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Robert Giovannetti , aka The Tattooed Woodworker , has just posted a lengthy and insightful interview with Thomas Lie-Nielsen, the founder of Lie-Nielsen Toolworks. I’ve known Thomas for a long time and I learned quite a few things from the article.

You’ll get answers to these interesting questions:

1. Why the company stopped making the No. 9 miter plane in bronze.
2. What are the new tools on the immediate horizon for the company.
3. Which tool in his line-up is “the most underrated.”

Check it out here. It’s a good read.

– Christopher Schwarz

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