woodworking Magazine shop on April 15th and 16th. I know this because I plan to cause the ruckus. Lie-Nielsen’s show is about hand tools – the company, as well as the other exhibitors at the show, make fantastic...

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Come to the Lie-Nielsen Show, Bring the Family

Coming from out of town for the Lie-Nielsen show on April 15th and 16th? Here’s a little helpful info (especially if you’re trying to convince your family to join you). The most conveniently located hotel to the Popular Woodworking Magazine shop is the Hannaford Suites – less than a mile away on the same...

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Lie-Nielsen Show in our Office: April 15-16

Forget tax day. Or better yet, we recommend you spend your hard-earned tax refund at the free April 15-16 Lie-Nielsen Toolworks show in our offices here in Cincinnati, Ohio. As usual, we pull out all the stops for this show. And by that, I mean yes, Megan has called to get Roy’s Taco Patrol...

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Endurance Test: Lie-Nielsen No. 4-1/2 Smoothing Plane

Heavy, precisely made and surprisingly easy to wield. By Christopher Schwarz Page: 29 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now Woodworkers tend to get obsessed with their smoothing planes. No other plane requires as much tuning and no other plane rewards its user with the same gossamer shavings. I have 10...

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Tool Test: Lie-Nielsen Convex-soled Plane Has Many Uses

By Christopher Schwarz Page: 24 From the August 2005 issue #149 Buy this issue now As my woodworking has evolved to encompass more curved and sculptural forms, including chair seats and the like, I’ve turned to tools with curved cutting surfaces, from rasps to travishers to specialty spokeshaves. But what I really needed was...